Home Health Wellness Wellness on July 23, 2017 If you thought driving a car on a heavily polluted road may be safe, think twice. According to a new study, car cabins contain extremely high levels of some harmful particulate matter, twice the amount previously thought. The findings showed the pollution inside the cars contained twice the amount of chemicals that cause oxidative stress, thought to be involved in the development of many diseases including respiratory and heart disease, cancer and some types of neuro-degenerative diseases. "We found that people are likely getting a double whammy of exposure in terms of health during rush-hour commutes," said Michael Bergin, professor at the Duke University in North Carolina. The pollutants can cause the body to produce chemicals to deal with the reactive oxygen, while particulate matter also causes the same response. In combination, the exposure triggers an … [Read more...] about Your Car May Contain Harmful Pollutants: Study
Home Health Wellness Wellness on September 13, 2022 As far as road safety is concerned, India holds the record for the worst in the world. India accounts for 11 per cent of the world's accident-related deaths, given the number of accidents that occur every day. Even though seat belts were made mandatory equipment in vehicles in the late 1960s, no seat belt laws required drivers and passengers to wear them. It was not until the late 1980s and 1990s that those laws came into effect  . Wearing a seat belt should become a natural driving habit for every driver across the globe. However, there are still some people who do not understand the benefits of wearing a seat belt. As a result, they're putting themselves in greater danger since the vehicle's safety systems won't protect them. Let's talk about the importance of wearing a seatbelt, whether in the passenger or driver's seat. Importance Of Wearing Seat Belt … [Read more...] about Importance Of Wearing Seat Belt In A Car: 5 Reason Why You Should Always Wear A Seat Belt While On The Road
Home Insync Life Life on August 18, 2010 Business men try different ideas to attract customers to their products or services. One such brilliant idea has taken birth in a hotel in Germany. They attract car lovers to stay in their hotel by offering them rooms which look like luxury cars. The V8 Hotel at Stuttgart"s Meilenwerk, has come up with the idea of providing their customers with rooms and beds made like vehicles in every model and size. Stuttgart"s Meilenwerk, is a German international hub for car dealers. The visitors selection to spend their stay ranges from cars like a Morris Minor to a Mercedes. This brilliant idea will soon uplift Germany as a good holiday destination. V8 Hotel provides couple, family, business men etc a wonderful stay. “Everybody wants to stay here when they come to the Meilenwerk," Heike Petzold, an employee, said. He also added, “It"s really amazing because even people who live in the … [Read more...] about Car Like Hotels For A Perfect Holiday
Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby on September 22, 2022 Buying things online isn't just about convenience and comfort anymore. We've snowballed into a practical future where we buy essentials, furniture, apparel, kids' stuff, etc. Not only can you browse through a bunch of websites, but you can also compare product features, reviews and price points to make a more informed decision. It's hard to find time to go to a mall these days, let alone expect a new mother or soon-to-be mom to do the same. It can be challenging for a new mother to take her young children to a store, constantly keeping an eye out for them. Getting the right set of essentials for kids online isn't easy, and that's where we come in. Check out this list of baby products that are highly essential for your baby, especially when travelling. Amazon Sale On Baby Products 1. Infant Car Seat LuvLap products are kid-friendly, with a focus on safety and … [Read more...] about Amazon Great Indian Sale On Baby Products: Car Seats, Carriers And Other Baby Travel Essentials
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on August 13, 2022 Hollywood actor Anne Heche has been declared legally dead, one week after she crashed her car into a building, a spokesperson for the family said on Friday, August 12. Following the severe car collision in Los Angeles last week, Heche suffered "a severe anoxic brain injury" and was "not expected to survive," her family had announced a day earlier. Her family and friends were hopeful that Anne Heche would survive the horrific car accident she was involved in last Friday, and were faced with making the difficult decision to remove her life support after she was pronounced brain dead. She was being kept on a ventilator until it is determined whether any organs that were not damaged in the crash and subsequent fire can be donated. "We want to thank everyone for their kind wishes and prayers for Anne's recovery and thank the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses that cared for … [Read more...] about Actress Anne Heche Declared ‘Legally Dead’ From Anoxic Brain Injury: Know About The Health Condition
