All our lives we have been taught that when we cough or sneeze, touch door handles, use the bathroom, or even every now and then when its been a while; that we should wash our hands. It is important that people keep their hands clean since this is one of the primary mediums through which germs are spread. We are always on the move, touching everything and using our hands all the time. Our group decided to take a picture of a sink at a local frozen yogurt establishment called "you say when". We chose this location because this is a recent food establishment that has opened near campus, and has become a popular place for many college students. In this domain of yogurt treats, there is a buffet style of toppings for your ice cream that you put on yourself, hence the name "you say when". The importance of the sink is so that the employees can wash their hands before and after handing out samples and while helping customers choose their yogurt dish. This addition of a sink helps prevent the spread of infections by the simplest of means... a simple hand washing. It is important to wash hands to help reduce the spread of germs and infections. It has been made law that food establishments must have their employees wash their hands before putting gloves on, after taking gloves off, when they are about to use the cash register, and every so often just to ensure a healthy and clean environment for everyone. By requiring employees to wash their hands, and encouraging customers to do the same, we are saving the trip to the doctor of potentially getting sick by transmitting germs, reducing costs, and ensuring our health. Who do we have to thank for this? None other than public health, helping keep the community informed and up to date on how to prevent the spread of infections, and introducing laws that require employees to wash hands, and encouraging the rest of us to do it as well.