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Are you washing and drying your hands wrong?



article de presse May 2017 ; 5 pages
Aut. Claudia Hammond
Ed.
BBC - London
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Abstract:
Hot water or cold? Soap or handwash? Towels or hot air dryers? The post-bathroom ritual is a vital task – but is there a best way to do it?
Now wash your hands! It sounds straightforward, but it isn’t. Although there’s plenty of evidence that washing your hands after you’ve been to the loo, before eating, or after travelling on public transport can reduce the spread of disease, only 5% of people wash their hands properly all the time.
An observational study of more than 3,000 people found 10% left public toilets without washing them at all and even if they did, 33% didn’t use soap...

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lavage des mains, savon (DT) (OP)

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