1. Clean bath rooms with mould killing products
Bath rooms are in most always cases damp especially if poorly ventilated, the walls of the bath room and the sides of the bath tub are the greatest culprits.
Wash the bath room walls, the bath tub and the sides of the bath tub with mould killing moulds.
2. Moulds can cause nasal stuffiness
The running nostrils, repeated sneezing and nasal stuffiness could be due to the air pollutants encouraged by dampness. Moulds can elicit such allergic reactions in those who are sensitive to them.
3. Every job has health implications
Everyone between the ages of 18 and 65 years is a worker employed in the formal or informal sectors of the economy; whatever work one does has health implications. Diseases associated with work include cancers, accidents, muscles/bone diseases, lung diseases, stress, hypertension, communicable diseases and many others.
4. Onions slow aging
Onions are high in important antioxidants such as vitamin C , flavonoids and quercetins. These vitamins and minerals work to fend off cell damage from free-radicals. Consequently, onions may help to slow aging and age related diseases such as atherosclerosis and arthritis.
5. Typhoid fever spreads through contaminated food and water.
Typhoid fever spreads through contaminated food and water. The agent is passed out in the stool of an infected person; it may also be present in his urine, spite or vomit.
Food can be contaminated by flies which can carry the agent from the stool of an infected person or by the hands of infected person while preparing food if not well washed after using the toilet.
Water can be contaminated by stool of an infected person if the source of drinking water is exposed where open defeacation is practiced in the absence of toilets.
Un-boiled milk if contaminated is also a means of spread.
6. Boil all drinking water to ward off Typhoid
Boiling of drinking water kills most bacteria and viruses in the water including the bacteria that cause Typhoid fever. Make sure, you boil all your drinking water to ward off the disease.