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Is learning first-aid important?

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Is learning first-aid important for me? You must be questioning yourself. However, answer to this question lies with your past experience. Have you ever stuck at a place where you were alone and had fallen sick or got injured? Alas! There was no help. Did you ever come across a situation where your parents, grandparents, friend or child needed you in emergency and you felt helpless as you didn't know what to do, except to take them to doctor/hospital.

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Self-defense: Need for everyone

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Self-defense classes?............Oh no! I don't need……I am a man. I know how to protect myself and my family. These classes are for women and children as they are vulnerable. I only need to go to gym and build my body.

This is the common reaction of a man when he is asked to join self-defense classes. Just building your muscles and body in a gym doesn't ensure your safety. For that you need to learn a few defensive tricks.Believe me, self.

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Are you hygiene conscious? Check it out!

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Somebody is passing by you and you felt bad odor from that person…………………………What would be your reaction? Eeeeeeeeeee……….. Oh God!

Do you want others feel the same about you? I know, obviously not.

Personal hygiene is the topic which we learn in our school. Keeping your hair trim and tidy, cutting your nails, wearing clean and ironed uniform and so on.

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Are you exposed & contributing to PAHs?

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What are PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) and why are they risk to our health? Are we contributing them to the environment and killing ourselves and our family slowly?

The major source of PAHs is the incomplete combustion of organic material such as coal, oil and wood. We encounter PAHs as atmospheric pollutants produced by small combustion units (such as fireplaces and stoves in homes), traffic, industrial processes, and tobacco smoke. They can also be detected in foodstuffs

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Tip of the Month

Which food to avoid in rainy season?

  • Cut fresh fruits with long exposure to air.
  • Fruit juice from roadside vendors.
  • Fizzy drinks.
  • Fried foods.
  • Raw leafy vegetables.
  • Sea food.

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