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How To Stay Relatively Germ-Free In A Public Restroom

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Some people think it's possible to catch an STD from a toilet seat, when in fact, that's generally not the case. But according to Mother Nature Network, that doesn't means public restrooms are operating-room level hygienic! To avoid picking up any more germs than absolutely necessary, it starts with picking the correct stall. Since studies show people generally go for the middle ones, pick one on either end of the row. Do your best to avoid touching the sink, the door handle, and the floor.

Added on the 29/04/2019 11:14:19 - Copyright : Wochit

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