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Wash

Gains equal losses.

Wash

A situation in which the profit on one activity or investment equals the loss on another. When an investment is a wash, it is said to break even.
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Conclusion: The results revealed that the techniques used were successful in increasing the target behavior that is washing hands before meals of the patient.
Ninety five percent (95%) believed that washing hands can control infection rates in hospitals.
Glo-germ kits were used during the event to educate the people on the proper way of washing hands with soap.
Hot water, comfortable for washing hands, is not hot enough to kill bacteria.
The students were made aware of the importance of washing hands with soap in order to protect from germs and water born diseases.
But the Food Standards Agency says many cases could be avoided just by washing hands and thoroughly cooking food.
Nobody wants to get ill at Christmas so by following these simple tips, particularly washing hands thoroughly before preparing food and after going to the toilet and handling pets, this can be avoided," she said.
WASHING hands in soap and warm water is the best method to combat the clostridium difficile (C.
towelettes) may be considered as an alternative to washing hands with nonantimicrobial soap and water.
In fact, you should wash them twice--once in the restroom and again at the workstation/Which of the following activities does NOT require washing hands afterward?