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    present When not to fly

    When not to fly
    2survival kit1 - When not to fly
    Being in an aeroplane can make certain medical conditions worse. Ask your doctor whether you need to reschedule your trip if:

    l You had abdominal, eye or chest surgery in the last couple of weeks. Gases inside your body expand during flight, causing swelling thats painful and that could also interfere with would healing.

    l Youre wearing a rigid cast. The limb in the plaster cast is likely to swell.

    l You have a cold or other respiratory infection thats blocking your eustachian tubes. But if you really must get on a plane, taking a decongestant (nasal spray or pill) can help keep tubes open; also drink lots of water to counter the planes dehydrating effects.

    Spice of Life
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    Global research shows that turmeric (rich in the phytochemical curcumin) is an antiflammatory, antiseptic, anti-bacterial, antioxidiant and analgesic.

    The yellow tuber:

    n Prevents flatulence, ulcers, heart disease; protects the liver (clearing out toxins)--raw turmeric is recommended for jaundice

    n Facilitates scrabbing if applied on rashes (even chicken pox)l eases sprains, strains, bruises or itching if applied along with honey

    n Soothes respiratory trouble (cough, asthma)

    n Draws out pus from infected wounds/boils Dont try turmeric as a remedy if you have a bile duct blockage, blood clotting disorder or stomach ulcer.

    Avoid concentrated/medicinal turmeric if trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding.

    DOs & Donts Seven rules for contact users
    1. Do not sleep with lenses on. Continuously worn contacts rub away cornea, causing tiny rips that invite infection and may lead to vision loss.

    2. Never use homemade saline solutions. They might harbour a microorganism that can scar the cornea and cause partial or complete blindness.

    3. Never wear two pairs of lenses simultaneously.
    Neverwear cosmetic lenses over your corrective lenses--they may get stuck!

    4. Clean and disinfect lenses when you remove them. If they are disposable, throw them away within the time prescribed.

    5. Stick with one lens-care regimen. Follow the routine specified for your lens type.

    6. Remove lenses before swimming/bathing. Hard lenses may float out when your eyes get wet; Soft lenses are likely to absorb impurities in the water.

    7. Get glasses before cleaning up. Make the switch whenever using household cleaners containing ammonia or other volatile chemicals.



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    Default Re: When not to fly

    Nice sharing.
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    Default Re: When not to fly

    Hmmmmmm Thx 4 Sharing
    پھر یوں ہوا کے درد مجھے راس آ گیا

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