Germs are everywhere. If you wash your hands correctly, though, you can get that yuck off and thus reduce your risk of intestinal illness by 40 percent. So add 20 seconds to your time at the sink and scrub away.
Germs are everywhere. If you wash your hands correctly, though, you can get that yuck off and thus reduce your risk of intestinal illness by 40 percent. So add 20 seconds to your time at the sink and scrub away. G.J. McCarthy TNS
Germs are everywhere. If you wash your hands correctly, though, you can get that yuck off and thus reduce your risk of intestinal illness by 40 percent. So add 20 seconds to your time at the sink and scrub away. G.J. McCarthy TNS

What’s germier than a toilet seat? Plenty, so wash your hands, please

January 30, 2017 05:19 PM

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