A 2013 study based on restroom observations at Michigan State University found that men wash their hands less frequently than women, 15% of men not washing at all and only 50% using soap when they do wash, while 7% of women failed to wash their hands and 78% used soap. Another study found that men are motivated by messages such as "Soap it off or eat it later," which don't resonate as well with women.
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