There are some very good reasons for being fastidious with your cleaning and disinfecting efforts these days (yes, these are two very different steps). We are, after all, still in a pandemic.
In just a blink of an eye, we are back to phase 2 heightened alert. As much as we love staying home for our community, the social creatures inside us are screaming “let us out and have fun!” If you’re feeling this way, we hear you — how would you fancy a free online game? Here’s a list of fun games you can play while staying safe with your friends through Zoom and Discord.
I’ve stared at this question for about 5 minutes now, just wondering how did I not notice this before?
You’ve accidentally stumbled on an obscure topic here, and it’s something you do on a Wednesday afternoon in HND EME and then immediately forget as soon as you leave the classroom only to get a shock when it pops up on that term’s electrical paper.
Eating a diet full of fermented foods, like yogurt, kimchi, and fermented vegetables, and consuming kombucha tea may be a way to reduce the inflammation that’s associated with chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and chronic stress.
NEW YORK — Americans sure love their coffee. Even last spring when the pandemic shut down New York, nearly every neighbourhood shop that sold takeout coffee managed to stay open, and I was amazed at how many people ventured forth to start their stay-at-home days with a favourite store-made brew.
If you use such social media websites as Facebook and Twitter, you may have come across posts flagged with warnings about misinformation. So far, most misinformation – flagged and unflagged – has been aimed at the general public. Imagine the possibility of misinformation – information that is false or misleading – in scientific and technical fields like cybersecurity, public safety and medicine.
You purchased an Integrated Shield Plan (IP) to cover hospitalisation charges many years ago. You have never fallen sick so you have no experience in making a claim on the insurance policy.
Peripheral artery disease is growing more common in Singapore and cold feet can mean poor blood supply
SEOUL: A South Korean industrial designer has come up with a satirical solution for “smartphone zombies” who can’t take their eyes away from their screen long enough to stop themselves walking into a wall or other obstacle.