We do a pretty shoddy job at washing our hands after using the restroom.
That's the finding of a recent study in the Journal of Environmental Healt...
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The field of medicine has understood the importance of hand washing for almost 200 years. The fact that you need signs, though, suggests that not everyone is washing their hands all the time. What kinds of signs are likely to be most effective?
Is it possible that health workers might be more motivated by messages that emphasize patients' welfare rather than their own?
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