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Do Bugs Need Drugs?

Do Bugs Need Drugs? Do Bugs Need Drugs? Probably not. Does the world need a site that tells, both in words and in pictures, how to wash one's hands? Probably not. But that did not stop this non-profit organization from produucing this site that purports to offer information for healthcare
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Do Bugs Need Drugs?


Do Bugs Need Drugs? Probably not. Does the world need a site that tells, both in words and in pictures, how to wash one's hands? Probably not. But that did not stop this non-profit organization from produucing this site that purports to offer information for healthcare professionals, the public, teachers, parents, children, daycares and assisted living sites. Warning! in the "FUN PART" kids section, should the child make a mistake while attempting the Tile Puzzle, up will pop a little dialogue box with the word "Cheater!" Perhaps the site needs to be re-done by someone who understands a seven-year-old's tender psyche.

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