Home Women Women on September 9, 2022 Queen Elizabeth II was the head of state for 16 countries: the queen of the United Kingdom as well as the Commonwealth. As British monarch, she was also the head of the Anglican Church. She was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor on April 21, 1926, in London, the oldest daughter of King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. At the time, there was no way to know she would go on to become queen, as her uncle — the Prince of Wales and later King Edward VIII — and her father stood before her. However, she went on to become the longest-lived British monarch as of December 21, 2007, and the longest-reigning British monarch as of September 9, 2015, surpassing her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria on both counts. Discipline and Dedication Elizabeth represented her father around the world due to his losing battle with cancer. He died on February 6, 1952, while she was in Kenya, and she … [Read more...] about Long Live The Queen: Queen Elizabeth II
Home Art culture Art Culture on September 13, 2022 Franco-Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard has died at the age of 91, the French newspaper Liberation reported on Tuesday. Godard was one of the leading figures of the movement. Critics rated him among the top 10 directors of all time, and he has had a direct influence on the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Bernardo Bertolucci, Steven Soderbergh and Martin Scorsese. French President Emmanuel Macron said France lost "a national treasure" with Godard's death. Ce fut comme une apparition dans le cinéma français. Puis il en devint un maître. Jean-Luc Godard, le plus iconoclaste des cinéastes de la Nouvelle Vague, avait inventé un art résolument moderne, intensément libre. Nous perdons un trésor national, un regard de génie. pic.twitter.com/bQneeqp8on — Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) September 13, 2022 Interest in anthropology influenced filmmaking style In the late 1950s … [Read more...] about French-Swiss Film Director Jean-Luc Godard No More: A Tribute To The Legend
Home Home n garden Home N Garden on September 14, 2022 You might have found that getting high-quality kitchen essentials is much harder than it should be if you've ever tried to purchase cookware for a new kitchen or simply to upgrade the quality of the tools in your old kitchen. Doesn't it seem that we are constantly being encouraged to buy products that make our lives easier? Despite all these choices, it's harder than ever to tell the good stuff from the bad. We decided to check out the best kitchen equipment we could get our hands on to solve this problem and make it as easy as possible to stock a minimalist, high-quality kitchen with the help of Amazon. Check it out. 1. Ceramic Biriyani Pot With its high-quality 3-layer Greblon coating, this Biriyani pot features a non-stick interior for easy cooking and cleaning. Impex PEARL biriyani pot features a transparent, anti-skid glass lid that never slips or falls off. … [Read more...] about Amazon Sale On Cookware: Grab Biriyani Pot, Steel Kadhai, Momo/Modak Maker On Huge Discounts!
முகப்பு உடல்நலம் How to How To | Published: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 17:31 [IST] வாகனங்களை இயக்குவதற்கு தகுதியற்ற சாலை கொண்ட நாடுகளின் பட்டியலில் உலகிலையே இந்தியா முதல் இடத்தில் உள்ளது. சாலைப் பாதுகாப்பைப் பொறுத்த வரையில், இந்தியா கடைசி வரிசையில் உள்ளது. ஒவ்வொரு நாளும் நிகழும் விபத்துகளின் எண்ணிக்கையைப் பார்த்தால், உலகில் ஏற்படும் விபத்து தொடர்பான இறப்புகளில் 11 சதவீதம் இந்தியாவில்தான் நடைபெறுகிறது. ஆதலால், விபத்துக்களை தடுக்க நாம் வாகனம் ஓட்டும்போது, நாம் கவனமாக இருக்க வேண்டியது அவசியம். வாகனங்களில் சீட் பெல்ட்கள் கட்டாயக் கருவியாக மாற்றப்பட்டாலும், சீட் பெல்டை ஓட்டுநர்களும் பயணிகளும் அணிவதில்லை. சீட் பெல்ட் அணிவது உலகெங்கிலும் உள்ள ஒவ்வொரு ஓட்டுநருக்கும் இயல்பான வாகனம் ஓட்டும் பழக்கமாக மாற வேண்டும். இருப்பினும், சீட் பெல்ட் அணிவதால் ஏற்படும் நன்மைகளைப் புரிந்து கொள்ளாத சிலர் இன்னும் இருக்கிறார்கள். இதன் விளைவாக, வாகனத்தின் பாதுகாப்பு அமைப்புகள் அவர்களைப் பாதுகாக்காததால், அவர்கள் தங்களை அதிக ஆபத்தில் ஆழ்த்துகிறார்கள். … [Read more...] about கார்ல போகும்போது இந்த விஷயத்தை கட்டாயம் பண்ணுங்க… இல்லனா உங்கள யாராலும் காப்பாத்த முடியாதாம்!
Home Art culture Art Culture on September 13, 2022 Franco-Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard has died at the age of 91, the French newspaper Liberation reported on Tuesday. Godard was one of the leading figures of the movement. Critics rated him among the top 10 directors of all time, and he has had a direct influence on the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Bernardo Bertolucci, Steven Soderbergh and Martin Scorsese. French President Emmanuel Macron said France lost "a national treasure" with Godard's death. Ce fut comme une apparition dans le cinéma français. Puis il en devint un maître. Jean-Luc Godard, le plus iconoclaste des cinéastes de la Nouvelle Vague, avait inventé un art résolument moderne, intensément libre. Nous perdons un trésor national, un regard de génie. pic.twitter.com/bQneeqp8on — Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) September 13, 2022 Interest in anthropology influenced filmmaking style In the late 1950s … [Read more...] about French-Swiss Film Director Jean-Luc Godard No More: Tribute To The Legend