According to USA Today, 50% of us have used our feet to flush a toilet.  Monica and I were discussing this on our show this morning.  We both at one time or another, have used our feet to flush a toilet at a public place.

How adults have avoided unclean surfaces outside the home:  42%-Opened doors with paper towels.  28%-Wiped down restaurant silverware.

Believe it or not, 26% say they have wiped down hotel room surfaces.

One of the most important things you can do is wash your hands several times on a daily basis.  Experts say you should use soap and warm water and wash your hands for a least 20 to 30 seconds to wash away all germs.

Many people are afraid of germs and many of us use our feet to flush toilets in public places.   Here's the bigger question:  What about gas pumps, shopping carts, keyboards, remote controls, phones, and laptops?  Should we all wear rubber gloves and carry around Lysol?