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- This organ protects a person from infections and germs.
- Proper techniques to wash the hands are mentioned.
- It protects your skin from damage.
- This animal washes its food before eating.
- Being dehydrated is dangerous for the body.
- More than 200 viruses can cause colds.
- These are some kitchen cleaning tips.
It is important to wash your hands when handling different foods in the same session. Keeping a clean cutting board, utensils, etc. will cut the risk of food poisoning. A sink of hot soapy water is a must in any kitchen. It is also crucial when using raw chicken or other poultry products to wash hands before and after handling the chicken to prevent cross-contamination. Separating chopping boards and utensils should also be used for raw and cooked foods.
Whenever raccoons eat near a water source, apparently raccoons wash food by dunking it in water and rolling it around in their paws. In fact, their scientific name literally means “washing bear.” Yet food-washing isn’t a natural habit among animals, which led researchers at the London Zoo in 1961 to look into whether these raccoons really are as sanitary as they act. The truth is that raccoons in the wild do not really wash their food in any way that we as humans think of washing.
Hand washing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of infections. You can spread certain “germs” casually by touching another person. You can also catch germs when you touch contaminated objects or surfaces and then you touch your face (mouth, eyes, and nose). “Good” hand washing techniques include using an adequate amount of soap, rubbing the hands together to create friction, and rinsing under running water. Wearing gloves is not a substitute for hand washing.
The skin helps you warm up when you’re cold and can cool you off when you’re hot. It lets you feel things by touch. It protects you. And what does your skin ask for in return for all the wonderful things it does? Just a little care and consideration. Like the heart, stomach, and brain, the skin is an organ. In fact, it’s the largest organ in your body, but it’s still easy to take skin for granted. Unless there’s a problem, you may not think about your skin very much.
There is one product that everyone needs: sunscreen. Even if your skin is naturally dark, you still need to use a sunscreen. Protecting your skin from the sun prevents sunburn, which hurts and is a kind of skin damage. Sunscreen also can help prevent wrinkles when you get older and can decrease the risk of skin cancer, which is caused by exposure to the sun’s harmful rays. If you need more protection from the sun, wear long sleeves and pants. Also, avoid the sun between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
When it’s hot outside and you’ve been sweating, you get thirsty. Why? Thirst can be a sign that your body doesn’t have enough water in it to keep it working right. A person gets water by drinking and eating. Our bodies need water to work properly. Usually, you can make up for the water you lose — like when you come in from outside and have a long, cool drink of water. If you don’t replace the water your body has lost, you might start feeling sick.