Why You Shouldn’t Touch Your iPhone in the Morning
If you can’t control this, then maybe getting ... bacteria for your phone to grab onto. Dr. Martyn Kirk of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health says that there are real health risks to using your phone while sitting on the toilet.
Can toilet seat liners protect you from potential sickness?
BAM — gut bacteria gets on your face! Now, if you’re sitting there thinking, “Wait, but she didn’t say if the toilet seat itself is crawling with STDs or pubic lice or anything!” here’s the answer for you. You can’t get infections from the ...
Can You Catch Germs From a Public Toilet Seat?
But the biggest danger doesn't come from sitting on the seat. There's ... Older toilets can spray as far as 20 feet! If you're using a public toilet that doesn't have a lid, Tierno recommends opening the door first before you flush, to get out of the ...
Toilet seats are not likely to transmit germs to users
I know you can't catch AIDS ... catching things from just sitting on the toilet seat. Are there homeopathic or herbal alternatives to the flu vaccine? No, not when it comes to genuine prevention. Some people shy away from getting the flu vaccine because ...
What Can You Catch From Restrooms?
The facts can ... there has to be a fair amount of it for it to have any effect.If you sit on urine or get sprayed by toilet water as you flush — besides being completely revolted — there is a small chance of infection, just like any other bacteria ...