Infections are caused by small creatures, namely microscopic organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.
We all touch our faces numerous times a day. Yes, we do it. Whether to itch the nose, wipe the sweat or touch the mouth from the back of the hand, we do these things without even giving a second thought.
During pregnancy, you are taking optimum care of yourself. Considering prenatal vitamins, a healthy diet, paying regular visits to the doctor, etc.
Poor air quality is getting troublesome for travellers headed for beautiful and adventurous vacations.
Viral infections have recently received the greatest attention of the world due to the increased communicability or easy spread of harmful diseases.
With the advent of viral infections, masks and hand sanitisers have become vital for everyone to safeguard their health and hygiene.
In the wake of the pandemic, we are all bound to wear masks and wash our hands with soap and water or sanitize them with a hand sanitizer at regular intervals.
Due to the pandemic, it has become increasingly difficult to make a travel plan with the family. It becomes even more troublesome with kids when it comes to safety and hygiene.
Returning to school is now among the biggest challenges and worries for parents about how to manage their kids’ safety in schools from infectious microbes living in the air.
Nowadays wearing N95 respirator at work has become a significant part of the new normal. It protects employees from inhaling high-risk airborne particles such as germs and bacterias which can be present in the office environment.
In the wake of covid-19, masks have become an integral part of our lives. Wearing a mask is highly recommended to prevent your respiratory droplets from reaching others or vice versa.
The COVID-19 vaccine is rolling out, however, face masks are here to stay for the time being. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that people should wear masks anytime they are around other people, which includes public gatherings.