10 Things You Should NEVER Share With ANYONE

Photo by sdecoret from Shutterstock

Germs are found all over the world, in all kinds of places. They are in the air we breathe, on the food we eat, on the plants we take care of and on our beloved pets; in soil and water—and on just about every other surface. It’s impossible to keep your life 100 percent germ free, but you can reduce your risk of being exposed to germs.

Therefore, it’s quite simple: the more items we touch on a daily basis, the higher the risk we’ll also pick up viruses and bacteria, says Kristine Arthur, MD, an internist at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California.

“It is nice to share, but not ideal to share germs,” she says. Although it’s sometimes quite inevitable to share germs, especially when you live with other people, it’s still possible to stay healthy and limit their spread as much as you can if you take some simple precautions, according to Dr. Arthur.

So, if you want to create a healthy germ free environment for you and your family, the best thing to do is to refuse them when they are asking you for something that belongs to you. Don’t share the items you’ll find in this article! Read on to discover them.

1 234 ... 11NEXT
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp
Pinterest
Reddit
Delicious
LinkedIn
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

7 thoughts on “10 Things You Should NEVER Share With ANYONE”

  1. Thank you so much for the keen and healthy advice. We often forget the obvious things that spread germs that contribute to negligent behavior. However, when you publish reminders like these ; they are well appreciated.

READ NEXT

5 Shocking Reasons Your Hair Is Thinning

Losing your hair can change your life in many ways. According to the American Hair Loss Association, around two-thirds of men will begin to lose their hair by age 35.

4 Signs You Have an Electrolyte Imbalance

You may have heard about getting electrolytes from sports drinks. Well, electrolytes are actually minerals—sodium, potassium, chloride, magnesium, calcium, phosphate, bicarbonate—that dissolve in the body’s fluids, creating electrically charged ions.

5 Signs You Are Eating Way Too Much Sugar

The temptation it’s big when we are in a shop with cookies, candies and sweets, anything that has sugar. We can’t avoid sugar, it’s everywhere. Sugar it’s addictive and probably

9 Reasons Why Your Shoulder Hurts

There are many different medical reasons for your shoulder pain. From osteoarthritis to heart problems—yes, you read that correctly—shoulder pain is annoying no matter the root cause. Aging is the

8 Reasons You Need To Stop Watching The News

We can’t remember when was the last time we watched so much news ever since the pandemic started. There were an election, a pandemic, continuous and diverse protests, and it

Try These Tips to Get Rid of Your Headache!

A headache is a very common condition that causes pain and discomfort in the head, scalp, or neck. It’s estimated that 7 in 10 people have at least one headache

This Is What Experts Do to Prevent Cancer

Cancer is the second leading cause of death among men. And while there have been lots of medical advancements towards treating some kind and boosting survival, there is still lots

Mirror Effect-Cause of Dyslexia

French scientists discovered a physiological difference between the eyes of those who have dyslexia and those who don’t. It’s all about the fovea, the center of a region, which is

9 Common Things That Can Trigger Lupus

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes the body’s immune system to attack its own organs and tissues. “What is lupus” is a more difficult question than you might think

5 Ridiculous Myths About the Flu

What you need to know about the Flu Shot: The flu vaccine is the first and the best way to protect yourself against the flu, but if you are severely

These Medications Can Cause Weight Gain

When your doctor puts you on a prescription medication, reading the list of potential side effects can be daunting. While it may be tempting to ignore that fine print completely—after

This List of Symptoms May Signal a Nut Allergy

Skin reactions Mild skin reactions of nut allergies often include: rashes swelling of the extremities redness and tenderness hives Antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl) or loratidine (Claritin) can help relieve

Scroll to Top