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How to Prevent Eye Strain in Computer & Mobile Users

As the time is passing by, we are becoming more & more dependent on computers & mobiles, both for work and entertainment. Although,...


American Academy of Ophthalmology infographic about kids and screen time. Things what the parents can do to prevent eye strain.

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Islamabad International Airport (click on the picture for full screen version).

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Dr. Faheem Younus is Chief of Infectious Diseases at University of Maryland, USA and  belongs to Lahore, Pakistan. Since the start of pandemic, he has been sharing facts and explaining myths about Covid and its vaccines on his Twitter profile. He has also been interviewed by many leading media channels, clips available on twitter. Here I am sharing a collection of his tweets which are highly valuable in understanding Covid, its spread, who can take them etc. Some of his tweets are in Urdu for the common people of Pakistan.

 




























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Pakistan has been going through a heatwave for the last few days with temperature averaging between 40-45 degree celsius in most cities. A similar heatwave struck Pakistan back in 2015, which killed almost 800 people.

Here are a few tips to lessen the effects of high temperature on the body;

  • Drinking plenty of fluids. The color of urine is a good indicator of the hydration status of the body. The light color the urine, the better the hydration status.
  • Wearing damp clothes, which will help lower the body's temperature.
  • Sticking one's hands in cold water.
  • Placing fans next to windows as this will draw air from outside, which should be cooler.
  • Wearing looser clothes.
  • Having a lukewarm shower rather than a cold one. 
  • Fanning the face rather than other parts of the body.

 

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