Jason Howland: Most of us are not mindful we are accomplishing it.
We contact our facial area in between three to thirty times an hour.
The challenge, states Dr. Gregory Poland, is what we contact beforehand is normally riddled with germs.
Gregory Poland, M.D., Vaccine Analysis Team Mayo Clinic: Lavatory faucets, door handles, escalator rails, laptop terminals, nearly anything that is usually touched by the community.
Jason Howland: But how germ-filled are popular objects? Let’s start off with dollars.
Gregory Poland, M.D.: Terrible but not extremely transmissible.
Jason Howland: Touchscreens, gadgets, telephones?
Gregory Poland, M.D.: Terrible.
Jason Howland: Cafe menus?