French Failing in Maintaining Hygiene

French Failing in Maintaining Hygiene

Recently, a study was conducted to gauge the hygiene habits of French. The results, however, were appalling. During the study, it came to light that one in five French took bath once in a week. Besides, reluctance or laziness in washing hands was also noticed.

The findings of the study have hinted about the hygienic lifestyle of the people. One in eight French has confessed of not washing hands after toilet and after having traveled in public transport. The findings of the study have been presented by the Global Hygiene Council.

There is a need to improve the hygiene of people so that healthy living could be assured. The findings of the study contradict the findings of a hygiene study, which was conducted last year. According to the findings of the last year’s study, about 97% of French felt ill if they step out from the house without taking shower.

It is hoped that the findings of the study will help in bringing a healthy change in the lives of French. It is important to maintain hygiene so that diseases could be kept at par.


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