Coming in all shapes and forms, there’s no end to the options at their fingertips for play. Even outside the conventional image of what a child’s to is, child psychologists often point out that a simple set of house keys, a whistle, an electronic watch, even or a blanket are enough to enrapture a child’s attention.
Chemicals liberally used in agriculture, particularly glyphosate—commonly referred to as Roundup—is a water soluble antibiotic that acts as a weed-killer. Antibiotics are a powerful biocide that kills good bacteria along with the bad. Having said this, when it comes to internal consumption, meticulously monitoring with the help of a licensed physician is required in order to prevent irreparable damage to our bacterial flora that is necessary for the proper functioning of our gut lining. The question must be asked then: Who is responsible for monitoring the application of this antibiotic on our crops?
One such machine that is being touted for it’s disinfectant properties are UVC lamps, already in use for the disinfection of air, water, and non-porous surfaces in many hospital settings. Emerging interest in novel ways of getting rid of viruses has given rise to the promotion of these seemingly advanced machines.
Since the pandemic seems to be stretching into the unforeseeable future, and social distancing along with it, conscious consumers would understandably be looking to preserve and maintain the longevity of their equipment. Investing in quality instruments often don't come cheap, and one would be remiss not to see to it that good equipment stays that way, and performs in the way it was made to.
It’s a breeze to retain carpets in the home, as well as supremely aesthetically pleasing, as long as there are the right practices in place for its cleanliness, safety, and longevity: no wearing of shoes indoors, regular washing for textiles that allow it, and daily deep vacuuming for those that may not be washed.