A person has more germs in their mouth than on their hands. Saliva has enzymes that prevent germs from forming, while your hands touch things such as doorknobs all day which are infested with germs.
More germs are in the hair than hands!
there are more than 5000 germs on your hand
yes, because hands get in touch with water taps in toilets and doorknobs in general.
Yes the hot water kills more germs than cold water.
There are always germs in our bodies and on our hands, but that increases if you do something like go to the toilet and do not wash your hands. There are more than millions of germs in our hands when we do not wash. It is also so you don't get ill if you eat food soon after your 'trip'.
Actually, no. Cats also have cleaner mouths than humans, and they may possibly have cleaner mouths than dogs because their saliva destroys germs better than dog's saliva does. No dogs mouths are cleaner
no its not cleaner because the Dogs have a lot more germs than we do because Example: humans throw a ball and we throw it with our hands and our hands have the most germs so when you throw the ball the dog picks up the germs. hope i helpedd :D
If the skin is broken it can lead to a serious infection. Human mouths have more germs and bacteria than most animals. Clean the bite thoroughly and monitor it closely until it begins to heal. And keep away from women's mouths...
your computer key board has more germs than your toilet.
Humans' and dogs' mouths have roughly the same amount of germs. However, humans brush their teeth more often and more thoroughly than dogs, so ours is probably cleaner. There is a myth that dogs' mouths have less germs than those of humans, but this has been proven to be false.
There are more germs under a fingernail than on a toilet seat!
No, because when you Eskimo kiss, your lips aren't actually touching, and when you French kiss, your lips ARE touching, and your tounges are in each others' mouths.