Massive crowds of people indoors in close proximity, creating an environment where germs stick to surfaces. Vitamin D, which helps build the immune system, may be lower due to less sunlight. The laws of thermodynamics, means cold air can carry less water vapour before it reaches the “dew point” and falls as rain. So while … Read more
Holiday times are notorious for spreading germs due to close contact like hugs and kisses, or even shaking hands.
.. and I believe there is now claims that holidays are cause for higher than average illnesses due to increased sugar intake thanks to all the goodies people eat around that time
“what was the most important invention of the 20th century?” 7% said
television, 11% said the telephone and 80% said the computer. Pick up any
magazine, watch any television show, read any newspaper… “.com” is the buzz
word of the millennium.
Ecommerce has arrived and guess whose shopping? Teenagers, generation X’ers, … Read more