WI-FI: A SILENT KILLER THAT KILLS US SLOWLY

WI-FI: A SILENT KILLER THAT KILLS US SLOWLY

Wi-Fi : A silent Killer Nowaday, Wi-Fi signal is important in our life. Almost all places has Wi-Fi signal. We all know that in this modern world of technology, the Wi-Fi signal is everywhere: in our homes, in the restaurants – everywhere. Many people think that it’s a great way of connecting many mobile devices and laptops – without using any cables. The companies that make the mobile phones must follow certain rules and instructions…

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8 Things You Need for your workplace

8 Things You Need for your workplace

Most of us spend most our life at workplace. More than 8 hours we stay at our office which is 1/3 of our day. That’s mean we need to get better condition while in the workplace. Maybe we can ask from our boss but mostly they avoid if it need spending. If you cannot, try this 8 things that could help your health.   1.  CLEAR THE AIR Office environments are known to trigger occupational…

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What Your Feet Can Reveal about Your Health

What Your Feet Can Reveal about Your Health

The feet are probably the most underrated part of the body when it comes to overall health. People are not really reminded of them until they have a fungal infection, feel itchy and get blisters. But the truth is that the feet can tell you a lot what’s going on in your body – from serious illnesses such as diabetes to any less problematic such as nutritional deficiencies and dehydration. After all, each foot has 33 joints, 100 tendons, muscles, as well as…

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Higher BMI may not raise risk of heart attack, death, finds twin study

Higher BMI may not raise risk of heart attack, death, finds twin study

Body mass index (BMI) is a tool used to measure body fat and assess how it may influence the risk of associated health problems. For adults, BMI is calculated by dividing a person’s weight by their height, and from this, they are given a score that places them into one of four categories: Underweight – a BMI of 18.5 or less Normal or healthy weight – 18.5-24.9 Overweight – 25-29.9 Obese – 30 or more…

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