WASHINGTON — People who use public restrooms are more likely to wash their hands than physicians in America''s hospitals, according to a press release.
Michael Millenson, a visiting scholar at the Kellogg School of Management, compared data from a recent survey of public restroom hygiene in the U.S. to hand hygiene compliance rates in U.S. hospitals and found that "the guy who just used the toilet at Grand Central Station is ... way more likely to have clean hands than the guy walking up to your bed at the local hospital."
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