Sunday, 23 January 2011

Hands and necks.

It is said, by those for whom appearance is all, that aging is best shown by hands and necks. We recall being told that if you wash your hands often enough and use them that your fingerprints become less prominent.

Is that why we GPs struggle at the self-service checkouts to open a freebie bag?

Praise be to the Party for the ever so clean hands of its GPs.

Or are we missing something like the repeated use and sharing of saliva on supermarket bags to open them as a public health issue?

Diseases spread by saliva include . . .

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