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French Separatists Fail To Wash Hands

An outbreak of nasty stomach flu is afflicting Quebec.

From anecdotal accounts I’ve heard, a nasty stomach flu has also been in Houston.

One way the stomach flu is spread is when people fail to wash their hands. 

This is disturbing to me in many respects.

Please wash your hands as often as possible. 

January 13, 2007 - Posted by | Please Wash Your Hands


  1. Handwashing is the most preventive thing that restaurant owners can do to protect the public. The lazy dirty public however has no interest in protecting each other. Its amazing that the food born illness cases are not greater than they are. Almost all cases are related to hand washing and food holding tempatures. I agree Neil that clean hands would solve many issues with health in our nation.

    Comment by bill brady | January 13, 2007

  2. I am not surprised. I have personally watched several of the men who work across the hall from me not wash their hands, even after #2! A coworker and I finally taped a CDC report on washing your hands on the mirror. It didn’t last long. Granted its an office setting, but still!

    And I got the nasty stomach flu at Thanksgiving. Lasted a week and I lost 10 lbs.

    Comment by John | January 15, 2007

  3. When someone doesn’t wash their hands after taking a leak, is it a social responsibility to ask the individual to wash his hands?

    If he refuses, does it then become our responsibility to inform the rest of the world about this (for their sake of course)?

    Comment by Laz | January 19, 2007

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