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Staying Healthy by Washing Your Hands

article , audio Jun 2007 ; Durée: 4 min.
Ed. VOA - Washington
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Experts have found that greater use of soap and water could save a million lives a year by reducing the spread of infections.
The World Bank, the United Nations and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine did a study to urge hand washing around the world. They found that one million lives could be saved each year if people washed their hands with soap often. They said that programs to increase hand washing with soap could be among the most effective ways to reduce infectious disease.
Doctors say many diseases can be prevented from spreading by hand washing. These include pinworms, influenza, the common cold, hepatitis A, meningitis and infectious diarrhea...

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