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Silent Stroke: Bakit May Stroke Na Hindi Nila Alam
Payo ni Doc Willie Ong #642
1. May taong na-stroke na halos walang sintomas.
2. Nagbabago lang ang ugali, mas walang balanse, at madaling makalimot. Nakikita ito sa MRI scan.
3. Para maiwasan ang stroke, tigil sigarilyo, bawas alat at mantika, mag-ehersisyo, kumain ng tama.
Here’s some information for you to think over: Undoubtedly the most dangerous type of transport is automobile.
Because of the sheer number of drivers on the road, there are more opportunities for accidents and fatalities. In 2014, the Department of Transportation reported 32,675 automobile fatalities, making highway travel the deadliest form of travel in America.
So these car hacks and safety tips may be awfully beneficial for all the car lovers out there!
The main problem with traffic jams are drivers:
their slow reactions and lack of attention, traffic jams occur not only at junctions but also on highways when someone suddenly cuts across the road or a car quickly changes lanes.
So HOW CAN YOU AVOID TRAFFIC JAMS?
DON’T move out onto a crossing if you’ll be forced to stop there.
RETAIN the same distance between cars both ahead and behind.
DON’T drive right up close to others – this can cause not only traffic jams but also accidents.
Check out 9 GOLDEN RULES OF PARKING:
9. Park in reverse to make it easier to leave.
8. Before parking, make sure there’s nothing behind you.
7. Leave a space to allow other cars to get past.
6. Position your car in a way that doesn’t empede pedestrians.
5. Don’t block in other cars.
4. Don’t park in the second lane, otherwise you’ll cause a traffic jam.
3. If there aren’t any markings, park parallel to the neighboring vehicle.
2. When leaving, give a signal to other drivers.
1. Park where it’s permitted. Otherwise, you won’t find your car later on.
Drive safe, my friends! 😉
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We’re back with part 2 of our survival tips series. In part one we taught you how to try and survive stuff like bear attacks, tornados and riptides. This time around we’re going to turn things up a notch. The survival tips ahead aren’t guaranteed to save your life but they could just be the difference maker. From animal bites to Armageddon, TheRichest has got you covered.
Starting things off really small, we’ll give you advice on how to handle a potentially venomous spider bite. No, it doesn’t involve waiting around until you develop super powers. Then we’ll move on to one of the biggest threats facing all of us on a daily basis – the car crash. There are ways to be prepared and ways to improve your chances of survival. Statistically speaking, you probably won’t ever fall from a plane at high altitude without a parachute. However, for that one time you do, there are some things you can do to slightly improve your odds. Ever feared being trapped in a falling elevator? It’s likely never to happen but there are some handy tips for you to keep in mind should this scenario ever pop up – or down. Fire safety is no laughing matter. We all learn about this in school and TheRichest will give you a bit of a refresher course when it comes to surviving a fire. Dogs may be man’s best friend but dog attacks are all too common. We’ve got some useful pointers for when that German Pointer decides he doesn’t like you. The Cold War may be over but there’s always the threat of a nuclear explosion going off somewhere. While your odds may not be the best, we’ve got some directions for you which can improve your chances of surviving a blast. Washed up on a desert island?
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