Throughout the workday, people use their hands to open doors, write reports, shake hands with clients, etc. All these activities expose you to harmful germs and bacteria, and now in the midst of a worldwide Covid-19 epidemic, proper hygiene and disinfection have become more important than ever. About 80% of all infections are transmitted by hands, so implementing effective hand hygiene at work is important. Most Australians spend more time Monday through Friday at work than anywhere else. Plus, a fair amount of workers go to work even when they’re ill, making workplaces a hotbed for bacteria and germs.
Growing old is part of life, whether we like it or not. And the older we get, the frailer our bodies become. Not only our body becomes feeble, but also our brain gets slower, and our senses duller. So, by the time we’re in our 80s, even performing the simplest everyday tasks becomes a difficult or even impossible chore. Read More
The term ‘dementia’ is used to describe a set of symptoms that may include having troubles with thinking, with problem-solving abilities and general memory loss. These changes are often small to begin with, but as a person ages, they can become severe enough to affect performing their daily tasks. Dementia is mainly caused in cases when the brain is damaged by a series of strokes or diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, which is the most common cause of it. Read More