Fist Bumping Spreads Fewest Germs in Greetings


By Alabama News Network

Fist bumping beats handshaking and high fives in the battle to control the spread of germs.

Researchers in the UK found nearly twice as much bacteria is transmitted from a handshake compared to a high five. 

A fist bump spreads least amount of germs. 

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