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


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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Evolution of Soap Dispensers

April 11, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 62 Comments 

Dripping Liquid SoapIf you think that soap dispensers are a product of the 20th century, think again. Soap dispensers came into use after liquid soap was patented in 1865, when Minnetonka Corporation first introduced liquid soap pump dispensers.

There are 2 types of soap dispensers – manual soap dispensers and automatic soap dispensers.

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Teach Your Kids How to Cook

March 31, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 1 Comment 

i ♥ pizza ♥Have you ever seen reality TV shows featuring children aged 8-12 cooking? Quite adorable aren’t they? They’re truly awe-inspiring. You probably wish your child, or nephew or niece, would do the same. It’s quite possible. You just need teach them.

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