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Archive for January, 2021

Digging at Home: 9 Excavation Tools You Should Have & Why You Must Call 811 before Digging.


Date: January 20th, 2021

Handy Home Excavation Tools and Equipment

A savvy homeowner should have the skills and tools to tackle simple excavation duties. You don’t always have to pay someone to do basic digging tasks when you can get your hands dirty and save some dollars.

At one point or another, you’ll need to excavate soil— and this job is easier done with the right tools. The market has several excavation tools and equipment, each designed to ease the excavation process.

Tools are available, from modest hand equipment to complex machines depending on your area’s topography or excavation depth.

But today, we aren’t focusing on complex machines needed for massive extraction work. Instead, we’ll discuss a few handy tools that can prove helpful for jobs like doing away with tree roots, plunks, and organic impurities, etc., which can ruin your landscape’s beauty or eat up your space.

Plus, it’s crucial to accomplish all the prerequisites before embarking on your home digging project. For instance, you should dial 811 before digging anywhere to avoid tampering with any buried utility lines.

And while it sounds simple, most homeowners hardly do so, and many times the result is injury, death, or long-term outages due to damaged utility lines.

That being said, let’s focus on nine handy tools to store at home for DIY garden projects.

COVID-19 Damages to Lungs: What Does COVID Do to The Lungs?


Date: January 13th, 2021

COVID-19 Damages to Lungs: How Can Corona Damage the Lung

Respiratory diseases can cause massive damage to our lungs, and COVID-19 is no exception.

As scientists continue to look deeply into a second wave of the pandemic, we’ve learned a lot and enhanced our understanding of the deadly virus.

And lately, many Netizens are desperate to understand COVID-19 damages to lungs during sickness and after recovery.

Panagis Galiatsatos, a Medical Doctor and a lung specialist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, has a lot to say about COVID-19 patients.

After his encounter with several Coronavirus patients, he says many long and short-term lung complications could result from the disease.

Working with Arthritis: Everything about Arthritis Disabilities at the Workplace


Date: January 9th, 2021

Working with Arthritis: How to Deal With Arthritis in a Workplace

Your job matters to you because that’s how you make a living. But health conditions like arthritis can threaten to limit your potential at work.

Working with arthritis can be difficult; pain in the joints can be disturbing, especially if your job involves a lot of movement. Again, a career involving prolonged hours of sitting can further worsen your arthritis situation.

At home, you have the freedom to do pretty much what you like. But this may not be the case in the office. And while worker rights protect victims from such instances, most of us don’t know what the law says, let alone how to address such situations.

Most employees suffer silently, and the consequence is a further deterioration in health. So how can people living with arthritis manage their condition at work?