Washing Hands For Men and Women, Why It Matters?
Posted by Ray Szydzik on
From time immemorial there has a been a friendly rivalry between men and women. But, did you know it extends to hand washing?
Hand washing has always been an important part of overall hygiene and health. Recent references in The History Of Why Handwashing Gender Gap Exists CleanLink article (see below) show men are less prone to wash their hands then women.
The History of Why Handwashing Gender Cap Exists
From: CleanLink Executive Reports https://www.cleanlink.com/news/article/The-History-Of-Why-Handwashing-Gender-Gap-Exists--25203 Cleanlink
The article from CleanLink magazine suggests that this goes back to when Victorian women were given the responsibility of cleanliness and hygiene. It was these early roles that has led to different standards for cleanliness between men and women. My how times have changed!
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