To Wash, or Not to Wash. That is the Question.

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To Wash, or Not to Wash. That is the Question.

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Why should you wash your hands?

Washing your hands is the best way to stop germs from spreading.

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Common ways germs are spread.

Nose, mouth, or eyes to hands to others.

Hands to

food.

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Common ways germs are spread.

Food to hands to food.

Infected

person to

hands to other

people.

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Common ways germs are spread.

Animals to people.

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Hidden Germs

More bacteria on your body than people U.S.

21,000 germs per square inch on work desks.

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Hidden Germs

229,000 germs per square inch on faucet handles.

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Hidden Germs

Kitchen Sink.

Sponge.

Dishcloth.

Keyboards.

Doorknobs.

Light Switches.

Pens, pencils, crayons.

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How Some Diseases Are Spread

Fecal-oral Transmission.

Salmonella, Shigellosis, Cholera.

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How Some Diseases Are Spread

Indirect contact with respiratory secretions.

Influenza, Strep diseases, Colds.

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How Some Diseases Are Spread

When hands are contaminated with urine, saliva, etc.

Typhoid, staph diseases, mononucleosis.

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Washing Your Hands

When do you wash your hands?

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Washing Your Hands

Coughing or blowing nose.

Eating and cooking.

Going to the bathroom.

Playing with animals.

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Washing Your Hands

Playing or working outside.

Touching sores or infected areas.

Handling raw meat.

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Washing Your Hands

Must have:

Soap

Warm water

Friction

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Washing Your Hands

Steps for washing hands:

Wet hands with warm water.

Add soap.

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Washing Your Hands

Steps for washing hands:

Rub hands for 20 seconds.

Wash

all

surfaces.

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Washing Your Hands

Steps for washing hands:

Rinse.

Dry your hands.

Keep fingers pointing down.

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Washing Your Hands

Steps for washing hands:

Hold towel – turn off faucet and open door.

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