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Why the university needs more hand sanitizer stations on campus

 By Alyssa Williams

There are GERMS

There are GERMS everywhere. No one wants to be touched by people with dirty hands and then get sick during exam season.

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An advancement in Public Health: Washing your hands

Handwashing is a major advancement in public health. It is one of the easiest things a person can do to prevent themselves and others from getting sick. Catch up, people!

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Here’s a good reminder

People need to be reminded to clean their hands. I know we are adults, but a reminder is not the worst thing in the world. See point ONE!

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It’s a quick and easy substitute

In cases where soap and water are not available, hand sanitizer is a great substitute to keep your hands clean and germ-free!

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Sanitizing is gentle on your skin

Hand sanitizer can be less irritating than soap and water on your hands and skin, especially during the winter when dry skin is more common.

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