‘Smoking and Drinking is injurious to health’ – There was a time when these warnings were displayed in microscopic letter on alcohol bottles and cigarette packets. This trend has undergone a radical make over with its mandatory display in macroscopic letters accompanied by terrifying pictures.
Those obsessed with saving humanity from smoking and alcoholism were successful in producing advertisements and documentaries featuring the ill effects of smoking to be played before the start of the movies in cinemas. The television channels are forced to display irritating warning each time smoking or drinking is exhibited on the screen. Even the public display of alcohol bottles and cigarettes are being taken off. Are we going over board in this campaign against addiction? Isn’t this a case of smoked conscience and intoxicated pseudo morality?
Consider a scene from a movie: The hero and his friends mercilessly beats a police officer, abducts a woman…
When we get older our body also begins to functions little less smooth and we get prone to age related problems. But eating nutrient enriched foods not only do wonder to offer you improved energy for a longer and healthier life but also enhances the outer beauty. From the recent researches Scientists have come across certain facts that exposure to sunlight, genetics and poor eating habits can result to skin premature aging. Unhealthy eating accelerates the aging process due to poor intake of food with nutrients and antioxidants that help to protect and repair your skin. Some of them are-
Strawberries- are enriched with a huge amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C helps to fight wrinkles and age related dryness in skin.
Tomatoes- The redness is due to presence of lycopene and carotenoid contain in it which helps to keep the skin smooth and glowing ever. Consumption of more…
When Tim Davis of Beaver, Pa., tipped the scales at 318 pounds two years ago, he bought a Fitbit gadget to track his physical activity and the Lose It! app on his phone to track calories. He bought a Wi-Fi-enabled scale that published his daily weight on his Twitter feed and turned to other apps to track his pulse, blood pressure, daily moods and medications. At one point, Davis said he was using 15 different apps and gadgets, which he said helped him drop 64 pounds by that following year.
A growing category of devices and software applications promises to measure the mundane details of our daily lives: calories burned, diaper changes, how much and how well we sleep, caffeine intake, kids’ studying habits, household chores, even whether a baby is nursing more frequently on Mom’s left breast versus her right.