Preksha
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Preksha is passionate about writing articles that will inspire readers to make better choices. You will find her eating desserts for lunch, dinner and any time of the day. Also, she is the chief playlist engineer for any road trip.

Treadmill Walking for Seniors

As age catches up with you, you find it difficult to stay fit. The risks associated with lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and arthritis increases with every passing birthday. However, old age does not equate to living sedentary life marked by the constant struggle against life-threatening diseases or diminishing body strength. The […]

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Why do washing machines smell ?

For a washing machine to bring out your clothes clean, with nice and fresh scents, washing machine itself must be clean and free of foul odours. Washing machines can get really smelly after a few months of usage. Some people have complained of their washing machines smelling as bad as rotten eggs. Your washing machine […]

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Are Air Coolers Safe and Effective?

Getting through summer is now made easy through the introduction of air coolers in the market. These are great alternatives for air conditioners, especially if you want an eco-friendly, energy-saving, affordable, and more economical cooling system. Since they are inexpensive to operate and easier to maintain, a lot of consumers are now considering these rather […]

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How to Choose the Best Air Cooler Size?

Air coolers emerged as one of the most effective cooling systems in the last decade. A good number of consumers consider opting for air cooler because of its many advantages. They are popular not only because they are environmentally friendly but also budget-friendly when compared to other cooling systems such as air conditioners.  Because of […]

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Reasons why patients with lung diseases (COPD) need good indoor air quality

According to the World Health Organization, over 3.8 million people die a premature death resulting from illnesses that are linked to household air pollution. Among these people, 20% suffers from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (COPD). COPD is a lung disease characterized as a chronic inflammatory response in the airways and the lung to noxious particles […]

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