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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Teeth Whitening Tips for Yellow or Stained Teeth

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Having sparkled white teeth can be of a challenge sometimes. It sometimes happens that you brush twice a day, floss a day and keep your teeth healthy yet you get a tinch of yellowness in your teeth.

The reasons could be many such as:

Drinking wine, carbonated drinks, black tea or coffee frequently can stain your teeth with time. The reason is pretty simple, what’s dark from outside will cause darkness when consumed.

Another most important reason for tooth discoloration is smoking. If you are a smoker then you will for sure face the problem of tooth discoloration. The stains caused by smoking are hard to remove and therefore, the smokers are always advised to take proper care of their teeth and follow a healthy oral health routine.

If you are on medication, then you might experience the problem of yellow teeth. In addition to this, the excessive intake of fluoride in children can be a reason for yellow teeth in the future. 

Having poor oral hygiene is another cause of getting yellow or stained teeth. This is because when we eat some amount of color of the curry get stuck to our teeth. But regular brushing and rinsing clear that out making teeth whiter. So, if you are not following even the basic regime then you are can get yellow teeth.

In addition to the pointers mentioned above, one can also get yellow teeth if they have thin enamel. Tooth enamel is the hardest substance of your body and below that, we have dentin which is a pale brown substance. If the enamel is thin then the dentin will be exposed which will then appear as a stain or yellow substance on your teeth.

The enamel becomes thin either with age or due to consumption of acidic food and beverages such as orange, sour candies or soda. They erode the enamel exposing the dentin beneath

Another reason for having yellow teeth is dry mouth. The saliva in the mouthwashes away the acid present in your mouth. Having dry mouth decreases the flow of saliva thus not working on the acid which causes yellow teeth.

There are many ways of getting rid of yellowness but the most effective is teeth cleaning and teeth bleaching. It is always advised by the dentist to get scaling & polishing done to your teeth after every six months. This is important because even if you brush or floss regularly there are certain areas where even your floss does not reach. Hence there is a plaque build-up which needs to be washed away. Scaling & polishing helps in getting away with this plaque accumulation making your teeth clean. And keeping your teeth clean is important to have whiter teeth.

If your teeth are affected badly that even scaling & polishing cannot make it look whiter then you should go for teeth whitening options. The teeth whitening options are of two types:

Professional Teeth-Whitening – As the name suggests this is done in the dental clinic by your dentist. Your dentist applies a bleaching agent to your teeth and a special lasers or lights are used to enhance the process of bleaching. You can discuss with your dentist and decide the shade of your teeth that you wish to have. The result of this procedure is accurate to what is decided in the beginning.

At-Home Whitening – These are whitening procedures that can be taken care of at home. Over-the-counter whitening strips can also be used for having whiter and brighter teeth. These strips have a whitening gel that when applied to your teeth make it whiter. But it is advised to consult your dentist before going ahead with it.

So if you really want to get rid of yellow or stained teeth then look for your nearest dental clinic or search for teeth whitening options near you.

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Love is a Four Letter Word - Happy Valentine

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There are a variety of ways to express one’s love, such as offering quality time, gifts, or acts of service. HAI provides many opportunities to communicate our love without words, such as practicing consensual touch.

But words have their place, and they often have the power to create deep intimacy. Choosing the right words to convey your truth, can open a universe of experience between yourself and someone else.

The most beautiful words of love, or wisdom, are remembered for lifetimes. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream” will echo in the hearts and minds of generations to come. Thus, we want to celebrate the expression of love by offering a list of hand-selected ‘Love Quotes’ that best speak to the values we cherish at HAI.

We hope you enjoy!

Choose to love!
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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

List of global health threats for 2019 by WHO

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Here are the 10 health issues that demand urgent according to World Health Organisation:

1.  Air pollution and climate change: This year, air pollution is considered by WHO as the greatest environmental risk to health. Microscopic pollutants in the air can penetrate respiratory and circulatory systems, damaging the lungs, heart and brain. Air pollution kills 7 million people prematurely every year from diseases such as cancer, stroke, heart and lung ailments.

2.  Non-communicable diseases: WHO data reveals that non-communicable diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, are collectively responsible for over 70% of all deaths worldwide, or 41 million people. This also includes 15 million people dying prematurely, aged between 30 and 69.

3.  Global influenza pandemic: The world will face another influenza pandemic - the only thing we don’t know is when it will hit and how severe it will be, WHO said. WHO said that it is constantly monitoring the circulation of influenza viruses to detect potential pandemic strains, adding that 153 institutions in 114 countries are involved in global surveillance and response.

4.  Fragile and vulnerable settings: As per WHO report, more than 22 per cent of the world population lives in places where protracted crisis (through a combination of challenges such as drought, famine, conflict and population displacement) and weak health services leave people without access to basic care.

5.  Antimicrobial resistance: WHO report warned that antimicrobial resistance threatens to send us back to a time when we were unable to easily treat infections such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhoea, and salmonellosis. The inability to prevent infections could seriously compromise surgery and procedures such as chemotherapy, it said. Antimicrobial resistance is the ability of bacteria, parasites, viruses, and fungi to resist the effects of medicines.

6.  Ebola and other high-threat pathogens: In 2018, the Democratic Republic of the Congo witnessed two separate Ebola outbreaks, both of which spread to cities of more than 1 million people. According to WHO, one of the affected provinces is also in an active conflict zone.

7.  Weak primary health care: WHO said many countries do not have adequate primary health care facilities that are usually the first point of contact people have with their health care system. In 2019, WHO will work with partners to revitalise and strengthen primary health care in countries, and follow up on specific commitments made by in the Astana Declaration.

