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Is Your Job Making You Sick? #1

The faucet handle has more germs than nearly any other surface at work
G. McIntyre

Faucet Handles

After you wash your hands, be sure to wash your hands.

Turns out the faucet handle on the sink in the break room is probably the germiest surface you’ll encounter at work. 75% of faucet handles sampled contained bacteria that could make you sick.

Experts say regular hand washing with soap and warm water is one of the best ways to protect yourself from the common cold.

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