Saturday, October 18, 2014

Safety and Security

Dust - Industrial dust may come from the grinding, crushing, cutting, or drilling metals, stone, or coal. There are two divisions of industrial and inorganic. 

Organic dusts come from substances whose source is plant or animal life, such as coal, leather, flour, sugar, feathers and cotton. They may produce allergies, skin irritations, or asthma. Miners of both soft and hard coal may develop a disabling shortness of breath because of the effects of coal dust on their lungs.

Inorganic dusts come mainly from metals and minerals. The most dangerous inorganic dust is silica, which causes silicosis. Asbestos dust also causes and inflammation of the lungs, called asbestosis. Workers exposed to dangerous dusts should be protected by the use of exhaust systems or suction devices that catch the dust at its place origin. Below are some of the safety tools for work hazards.

Women's Exclusive - Foot Wear

Women's Exclusive - Foot Care and Foot Treatment

Foot is a flexible organ adapted to supporting the continually shifting weight of the body. Its muscles work with the tendons and ligaments in momentarily holding the foot in certain positions. The foot has 26 bones and 33 joints which are bound together by over 100 strong ligaments. The bones fall into three groups, named as tarsals which is just below the ankle, metatarsals which form the framework of two flexible arches, and the phalanges, or toe bones. 

Women's Exclusive - Face Care and Tooth Care

Friday, October 17, 2014

Women's Exclusive - Nose Care

Nose is the organ of smell and the entrance to the respiratory system. The part of the nose that is sensitive to smell is a small patch of olfactory bulbs, which is located at the at the top-most part of the nasal passage. The sense of smell contributes a great deal to what we usually think of as taste. The nose, with its bones, cartilage, nerves, and mucous membranes, which contain glands secreting a watery fluid, is the organ of smell, and the most important is, it is the means by which we take air into our bodies. 

You need to practice regular care for your nose.