In my Microbiology course, students not only learn about the different kinds of germs (including viruses, bacteria, fungi, algae, and protozoa), they also learn how germs spread.
Surveys have shown that while 92% of Americans believe that hand-washing after using the bathroom is important, only 66% of respondents admit to actually doing so. Even people who do wash their hands may not do so effectively. How about you? How well do you wash your hands? This kit from Home Science Tools is one of my favorites to investigate just how good people are at washing their hands.
This mini kit contains a 2-ounce bottle of Glo Germ gel (sufficient for 20-25 applications), a disposable ultra-violet keychain light, and an informative training manual.
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