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Our ears can hear a wide range of sounds from very quite sounds to very loud sounds. The unit of measurement for the loudness of a sound is the decibel (Db). The more loud a sound is, the higher the Db level...Read More

How your eye can become damaged? Excessive light, such as sun light or welding arcs/flames, can cause permanent damage to your retina and cause blindness...Read More

We all know that exercise is an important part of staying healthy, but how exactly does it help keep us physically healthy and mentally healthy? Learn the reasons why you need to exercise...Read More

The American College of Cardiology guidelines are: 1) Normal: Less than 120/80 mmHg 2) Elevated: Systolic (top number) between 120-129 mmHg and diastolic (bottom number) less than 80 mmHg 3) Stage 1: Systolic between 130-139 mmHg or diastolic between 80-89 mmHg...Read More

There are 3 common types of Diabetes – (1) the Prediabetes, where your blood sugar level starts to get high; (2) Type 1 Diabetes – where your pancreas produces little or no insulin; and (3) Type 2 Diabetes – where your body’s production of blood sugar is already affected...Read More