Sunday, September 25, 2016

Website review: Niume.com


I recently joined Niume.com and I must say I am enjoying the site very much. 





What are Spheres?


There are 20 Spheres on Niume or Channels ranging from 

•  Animals
•  Architecture & Design
•  Art
•  Business & Finance
•  Culture
•  Fashion
•  Food
•  Games
•  Humour
•  Interesting
•  Lifestyle
•  Literature
•  Movies & Series
•  Music
•  News
•  Photography
•  Science
•  Sport
•  Technology
•  Travel


What are Hypes?

Hypes are basically Likes and Dislikes. You can help increase the Hype by pressing the Like button. These votes are anonymous.


How Do you Earn?


You can earn money on Niume by submitting sharing posts. For every 1000 views you earn a dollar. Money is paid by Paypal when you accumulate $10.

The posts do not need to be long and can be as short as 5 sentences but they need a picture or a video. Interesting content gets shared very quickly. 


Referral Link:



If you wish to share Niume,please use my referral link:

https://niume.com/?ambassadorID=54571

With Niume's referral program you will receive $1 for every user you bring to the platform who creates at least one post. Any user we bring will also receive $1 straight after creating their first post.

On many other websites, you have to write long articles but Niume is fun. I have not seen a daily limit as yet and some posts are stunning and very beautifully presented. 

Two other things I like about Niume is that we can have the freedom to delete our posts and we can keep on earning on our older posts if we keep sharing them.


Check out My Posts



Coke Studio: Bringing you the Best of Pakistani Music


See you there!

UPDATE:

There have been some changes to their analytic system and now views to our articles have dropped drastically. It takes a long time to accumulate the required views to reach payment threshold. Not so much fun any more :(




Tuesday, September 6, 2016

10 Tips to Prevent Spread of Infectious Diseases

Most infectious diseases are passed from person to person, or get transmitted via bites from insects or animals. Other ways of getting infected are by eating contaminated food and water or coming in contact with virus and germs present in the environment. 




Our habits play a big role in determining whether we stay immune to infectious diseases or get infected easily. Here are some tips to prevent the spread of infectious diseases at home, school and workplace.
Wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol sanitizers frequently especially before eating, before and after preparing food and after going to the toilet.

You should also wash hands thoroughly if you have been to a public place, have been gardening, petting an animal, taking out trash or handling garbage.

Hands should be washed thoroughly after cleaning up body fluids such as vomit, nasal secretions, blood or saliva.

Do not share personal items such as tooth brushes, towels, undergarments, shaving razors and combs with other people. Be especially careful, if you live in a dorm, hostel or any other shared residence.

Stay at home and avoid crowded places when you have flu and cough.

Wash vegetables and fruits thoroughly to get rid of all germs, dust and traces of pesticides
Keep toilets and kitchens clean. These places can harbor a lot of germs and prove to be breeding ground for many infectious diseases.

Use antiseptics and disinfectants when necessary. Antiseptics are things that destroy disease carrying germs without harming body tissues such as Dettol while disinfectants are used on kitchen counters, floors, bathrooms etc to destroy disease carrying micro-organisms.





Get vaccinated for flu, hepatitis B, chicken pox and make sure your children get vaccinated against childhood diseases such as polio, mumps, measles and rubella.

If you are suffering from flu, cold or cough, always cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough. Dispose off used tissues properly and avoid close contact with other people.

Even if you cannot stay healthy every single day of your life, good hygiene and thorough cleanliness ensure that you spend more time enjoying life than visiting hospitals and getting medical treatments.

Tips to Prevent Food Poisoning

During the summer season, bacteria and fungi can cause food to rot or decay and make it unfit for human consumption. Mould can grow quickly on bread or oranges and cause them to rot and turn green. Similarly bacteria can breed quickly in milk or curry that is left at room temperature and cause it to turn sour.




Some bacteria like E.coli can cause food poisoning which can result in diarrhea, vomiting, severe stomach cramps. It is very important to know how to store food so that we and our loved ones are safe from food contamination and food poisoning.


→Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before handling food, before eating and after using the toilet.

→Cook food thoroughly at high temperature.

→If you are buying packaged food, then always check the expiry date.

→Avoid canned food in which cans are badly dented or bloated.

→Avoid food with torn seals or open packaging.

→Wash all fruits and vegetable thoroughly once you get home from shopping. Let them dry on a rack or basket with holes so that water seeps out before storing them in relevant fridge compartments.

→Do not leave fresh milk or cooked food at room temperature. Always store it in refrigerators in proper containers.

→If you are re-heating food, do so thoroughly till steam appears.

→Do not let blood of fresh meat drip into other frozen foods. Again use proper containers.

→Wipe kitchen tops with hot water after working with raw meat, raw eggs, fish and vegetables. Wash chopping boards, knives and other utensils too.

→I always wash my kitchen cloths and sponges in hot water with little detergent and hang them in sunlight because it kills odors and bacteria.

→Don’t let leftover food stay inside your fridge for long. Otherwise they will turn into specimen for science experiment.

Food poisoning can be fatal so be extra careful in summer.


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