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9 Truly Disgusting Things That Don't Bother Little Kids
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Thanks to their natural curiosity and being positioned so freakishly close to the ground, little kids are constantly getting into (or trying to get into) gross things.
The Daily Struggles Every Germaphobe Will Understand
There's a reason Purell sounds so much like "pure hell."
The Germaphobe and the Achoo Factor
Lisa Mirza Grotts
Author, Etiquette Expert
And, just as it's nice to have a stationery wardrobe, it's nice to have an assortment of hankies. Men can choose plain cotton or linen ones, while women may prefer flowered, patterned, or lacy ones. For the height of elegance, have your handkerchiefs monogrammed.
Yes, I'm a Germaphobe, So Get Used to It! From a Mom of a Micro Preemie
Author of "From Hope to Joy: A Memoir of a Mother’s Determinat...
Today I had an experience that made me very emotional. It would not seem like a big deal to most, but it was to me. For (what seems like) the 100th time, I left a family party because one or more of the children at the party were sick.
Always Flush The Toilet With The Lid Down
Jason "The Germ Guy" Tetro joins HuffPost Live to discuss why you should always flush the toilet with the lid down.
Whats The Germiest Place On The Body?
Jason "The Germ Guy" Tetro joins Dena to talk about the germiest place on the human body.
10 Ways My Daughter Has Made Me a Better Man
Founder, Life of Dad
Parents teach their kids many lessons, but at the same time, parents gain wisdom from their children.
How To Avoid The Fashionista Flu... Tips From a Germaphobe
Karen Siff Exkorn
Best-selling Author/Speech & Media Coach/Playwright
My germ-phobia started at age 10 when my father contracted hepatitis from some tainted water in my hometown. Because it was a highly communicable disease, my mother had my brother and me on high germ alert. We washed our hands so much, we put Lady Macbeth to shame.
LIVE BETTER AMERICA
Hello, Flu Season: 6 Things We Can Learn From Germaphobes
From Live Better America
A Travel Guide For Germaphobes
Lonely Planet is the place to turn for every kind of trip insp...
Consider that the flu virus can survive for two or three days on computer keyboards, germs live on our hands for two to 24 hours and we touch our hands to our faces -- the germ super highway to our guts -- once every three minutes.
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Germaphobe Howie Mandel Calls Hospitalization 'Really Hard'
Howie Mandel isn't surprised fans may have thought his hospital trip on Monday to treat an irregular heartbeat was an elaborate
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