Good handwashing is the first line of defense against the spread of many illnesses from common cold to more serious infections, such as meningitis, bronchiolitis, the flu, hepatitis A, and most types of infectious diarrhea.
Teaching kids about handwashing is not just important to keep them healthier in childhood... but all through life. It is our duty to promote the effective and deceptively simple skill of handwashing.
World Health Organization (WHO) shares the approved way of handwashing. Spending around 40-60 seconds for handwashing may drive the germs away. Follow these 10 simple steps.
Learning the proper way to wash hands is an essential part of every young child’s education. It is also vital to public health, since unwashed hands can pass along germs to others, spreading contagious illnesses such as the common cold and influenza.
"It's fun to wash your hands And I know you understand So we washy washy clean, scrub scrub" Let your child learn handwashing with this simple jingle!
Should you wash your hands with a hand sanitizer or soap and water? Antibacterial hand sanitizers are marketed to the public as an effective way to wash one's hands when traditional soap and water are not available.
Our hands come in direct contact with all types of substances in our environment. It is very easy for germs that we touch in our environment to gain entry into our body via the hands. Every time you bring your hand to your mouth and nose, you may ...