We are in the middle of flu season and with the outbreak of the Corona Virus the chances of becoming sick is very high. Especially when you have to be around large number of people either at work or high volume areas. If you are over 60, have a smaller child or have a medical condition your immune system is already compromised and you are more susceptible to getting sick. Hopefully, you had a flu shot in the Fall so your chances of having a bad case, even if you catch the flu might be somewhat lesser.
As the cold weather and snow pile up outside you might be thinking about taking a nice slow winter cruise in warmer climates. If you have watched the news in the past 10 years you probably noticed that there is also much talk about a norovirus break out on some ships.
One of the greatest concerns in health care facilities is the growth and transference of germs from one patient or visitor to another. Infection pre or post operation can endanger the health of the patient. Visitors can bring in germs to the facility and staff has to be vigilant to make sure that these germs do not reach the patients, if possible.
If you were one of the lucky recipients of a new phone, tablet, laptop or tv, congratulations!
However, you might have noticed that when you watch the display of your new device you find that you see more of your reflection than what’s on the screen. Even if your device came with a screen protector film installed it probably was more for scratch resistance than glare elimination. And when you take your phone, tablet or laptop outside it becomes impossible to see past the glare.
Artists who paint or draw on canvas and paper are still the majority, but there is a growing number who are using electronic devices to express their ideas and have created a new art form. Digital art is practiced using digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art and multimedia art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.
If you are one of thousands who prefer to exercise at home instead of going to a gym then you might have noticed that the digital display on your machine is a glare collector. Many cycles and treads such as Circle Fitness, Cybex, Echelon, Lifecycle, NordicTrack, and Peloton use LCD monitor displays that can run television programs, video, or stream internet. You can live chat with friends or work out together.
If you are planning to gift an electronic device this holiday season, you can make it even more memorable by installing a NuShield anti-glare screen protector on the display surface. Unfortunately, the displays on these devices are glare magnets and make it hard to see the display from reflective glare.
Electronic displays have invaded the kitchen. You can touch your refrigerator door and see what’s inside or make notes for your next shopping trip. Your oven may now have an electronic display instead of knobs or buttons. While you are cooking you might be looking at your laptop or tablet to read the recipe you downloaded from Pinterest.
Sometimes you go to the beach or the park and late afternoon you might see a person walking around with a stick attached to a plate. This is a metal detector. You might recognize it from movies where soldiers used it to find mines and clear the road for troops and vehicles.