Handshake-free zone: Keep those hands — and germs — to yourself in the hospital
from Kaiser Health News
Dr. Mark Sklansky, a self-described germaphobe, can't stop thinking about how quickly those little microbes can spread. "If I am at a computer terminal or using a phone or opening a door, I know my hands are now contaminated, and I need to be careful and I need to wash my hands," said Sklansky, professor of pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
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