Wash your hands, because it turns out that the bathroom isn’t the germiest place in the house.
Because we tend to obsessively clean out bathrooms, our kitchens end up being the germiest locations. On average, the cutting board in your kitchen has more fecal matter on it than your toilet.
Those kitchen sponges you refuse to throw out? There could be over 80 billion bacteria living in it per square inch. Replace your sponges once a week.
Might want to consider cleaning the water reservoir in your coffee pot, too....
For more info, read CNN's article.