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Is washing hands one time enough to get rid of viruses?

A: if you mean once a day then no, if you mean before preparing something or after doing something then yes, you should wash your hands with soap and water with running warm / hot water between fingers and all areas around hands and wrists even to elbows if convenient to do so not forgetting fingernails Not less than 3 times.. yes. I find that if i get any type of illness, be it cancer or a common cold washing my hands immediately cures me. Its worked for 12 years. I had an std a while ago and i just washed my hands of it... literally. :D No. Many types of virus and bacteria will not be phased by soap and water. They can...


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washing hands? How to deal with taps, doors, towels?

A: Most people reading your question will have no idea what Norovirus is and how it is contracted and dealt with. I have below attempted to answer your question as well as educate readers to what Norovirus is and how to deal with it. What are noroviruses? Noroviruses are a group of viruses that are the most common cause of gastroenteritis (stomach bugs) in England and Wales. In the past, noroviruses have also been called "winter vomiting viruses", "small round structured viruses" or "Norwalk-like viruses". How does norovirus spread? The virus is easily transmitted from one person to another. It can be transmitted by contact with an infected person; by consuming contaminated food or water or by contact with contaminated surfaces or objects. What are the...


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How do you wash hands after handling jalapeno and hot red peppers?

A: Although hot peppers were not always an integral part of many cuisines, today, the regular ingredients of our kitchen have also undergone a major change to become more global. Hot peppers are famous for adding that extra kick to many dishes, and a lot of people prefer to add these spicy peppers to their food. There are a variety of peppers from all over the world present at your local grocery shops, and it is very difficult to stop yourself from trying out the new flavors. All peppers are of different colors, shapes, and sizes; however, they all have one thing in common—heat index. A pepper is hot and can burn your skin when you begin to work with them. This heat of each pepper is measured by what is known as the heat index. Jalapenos or red peppers, whether they are fresh or...


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How to wash hands in order to be lead-free?

A: Why are you worried about lead poisoning from using a computer? Computer use is not a common cause of (or even an item included in questionnaires to identify) lead poisoning. The most common causes of lead poisoning include: * Exposure to chipping paint in homes or other buildings constructed before 1978 * Use of leaded crystal, old pottery, old porcelein, or cans to eat acidic foods or drinks (like tomato sauce or fruit juice) * Hobbies that involve the use of lead, such as making fishing weights, making stained glass, glazing pottery, or working on cars * Living near factories * Having lead water pipes in your home, particularly without using a filtering system The lead that is contained in a computer isn''t something that will touch your hands. There is...


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Which is more effective - using instant hand sanitizer or washing hands with soap and water?

A: The most effective method of hand washing is to wash with an anti-bacterial agent (soap), clean water and SCRUB. Scrubbing is the added component that hand sanitizers do not offer. However, and this is important, hand sanitizers are used in most health care facilities and are an effective deterrant to transmitting bacteria and viruses. Gerry Lane Hand washing with an antibacterial soap is the most effective way to get rid of viruses and bacteria. For example hand washing gets rid of C. Diff spores that hand sanitizers leave behind. However, if washing your hands is not an option, using a hand sanitizer is OK....


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Does washing hands remove bacteria?

A: On One Hand: washing hands Removes BacteriaAccording to the Mayo Clinic, ''washing your hands frequently can help limit the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other microbes.'' Preventing the spread of germs by washing your hands can help you keep yourself and others healthy and safe. Soap and water offers the most effective way to wash your hands, although alcohol-based cleansers can also kill germs....


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Why Do We wash hands Before Meals?

A: From a hygienic perspective, washing hands before eating anything is a very healthy habit.  For one reason, it ensures the prevention of infections to the maximum limit.  The atmosphere that we breathe in and the world that we live in is full of germs.  A large percentage of those germs are micro-organisms, which could not be viewed by the naked eye.   washing hands is an ideal way of removing your germs as much as one could, especially before eating something.  Because food (any type of it) is an ideal venture for these organisms to breed and reproduce.  For pathogenic (disease producing) germs, this is a wonderful opportunity to...
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Etg/ets testing & washing hands in gas containing ethanol

A: I do not know yet. I''m assuming this was a urine test? Your counselor is badly mistaken. Any exposure to ethanol, including dermal exposure, can lead to a positive EtG. While you were washing parts you were furthermore inhaling fumes that contained ethanol, another route proven to create EtG. It is now well established that EtG is not proof of alcohol consumption and can result from incidental exposure to thousands of environmental sources. It really isn''t possible to determine the level of EtG that could be present, too many variables involved. Hand Gel (ethanol based), has been shown to register as high as 770 ng/ml. Well above the cutoff of most tests. Of course hand gel is usually above 60% ethanol while the gasoline would be around 10-15%. Following is a...


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How to wash hands to remove alcohol sanitiser?

A: Don''t take any chances. Head to an AA meeting right away. You want to be on top of this situation before it gets out of hand. Whatever you do, don''t suck on your shirt. Step 1: Don''t use hand sanitizer. Step 2: Use soap and water. You will not get intoxicated from it getting on your skin. take soap wash hands. you would have to bath in alcohol before you MIGHT feel something physically...


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How can the flu be washed off by washing hands?

A: Swine flu virus is disinfected from the hand by cleaning the hand by soap. This ensures the protection from the virus on the hands. Anyways the virus in also present in the environment in the particles which has been sneezed by any infected person, which increase the risk....


 
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