Bacteria on a toothbrush can live up to a week, making it important to replace your toothbrush regularly.
Using a public restroom hand dryer can spread more germs than using a paper towel due to the forceful air movement.
Wiping your nose with your hands instead of using a tissue can transfer bacteria and viruses to your hands and other surfaces you touch.
Sharing makeup and personal grooming tools can lead to the spread of infections, such as pink eye and herpes.
Not washing your hands after handling money can expose you to harmful bacteria and viruses.
Flushing the toilet with the lid up can cause germs and bacteria to spread throughout the bathroom.
Not washing your reusable grocery bags can lead to the growth of bacteria, mold, and other harmful pathogens.
Wearing contact lenses longer than recommended can lead to eye infections and vision problems.
Not washing your hands after petting animals or handling pet food can cause the spread of bacteria such as Salmonella and E. coli.