Short, clean fingernails may prevent you from catching the H1N1 influenza virus! (swine flu)

October 24, 2009

Short, clean fingernails may prevent you from swine flu - the H1N1 influenza virus!

Swine flu (H1N1) prevention starts with proper hand hygiene!

Hand sanitation for swine flu prevention begins with proper hand hygiene. Clean, short fingernails are absolutely essential for good hand sanitation because organic material can easily hide under fingernails. The circled hand in the picture above is a good example of good nail hygiene!

An overview of the latests new findings in how ‘hand hygiene’ is linked with the spread of the H1N1 influenza A virus (a.k.a. swine flu, or the Mexican flu):

Is ‘hand hygiene’ still the best strategy for swine flu prevention?
‘Hand-to-face touch’ is a crucial link to catching swine flu!
Hand washing is a defence, but may not stop the swine flu virus!
More reports on hand hygiene!
Discover the basic principles of proper hand hygiene!

A funny and provocative video on how the H1N1 virus spreads:

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