How to Choose a Spa

May 26, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 55 Comments 

Spa Utopia VancouverGoing to the spa for some treatment is not only relaxing, but rejuvenating as well. Spa treatments invigorate the mind and body. If you’re planning on treating yourself to a day or a week in spa, it is important to choose one that would best suit your needs and wants.

Consider five important things when choosing a spa – price, destination, treatments, staff, and facilities.

Price. Decide on a budget, and then choose a spa that suits it. You won’t feel relaxed after a treatment if you realize that you’ve overspent or exceeded your budget. Spas should also offer services with fair pricing. Remember that when asking for prices, ask the spa attendant to include taxes in the quote.

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The Story behind Nail Biting

May 25, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 46 Comments 

nail biting fights backNail biting or onychophagia is an unwanted but very common behavior characterized by putting one’s nail into the mouth and chewing on it. Some may say that nail biting is a harmless habit, but it’s actually considered a disorder that affects almost anyone regardless of age and gender. In the United States, 23% of children 3 to 6 years old, 33% of children 7 to 10 years old, and 45% of adolescents have nail biting disorders.

Continuous nail biting can result to damaged or bleeding nails. Some cases leave the gums damaged. Severe cases involve biting the nail until lost. Some cases are so serious that even the cuticle, the nail-bed skin, or even the finger is chewed. Nail biting can also leave injuries exposed to viral and microbial infections, especially when saliva gets into the wounds. Nail biting can also result to dental problems, and when bitten-off nails are ingested, stomach problems can occur.

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Bringing Out Your Child’s Creativity

May 23, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 41 Comments 

Free Toddler Boy Using Green Crayon to Color Creative CommonsEvery child has creativity that’s just waiting to be uncovered. Children as young as infants can already show hints of creativity in them. Their creativity is further honed up until they reach their older school-age years.

At infant stage, children already respond to sound, movement, and color. As toddlers, they begin flexing their muscles. This is the best time to give them things like crayons, drawing papers, clay, and other art materials.

When they reach their preschool years, children become these bundles of energy, saying and asking a lot. They talk, play, and run around a lot. This is when they learn how to perform, dancing and singing to gain attention. And even when they’re trying to flip through the pages of their favorite books, despite not being able to read yet, they’re just as creative.

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A Mother’s Touch

May 18, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 36 Comments 

My Bride and BeanA mother’s touch is one of the most precious things that money can’t buy. A child may be given the priciest of all the baby formulas, be dressed in the most expensive of clothes, and be wrapped in pricey designer blankets, but without a mother’s caress and affection, a child can still feel neglected, thereby increasing psychological and physical stress.

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Growth Rate in Children

May 17, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 46 Comments 

Watch me grow - I am >this< tall

Parents of newborns can’t help but feel excited whenever their babies show signs of physical development, like growth by the inches, increase in weight, and more. But how do parents actually know if their children are growing normally and properly?

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Pneumonia – Causes and Treatments


In the United States, pneumonia is the sixth principal cause of death. Pneumonia is a respiratory condition where viral infection is present on one or both lungs. Usual causes of pneumonia are viruses, bacteria, or fungi. Each year, more than 3 million people in the United States contract pneumonia. More than half a million patients get admitted to hospitals for treatment. Most patients do recover from the illness, but approximately 5% will result to death.

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What are Patents For?

May 12, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 36 Comments 

Patents are only for the old machine

You may have heard or read the term multiple times, but what exactly is a patent?

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Battle: High Tech Hand Dryers

May 11, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 49 Comments 

Battle High Hand Dryers

There are a lot of hand dryers out these days. Germaphobes can be cheap at times and prefer just the good old paper towels in touchless dispensers, but for business owners who want to intensify their sustainability and eco-friendly efforts, hand dryers are the wiser option.

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The History of Stools

May 10, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 51 Comments 

We often see them in bars, but other forms are also found in homes. Stools have become widely used furniture pieces, and they sure have a colorful and interesting history. You see, in England, a stool was originally a seat for just one person. Unlike chairs, stools have no back and can be transferred or moved.

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What Hygiene Says About You

May 6, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 39 Comments 


People automatically have their pre-notion or judgment about you just by looking at your physical appearance. Just a mere five-second look at you and people can already come up with some theories about you or your lifestyle. Though they’re not entirely accurate, the way you look and how you smell will speak for you, whether you like what they exude or not. Thus, your personal hygiene would always say something about you.

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