Spring is in the air (finally!), but that doesn’t mean you still can’t catch a cold. We all know that the best way to prevent the spread of germs is by frequently washing our hands, but a quick rinse under the faucet doesn’t cut it.

Germs can be found on doorknobs, handles, on those subway polls, metro card machines, computers, smartphones and pretty much anything else you touch. Plus only one in three adults actually wash their hands after coughing or sneezing!

Here is the right way to wash your hands, with other hand washing basics and health info courtesy of Ghergich & Co, and Quill.

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Hand Washing Basics

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