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TV, Movies Teach Children Good Hygiene

November 15, 2005

Forty-one percent of parents of children under the age of 15 said television and movies play a significant role in educating children about good hygiene, according to a nationwide survey by the Soap and Detergent Association (SDA), Washington, DC, largely due to 24/7 broadcast, cable and satellite programs. Also, 37% claimed that these media influenced them when they were young.
Though 93% of respondents said hygiene is most often learned at home, other places that also convey hygiene messages are classrooms (70%), physicians (54%), self (50%), literature (42%) and friends (35%). More info: www.cleaning101.com.
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