What we will be presenting may not only protect you this cold and flu season, but could very well, make you cringe. As long as we live on earth with other people there will be sickness, and lots of germs. The word germ has been used for decades. We just toss it around like Kleenex, but what is the definition? These invisible creatures are defined as a microorganism, especially one that causes disease. It is pretty straight-forth, right? Not really, there are 4 kinds of germs, they include viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi. In order to live they need humans, plants and animals. During this cold and flu season, don’t be taken in by these microorganisms, which cause an average of 2-3 colds per year in adults. Start looking for germs in cars, planes, kitchens, restaurants, or anywhere people congregate. Here are 6 hot spots for germs that you might not be able to avoid, but can be more aware of.