• July 28, 2014   BY  

    Scientists at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom tested the germ-exchange rates of handhakes, fist bumps and high-fives to determine which mode of mano-to-mano contact spreads the most bacteria. In the study, one participant wore a sterile glove and exchanged various types hand of contact with other study participants. The sterile glove was analyzed and the number of bacteria present were counted. Continue reading