Monthly Archives: January 2019

When Should I Replace My Dock?

Rarely is there a set time and date to replace your dock. It depends on the use, age, wear, material type and whether it’s ever been damaged. If you are beginning to notice problems with the look and feel of your dock, consult specialists in dock construction that can give you the advice you need… Read More »

Structures and Tents

If you plan to hold an event outdoors for just one night or need a structure or tent to stay indefinitely through a lengthy project or to provide storage, your guests and staff will need to have a shelter from rain, wind, snow, the hot sun, or any diverse weather condition. Clear Span fabric structures… Read More »

Do Not Miss On Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Higher Omega-3 Levels May Help Boost Cognitive Skills In Elderly

Older adults with higher levels of key nutrients like Omega-3 in the blood are more likely to have efficient brain connectivity that can boost their cognitive skills, finds a study. The findings, from the University of Illinois (UI), showed that several nutrient biomarkers in the blood like Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, carotenoids, lycopene, riboflavin, folate,… Read More »

Study: Overuse Of Antibiotics Is High In Common Urology Procedures

Antibiotics are being overused in patients undergoing common urological procedures, which exposes them to potential harm including an increased risk of infection by C. difficile bacteria, researchers warned. Clostridium difficile, often called C. difficile, is a bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhoea to potentially fatal inflammation of the colon. The study showed that almost 60… Read More »