wash your hands



Washing your hands often may prevent spreading diseases. When should you wash your hands? According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control):

Before, during, and after preparing food

Before eating food

Before and after caring for someone who is sick

Before and after treating a cut or wound

After using the toilet

After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet

After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing

After touching an animal, animal feed, or animal waste

After handling pet food or pet treats

After touching garbage


So, you pretty much have to wash your hands like 10-20 times day.

I think the CDC left off some other times when you should wash your hands. I would add:

After shaking hands with someone. "Hi, nice to meet you. Excuse me, I have to go wash off the germs you just infected me with."

Before, during and after sex

Before and after using your TV remote control

Before and after typing on a computer keyboard

Before, during and after using your dirty, filthy cell phone

AFTER washing your hands, because the faucet was full of germs when you touched it

After touching money. Unless you have a lot of it.

After voting for any politician






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