8.  Vaccine hesitancy: Vaccination is one of the most cost-effective ways of avoiding disease, however, the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines, threatens to reverse progress made in tackling vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccination currently prevents 2-3 million deaths a year, and a further 1.5 million could be avoided if global coverage of vaccinations improved.

9.  Dengue: The mosquito-borne disease that causes flu-like symptoms - such as fever, headache, rash, muscle and joint pain - can be lethal and kill up to 20% of those with severe dengue. WHO said an estimated 40% of the global population is at risk of dengue fever, which has been a growing threat for decades. An estimated 390 million dengue infections occur across the world each year. WHO’s Dengue control strategy aims to reduce deaths by 50% by 2020.

10.  HIV: The epidemic continues to rage with nearly a million people every year dying of HIV/AIDS although enormous progress has been made in terms of testing and treatment. According to WHO, about 22 million people are currently getting treated for HIV, while others who are at risk of getting the infection are taking antiretroviral medications to prevent getting infected. Today, around 37 million people worldwide are living with HIV.

The UN’s public health agency has warned that unless these threats are addressed, millions of lives will be in jeopardy.

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Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Happy New Year 2019 Friends from Funmy Kemmy

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Golden New Year Fireworks Card 2019. Cue the fireworks! It's time to celebrate the new year! Help someone close to you ring in 2019 with this exciting card. The red cursive font really adds to the element of celebration, while the fireworks and sparkler make you feel like you're right in the middle of Times Square. This New Year card is a great choice for anyone in your life!

Every New Year people get you some presents but your best present you get never changes. Your own existence! It is also your best present to others!

May the new year add new beauty and freshness into your life.

May this new year bring to you surprises which are pleasant, friends who are decent and life which is complacent.

Welcome to Year 2019.
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Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Merry Christmas 2018 from Funmy Kemmy's Blog

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happy new year greetings Greetings Business Partner From Colleagues

This season commemorates the greatest love ever shown to mankind. May its significance not be lost on US.

May the beauty, spirit, and magic of this wonderful Season live with you all the days of your life.

May you receive the grace to think deep this season and find that you have much to be thankful for. May the beauty of the season fill your life and home. 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2019!

Best Wishes. Love you ALL.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Winter Car Preparation Checklist

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If you live in an area prone to winter weather conditions, you know driving during this season can
be treacherous. Knowing what to do after a car accident in the winter is important, but taking steps
to get your car winter-ready will help you avoid such incidents. Staying safe on the road is a lot
easier when you prepare accordingly.

Protect yourself and your loved ones by taking these steps now. They’ll significantly boost your
overall safety behind the wheel this winter.

Store a Supply Box in Your Car

There’s a chance you might get stranded in the snow while driving. Store a supply box in your
vehicle in case this happens.

Items to keep in the box include warm clothes, blankets, gloves, a first-aid kit, road flares,
flashlights, an ice scraper, energy bars or similar food, and a sand bag in case you need additional

It’s also important to keep your phone charged while driving. Keep a spare charger in the vehicle in
case you don’t have the opportunity to charge your phone beforehand.

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Check Tires
Cold winters often cause tires to lose pressure. Make a point of regularly checking yours throughout
the season. If the pressure is low, simply go to your nearest gas station and refill the tire to the
manufacturer’s specifications.

Check the tires’ tread as well before driving. The “penny test” makes doing so fairly easy. Just take a
penny and insert it into the tread upside down and with Lincoln’s head facing you. If you can see
Lincoln’s head, the tread depth is too low. Be sure to check and replace your tires as needed before
driving in wintry conditions.

Check Coolant & Antifreeze

Antifreeze protects your engine from failure in cold temperatures. Thus, it’s important to make sure
antifreeze levels are where they should be before driving this winter.

Your manual will explain how to check antifreeze levels. You can also purchase kits for this process,
or ask your auto mechanic to help.

Switch Out Your Wiper Fluid
The windshield wiper fluid you rely on most of the year could potentially freeze in winter. Instead of
clearing away visual obstructions, it might add to them.

Switch to a wiper fluid designed specifically for winter driving. Winter fluid doesn’t freeze, and it’s
effective at removing snow and ice, giving you a clear view of the road.

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Switch to Winter Oil
The viscosity of your oil is indicated by the first number in the grade. For instance, 5W-30 oil has a
lower viscosity than 10W-30 oil.

Typically, during winter you want to choose oil of a lower viscosity than you would normally use.
Schedule a pre-season oil change and use a lower-viscosity grade, or ask your mechanic to
recommend the ideal winter oil for your vehicle.

Taking basic steps to prepare your car for winter keeps you much safer when driving in winter
weather. That’s not just important for you; it’s important for everyone you share the road with.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

#Becoming: Michelle Obama stuns on Elle Magazine's December 2018 issue

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Michelle Obama is the cover star on December 2018 edition of ELLE magazine. The Former First lady was photographed by Miller Mobley and styled by Meredith Koop.  On Fashion, the Becoming author said, 

"I knew a little about fashion, but not a lot. As a working mother, I’d really been too busy to put much thought into what I wore. During the campaign, I’d done most of my shopping at a boutique in Chicago where I’d had the good fortune of meeting a young sales associate named Meredith Koop. Meredith, who’d been raised in St. Louis, was sharp and knowledgeable about different designers. After Barack’s election, I was able to persuade her to move to Washington and work with me as a personal aide and wardrobe stylist. Very quickly, she also became a trusted friend."

Michelle Obama Elle December 2018

Lovely !

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