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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Winter Safety For Kids

  1. Stay hydrated: Ensure that the kids drink enough water especially during the winter without which they will be left adequately dehydrated. Leave bottles of water around the house where the kids are likely to see it in front of their eyes as a reminder to drink.
  2. Prevent nosebleeds: Dry winter can cause nose bleeds in some kids. One should use a humidifier to maintain the required humidity in the room to bring the bleed under control. Using saline nose drops is a good way to keep the nose hydrated enough to prevent nosebleeds.
  3. Diet plan: Winter asks for a more warming diet and nutritious diet to help the body deal with the cold. Ensure that the kids are drinking enough warm soups and hot foods. Adding more spices and herbs to the daily food is a good idea to keep the kids healthy and prevent them from falling sick.
  4. Cover up: Depending on how cold it is where you stay, its a good idea to cover your child’s ears and nose when out playing. It is a must have precaution when travelling with the child during the winter months to avoid colds and cough.
  5. Shoe up: Ensure that the kids are wearing dry warm socks and a good pair of shoes to keep their feet warm, dry and safe form the cold outside. Using a pair of fur lined boots is a rather good idea for the cold winter winds.
  6. Sunscreen: Winters need that your kids use adequate sunscreen before stepping out. just because its cold doesn’t mean kids wont get sun burns during the winter. Get a child friendly sunblock that filters both UVA and UVB rays to keep your child’s skin safe from the harsh sun.
  7. Be vigilant: Keep a vigilant eye on your child and his/her activities. Ensure that their body temperatures are within norm and that your child isn’t going cold. Use waterproof clothing when letting your child out to play. Additionally watch out for cracked heels, chapped lips and broken skin.

Water Treatment Systems

There are many different kinds of filters. The filter form is typically activated charcoal. If you are looking to eliminate an odd taste from it, the carbon filter is the most common choice as it enhances tastes and gives healthy minerals that everybody needs. There are different styles of liquid treatment systems. A few out of these advanced liquid treatment systems are mentioned below.

Mobile Water Treatment System

This system is implemented on a mobile trailer with all the compulsory liquid purification apparatus. The benefit is that it can be taken to the application area with no lag. This system is appropriate for filtering both surface and groundwater. It is high-performance and high-efficiency system. Its major types include mobile reverse osmosis system, mobile drinking liquid treatment, and mobile waste- liquid treatment system.

Seawater Desalination Plants

It is designed to desalinate or remove salt from the sea. As it was said in the sentence as mentioned earlier, there is ample of liquid on the earth, but only a restricted amount can be used for drinking purpose. This plant plays a crucial role in converting the raw and salty sea-water into treated and pure drinking water. This system majorly makes use of two ways for purifying the sea water – electrodialysis and distillation.

Bottled Water Treatment Plant

Bottled Water Treatment Plant is also known as drinking water treatment plant. It is one of the most worthwhile types of plants as the water purified by it is directly used for drinking purpose. It not only purifies the liquid but also gives the ease of packing it in plastic bottles for selling purpose.

Surface Water Treatment System

This Treatment System is used for purifying the downstream water, purification of water supply by municipal corporations, etc. This system is able enough to filter the liquid from any kind of colloidal matter, suspended solid, organics, iron manganese, etc. The primary components of this system include chlorination equipment, filters, and chemical feed system.


Generally speaking getting a mild headache a few times a year, while annoying, is usually not serious. However, some people experience a headache a couple times a month, or weekly, or even daily and this is definitely not normal.

Sometimes a headache can be felt in the back of the head just above the neck or in the temple areas, or at the forehead or around the eyes.

Since headaches affect so many people I’d like to give you ideas to reduce the effects of headaches, so that you can have a happier, healthier life.

First, headaches can be caused by stress on our neck. Having poor posture for our head and neck or allowing our head and neck to be in an awkward position for long period of time can contribute to headaches. Make sure to utilize good posture for your head and neck when you’re up and about and, just as equally, when you’re sitting and sleeping.

Second, some headaches are caused by triggers such as food, dehydration, activities or circumstances. Look for certain food and beverages like cheese, chocolate, coffee, and wine to see if they are associated with the onset of your headache. Make sure you drink plenty of water all through the day as dehydration can cause headaches for some of us.

Also see if your headache comes on at certain times of the day. If your headache is present in the morning upon awaking maybe your pillow isn’t giving your neck proper support. If you’re headache comes during the afternoon or evening perhaps you’re not getting enough sleep. Some headaches can be caused by sleep deprivation.

Third, only a small percentage of headaches are due to an underlying disease or injury. A great majority of headaches are caused by irritation of the upper neck muscles and nerves. By removing irritation to the muscles and nerves, many people have found relief and even elimination of their headaches. In our office we have a number of procedures that aimed at this type of help.

Lower Cholesterol Levels


Mangos are chock full of vitamin C, pectin and fiber which make them great at increasing your HDL levels and triglycerides in the blood while lowering LDL levels.

They also contain potassium which helps regulate the heartbeat and blood pressure by increasing blood flow to the nervous center of the body.


Like avos, various nuts, including walnuts, cashews and almonds, contain high levels of monounsaturated fats, vitamin E, magnesium and copper, all of which have been proven to improve heart health. Walnuts, in particular, also contain omega-3s.

Recipe for Avocado, Mango and Chicken Salad

Salad Ingredients:

  • ½ ripe avocado
  • ½ ripe mango
  • 1 chicken breast
  • ½ red pepper
  • 1 – 2 Tbl spring onion – thinly sliced
  • 1 cup baby spinach leaves
  • ¼ cup chopped, roasted walnuts or cashews

For the marinade:

  • ¾ cup plain, unsweetened yoghurt
  • 2 tsp curry powder (hot or mild, depending on your tastes)
  • 2 tsp honey


(Prepare the chicken the previous evening to save time in the morning)

  1. Combine all the ingredients for the marinade and mix well.
  2. For the salad dressing, remove 1/3 of the mixture and season with salt and pepper. Add a dash of olive oil and apple cider vinegar and store in a separate container.
  3. Slice the chicken breast into strips, season well and marinade for 30 min
  4. Fry the chicken until cooked through but still moist inside and set aside.
  5. When the chicken has cooled completely, store in the fridge until the next morning.