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Metro GGoldwyn Mayer Fact










The lion used in the Metro Goldwyn Mayer logo killed his trainer the next day after it was filmed.
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Google History in fascinating way

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Big Ben Secret




The clock tower that supports the famous clock "Big Ben" at the house of parliament in London, is 320 feet hight. The bell from which the clock gets its name, weighs 13.5 tons!
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Ant's Capability- fascinating uncommon facts

Experiments with ants have shown that they are capable of lifting stones fifty times their own weight and pulling loads three hundred times their own weight.



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The tip of the kiwi's beak is so sensitive it can detect worms deep in the ground.

The tip of the kiwi's beak is so sensitive it can detect worms deep in the ground.



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How to play 3D movies on PC?




can watch movies on a non 3D monitor by real-time conversion software’s like TMT5 or PDVD11. You will need Red-Cyan Anaglyph glasses to watch these movies. You can also run 3D movies by using Stereoscopic Player.
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How To Delete "autorun.inf" Virus?





Autorun.inf is the file that tells the USB what do when you plug it into the computer. (like a CD when you put it into your computer). Try having a look at hidden folders and files and stuff. You can try to use microsoft security essentials. I scanned one of my pendrive and it detected the autorun.inf virus from the pendrive and asked me to clean my computer so i clicked it and i think it removed it but if it is quarantined you have to go to the history and removed it from there.Microsoft security essentials detected the autorun.inf virus in my pendrive... but in your friend's hdd maybe it should detect it too... so i guess that you should ask your friend to try to use microsoft security essentials to remove it. One simple tweak you can try: REGEDIT4
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\IniFileMapping\Autorun.inf] @="@SYS:DoesNotExist"
That simple registry tweak will prevent a similar file from ever triggering again.
Or you can try some software's:

Malwarebytes: http://www.malwarebytes.org/
Combofix: http://www.combofix.org/
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Health-care facility recommendations for standard precautions





1. Hand hygiene1
Summary technique:
 Hand washing (40–60 sec): wet hands and apply soap; rub all surfaces; rinse hands and dry thoroughly with a single use towel; use towel to turn off faucet.
 Hand rubbing (20–30 sec): apply enough product to cover all areas of the hands; rub hands until dry.
Summary indications:
 Before and after any direct patient contact and between patients, whether or not gloves are worn.
 Immediately after gloves are removed.
 Before handling an invasive device.
 After touching blood, body fluids, secretions, excretions,
non-intact skin, and contaminated items, even if gloves are worn.
 During patient care, when moving from a contaminated
to a clean body site of the patient.
 After contact with inanimate objects in the immediate vicinity of the patient.
2. Gloves
 Wear when touching blood, body fluids, secretions, excretions, mucous membranes, nonintact skin.
 Change between tasks and procedures on the same patient after contact with potentially infectious material.
 Remove after use, before touching non-contaminated items and surfaces, and before going to another patient. Perform hand hygiene immediately after removal.
3. Facial protection (eyes, nose, and mouth)
 Wear (1) a surgical or procedure mask and eye protection
(eye visor, goggles) or (2) a face shield to protect mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, and mouth during activities that are likely to generate splashes or sprays of blood, body fluids, secretions, and excretions.
4. Gown
 Wear to protect skin and prevent soiling of clothing during activities that are likely to generate splashes or sprays of blood, body fluids, secretions, or excretions.
 Remove soiled gown as soon as possible, and perform
hand hygiene.
5. Prevention of needle stick and injuries from other sharp instruments2
Use care when:
 Handling needles, scalpels, and other sharp instruments
or devices.
 Cleaning used instruments.
 Disposing of used needles and other sharp instruments.
6. Respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette
Persons with respiratory symptoms should apply source control measures:
 Cover their nose and mouth when coughing/sneezing with tissue or mask, dispose of used tissues and masks, and perform hand hygiene after contact with respiratory secretions.
Health-care facilities should:
 Place acute febrile respiratory symptomatic patients at least 1 metre (3 feet) away from others in common waiting
areas, if possible.
 Post visual alerts at the entrance to health-care facilities
instructing persons with respiratory symptoms to practise respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette.
 Consider making hand hygiene resources, tissues and masks available in common areas and areas used for the evaluation of patients with respiratory illnesses.
7. Environmental cleaning
 Use adequate procedures for the routine cleaning and disinfection of environmental and other frequently touched surfaces.
8. Linens
Handle, transport, and process used linen in a
manner which:
 Prevents skin and mucous membrane exposures and contamination of clothing.
 Avoids transfer of pathogens to other patients and or the environment.
9. Waste disposal
 Ensure safe waste management.
 Treat waste contaminated with blood, body fluids, secretions and excretions as clinical waste, in accordance
with local regulations.
 Human tissues and laboratory waste that is directly associated with specimen processing should also be treated as clinical waste.
 Discard single use items properly.
10. Patient care equipment
 Handle equipment soiled with blood, body fluids, secretions, and excretions in a manner that prevents skin and mucous membrane exposures, contamination of clothing, and transfer of pathogens to other patients or the environment.
 Clean, disinfect, and reprocess reusable equipment appropriately before use with another patient.


Coutesy:- www.who.int
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Exercise and Fitness




Simple fitness exercises can help to have a fitter and healthy life. Stretching exercises can help in many ways in mainting a fitter body. Weight loss can be achieved by following simple effortless regular exercises. Medical breakthroughs can happen by regular meditation and exercising. Yoga and other workouts which can be performed easily are available in this website to keep you fit and healthy.

Health and Fitness can make all that difference in one's life. Healthy living is all that one needs, and to achieve that we picked up the best of the articles from reliable sources and have presented here in an organized manner. You might not be able to spend your valuable time on complicated medications and diet controls, but, you can find articles to help you have a better living using simple and easy technics.

Ayurveda, a science in vogue practiced since centuries, uses a wide variety of plants, animal origin substances, mineral and metallic substances to rebalance the diseased condition in the sick. A few tips on simple treatment of life style diseases have been carefully picked for the visitors of this website. These tips can help reduce or control diseases like diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure, etc.



courtesy:-www.healthtips.in
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