Hands. They’re one of the most important parts of your body when it comes to doing day-to-day activities. We need them to eat, to write, to take out the trash and to type on our precious electronic devices.
The handshake is a standard gesture when we say hello, goodbye, make an agreement, and it is an important way for many of us to communicate non-verbally.
Our hands are natural breeding ground for germs. Nearly 80% of infections are spread by hands, hence, practicing good hand washing techniques...
Did you know that a simple hand hygiene practice is the basic way to reduce your risk of contamination. Find out how.
Global Handwashing Day is celebrated annually on October 15 Founded by the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing, the global annual day is to remind individuals to cultivate proper and adequate handwashing habits.
Hand hygiene is fundamental to minimising the spread of bacteria and infectious diseases, such as the common cold and influenza.