Study Says Fist Bumps Spread Fewer Bacteria Than Handshakes Or High-Fives

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Fist bumps spread fewer germs than handshakes and even high-fives.

That's what researchers in Wales say.

Researcher David Whitworth says fist bumps spread only one-twentieth the amount of bacteria that handshakes do.

And, he says high-fives pass along about half the germs handshakes do.

The results of his study are online in Monday's American Journal of Infection Control.



 
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