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Archive for September, 2021

Top Skincare brands & The Best Subscription Boxes to Try


Date: September 30th, 2021

The Best Skincare Brands & Beauty Subscription Boxes to Try

Whether you like expensive or pocket-friendly cosmetics, skincare brands offer quality products depending on your budget. If you care about a healthy, perfectly-toned skin, it’s always satisfying to find the best skincare brands that offer excellent products.

Plus, people with sensitive skin are always after products that offer basic first aid for skincare to help preserve their beauty.

Since the global cosmetics market contains thousands of famous brands, it is often a painstaking process to identify the most acceptable options.

The 5 Best Skincare Brands

The Federal Trade Commission has warned customers to be careful when buying cosmetics online. You want to choose from reputable brands to avoid counterfeit products.

Some of the best cosmetic product-lines available in the market include Drunk Elephant, SkinCeuticals, The ordinary, Versed, and Herbivore Botanicals. Here is a comprehensive look at these brands and their various top skincare products.

How to wire a Hot Tub & Soaking Safety Tips to Remember


Date: September 24th, 2021

6 Steps to Wire a Hot Tub

Are you looking for detailed DIY tips on how to wire a hot tub for a relaxing bath?

Well, it’s time you focused more on a smooth wiring process than worry about the hazards that come with mixing electricity and water.

This anxiety could only lead to going over every DIY guide you meet trying to get the correct procedure, and the result may be more confusion.

Since it seems like everyone has advice to offer on wiring a tub, we developed a step by step guide to help you do it right.

These tips will save your time and give the specifics for a quick hot tub installation as recommended by the National Electric Code.

Safe & Sound: 10 Natural Gas Safety Tips to Follow at Home


Date: September 18th, 2021

Natural Gas Safety Tips to Minimize Gas-Related Dangers & Accidents

Many residential and business premises use natural gas to power appliances, such as stoves, dryers, furnaces, and water heaters. Natural gas is ranked as the purest fossil fuel worldwide as it only produces water vapor, carbon dioxide, and fewer nitrogen oxide components.

Though natural gas is essential, it can be hazardous if not used properly. However, familiarizing yourself with these natural gas safety tips, can help you evade the risks and accidents associated with it.

This energy source is highly flammable, and any leaks at home can spark a fire or poison your body. Therefore, homeowners must learn basic first aid to respond faster to such emergencies.

This article will help you discover several ways to use at-home natural gas safely. It will also explain how to detect gas leaks, the dos and don’ts, and the most appropriate steps to prevent them.

How Does NANDA-I, NIC, and NOC in Nursing Handle Anxiety Control?


Date: September 12th, 2021

NANDA-I, NIC and NOC in Anxiety Reduction and Control

Anxiety Disorder is a prevalent condition among Americans and an essential part of First Aid training for anxiety and BLS for Healthcare Providers.

Still, nurses face clinical deadlock situations where the judgment of data is challenging and varied. This need inspired the development of a common language to help nurses and medical practitioners diagnose patients better and come up with the proper treatment or outcomes.

NANDA-I, NIC, and NOC are the three elements in medicine that resulted from those efforts. These elements are standardized nursing languages common in nursing literature.

The American Nurses Association accepts the three standardized languages, namely;

  1. Diagnoses given by NANDA International (NANDA-I),
  2. Interventions by the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC),
  3. The outcomes of the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC).

These are broad taxonomies that spell out terms for patient problems, interventions, and outcomes. According to a 2011 study, the implementation of NANDA-I, NIC, and NOC or NNN has improved nursing data efficiency.

To better understand NANDA-I, NIC, and NOC, we require a general patient scenario to understand these elements.

In this post, our patient scenario is anxiety. First, we will discuss the general public understanding of stress and then look at NANDA-I, NIC, and NOC definitions and their steps to dealing with anxiety.

Electric Shock Drowning & Safety Tips for Electric Water Heater Projects


Date: September 6th, 2021

Facts about Hot Water Heaters & Basic first aid for Electric shock

Water and electricity don’t mix like gin and nuns, which explains why you must be cautious when handling DIY projects like fixing a hot water heater or responding to an emergency.

While DIY is okay for some home problems, others are risky or require an expert to ensure proper fixing and a long-standing solution. But whether to hire an electrician to fix your hot water heater or go DIY is a personal decision.

Nevertheless, always be cautious when working on electrical appliances that rely on both power and water. And as an extra precaution, learn basic first aid for electric shock.

Your safety is priority number one because water can worsen the chances of surviving an electric shock.

For instance, electric shock drowning is a US-coined term used to describe death when a swimmer is electrocuted or exposed to electricity in the water.

Sometimes, the shock itself can be fatal because it paralyzes the victim’s diaphragm, while in other cases, it electrocutes the swimmer causing them to drown. Its primary cause is faulty electrical wiring that leaks electric waves into the water.