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GeneralHere is one for you PinmemberEnnis Ray Lynch, Jr.18-Mar-14 11:39 
Ok, I am going to state the rules first. Please, only response if you have a link to actual peer reviewed research. Anecdotal comments, references from this agency said, and other informal sources not allowed ( but I bet I get them anyway)
 
Any one have a link to research suggesting the amount of bacteria on your hands before entering the restroom and after and various combinations of utilization (ie #1 + wash, #1 no wash, #2+wash, #2+no wash, #3)
 
My Google fu only yieled results that linked anecdotal evidence and not a single piece of scholarly research on the subject.
 
I am not debating that washing hands is not good, and I concede that public policy of asking people to wash after use is good since more hand washing with non-anti bactieral soap is good [This assumes proper technique and drying hands of course] but is their any research that proves a definitive hygienic link pre bathroom vs post.
 
Ie, Do your hands contain statistically significant differences of germs and other bacteria. (Not just "run the risk" which is anecdotal since I know that e. coli and other sort of bacteria can exist)
 
Well?
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