During this time of the year, we often hear about the importance of washing our hands so that we don't spread germs.
We tell our kids to use their elbows, instead of their hands, to cover cough or sneezes. We also ensure they use hand sanitizer as often as they can after playing outside, touching grocery carts and visiting the restroom.
As it turns out, there is something just as bad at spreading germs that most don't even consider it. And that is MONEY
Dr. Pai, from Kids Plus Pediatrics explains to use that scientists are discovering a surprising number of microbes (Bacteria, Viruses, and Fungi) living on cash.
His conclusion? Bottom line: all money is dirty, and bad germs lurk in many unexpected places!
To read in detail Dr. Pai's article, click on the link below