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Hygiene vs Sanitation

The difference between hygiene and sanitation is that hygiene is all about taking personal care

Sanitation is all ab...

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Difference Between Hygiene and Sanitation (With Table)

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  •  Refers to: It refers to good and healthy living achieved by taking personal care.
  •  Emphasis: Purely on an individual.
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  • Refers to: It refers to good healthy living, which is achieved by preventing man from garbage contacting.
  • Emphasis: Purely on the whole society.

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What is Hygiene?

The spread of diseases can be controlled if good personal hygiene is maintained. These practices protect the body from the accumulation of pathogenic bacteria.

In women, at t...

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What is Sanitation?

Sanitation, according to WHO, means the safe disposal of human faeces and urine and the adequate provision of facilities and services.

  • Sanitation would be effect...

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In today’s world, the majority of people fear diseases than they fear ghosts. 

  • Sanitation in the global context refers to the safe disposal ways of human urine, faeces. 

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