We choose the restroom in a local Boston Market restaurant for our "This is Public Health" assignment. We put our sticker on a "wash your hands" sign in the bathroom to remind employees and customers to wash their hands after use. We choose this location because most infections occur after feces come in contact with ones hands and hands come in contact with raw or ready food, which results in food borne illnesses. It is imperative to wash one’s hands between handling foods; as well as after one uses the restroom, before starting work, and after touching body parts specifically lesions. This represents a public health issue by identifying and educating the prevention of spreading different germs as well as infectious disease through hand to food contact. We believe that this goes in line with the four P's of public health. This sign promotes public safety by creating awareness; prevents by educating and there for protecting the population. The sign also raises the idea for the employee to not only protect him or herself but the people they are serving in the community. According to the CDC there are about 400-500 food borne outbreaks in local and state health departments each year. Diseases such as E. Coli or salmonella are examples of food borne diseases that can be avoided by simply washing one's hands properly like the public health sign shows.