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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Pneumonia – Causes and Treatments

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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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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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E-Books vs. Paper Books – Which is More Sustainable?

April 18, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 39 Comments 

Tablet con Android

E-books are definitely technological advancements. We are suddenly presented with a means that is far more sophisticated, yet extremely beneficial than reading an average paper book. E-books’ environmental impact though, has stirred some debate – the debate as to which is greener and more sustainable: e-books or paper books?

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What’s Next in Smart Home Technology?

April 13, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 49 Comments 

Grabbing a drink

Smart technology is slowly making its way to American homes. Gone are the days when you have to turn off every single home appliance when you’re going away for a much needed vacation. Now, you can turn them on and off via the internet. And it doesn’t end there.

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Bathroom Renovation Ideas

March 14, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 39 Comments 

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If you’ve been planning of doing some bathroom renovations either for your home or for your place of business, well, now’s the perfect time. You see, economic downturns are prompting contractors to bid competitively against each other for projects. So that means you can get best package at the lowest price possible. They may even propose projects that cost lower than your budget.

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The Evolution of Hand Dryers

March 3, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 2 Comments 

* No, I did not just  turn my camera upside down *

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The Modern Toilet

March 1, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · Comment 

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Everyone poops. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a travelling businessman or a backpacker – you will have to sit on the throne and do some “unloading” some time. And in these modern times, it’s amazing how the simple, everyday act of pooping has changed. Somehow, a porcelain toilet, a ready roll of tissue, water, and soap just won’t do. People have become more conscious about health and cleanliness, paving the way for improved toilet technology.

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Hand Dryer vs. Paper Towels

November 25, 2010 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 26 Comments 

A lot of us are now more environmentally aware. We segregate, reuse, and recycle. We choose paper over plastic. Now what’s one noticeable thing in most public restrooms? We are given 2 choices to dry our hands – paper towels, or hand dryers. But which one is better? Some of you might say neither. Trees are chopped to make paper towels, and electricity is consumed to use hand dryers. But what is the more eco-friendly choice? It’s a battle between hand dryer vs. paper towels.

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