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“ Clean Hands Save  lives”

    People  frequently touch their  eyes nose and mouth without realizing the presence of germs like Salmonella,  E.coli etc after using the toilets. Germs from unwashed hands can get into foods & drinks multiply and make us fall sick with diseases like diarrhea. Germs from unwashed hands can also be transformed to other objects like handrails, taps, table top, toys and then transferred to another persons hands. Removing germs through hand washing therefore helps prevent diarrhea, respiratory diseases like pneumonia, skin and eye infections. Handwriting helps battle the rise in antibiotic resistance.

NGC Students took an active part in educating about the process of handwash.

    Wet your hands with clean running water, turn off the tap  & apply soap, (or) sanitizer Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Be sure. to lather the back of your hands between your fingers & under your nails. Scrub your hands for atleast 20 seconds. Rinse your hand well under clean, running water. Dry your hands using a clean towel (on ) air dry them.

“A healthy future is in your hands”

Good personal hygiene habits are directly related to less illness and better health.

Toilet hygiene    -Wash your hands after using the restroom with soap under running water.

Hair hygiene  -  Wash your hair twice a week to keep your hair and scalp clean.

Nail hygiene  - Tidying your nails help prevent spreading germs into your mouth, avoid biting
                          your nails.

Teeth hygiene -  Brush twice a day to prevent tooth decay.

Hands hygiene -  Handwash with a sanitizer before eating after throwing garbage.

By practicing good personal hygiene we can avoid the risk of Scabies, headlice, diarrhea, ringworm, pin worms, athelete’s foot etc.

Personal hygiene is the first step to good health.