10 Germiest Things You Touch Every Day — According to Doctors

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The bathroom sink

“The toilet seat is not the germiest place in the bathroom. It’s the sink,” says Splaver, who notes its dampness is an ideal breeding ground for germs. According to the PHSO study, the bathroom faucet handle is the sixth-germiest site in the average house; the toilet doesn’t even make the top 10.

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