According to the U.S Centers for Disease control and prevention (CDC), hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent spread of infectious diseases.
Now the question is when you should wash your hands?. Hand washing is a simple habit that can help keep you healthy.
Always wash your hands:
- After using the toilet
- After touching animals or animal waste
- After changing a diaper — wash the diaper-wearer’s hands, too
- Before eating
- After blowing your nose
- After coughing or sneezing into your hands
- Before and after treating wounds or cuts
- Before and after touching a sick or injured person
- After handling garbageAfter using public restrooms