Author Archive: Eric San Juan

Pest Hazards: Risks, Warning Signs, Prevention And Cure

Contributed Post Picture by Pixabay Your home should be your fortress, a place you can feel relaxed, let your guard down and not have to worry about potential hazards in your home affecting your health and safety. By increasing your awareness on issues that could be affecting your home, you will begin to notice the signs of pests early and prevent them worsening over time. This post explains the warning signs of pests, the risk they can pose to your health and home, and how you can prevent and cure pest infestations. Pests According to Statista, the pest control market grew by 2.8% between 2013 and 2018 as the demand for pesticide products and professional services increased in the U.S. These services include small scale…
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Thing To Bear In Mind When Car Shopping

Contributed Post Photo by Free-Photos from Pixabay When you’re looking into purchasing a new car it can feel like there are too many options and making a decision is too hard. The majority of car buyers are looking for a vehicle that will get them from A to B and for that reason won’t be too concerned with the extras that are available when making a purchase. There are of course drivers out there who are looking for the best performance suspension or other ways to improve on the car they buy. But, focussing on the average consumer let’s take a look at some of the things your car should and could have. Specs While we can all rejoice at the amount of information at…
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Is a Career in Health Care Right for You?

Contributed Post https://unsplash.com/photos/hIgeoQjS_iE A career in health care is one that appeals to many of us when we are younger. We like the idea of using our lives to help others and of doing something that society deems useful with our time. We see careers in health care as respectable and fulfilling. Health care is even a popular choice with older people looking for a career change. Many women go on to be midwives or nurses in later life, and older people often start work in care homes, even if they don’t want to go back to school to get extra qualifications to work in other areas of health. But, despite being a popular ambition, the health care sector struggles. There always seems to be…
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Gun Violence – What’s Happening, What Isn’t, And What To Do About It

Contributed Post If you have taken as much as a passing glance at the news over the past two years, it’s very easy to come to the conclusion that everyone in the country is suddenly armed to the teeth and always ready to pull the trigger. It has a lot of people whipped up into an understandable frenzy, and there are real threats out there, but it’s important to maintain a level of realism about what the threat actually is and what we can do about it. Pic Link The facts To say that gun violence isn’t a problem in the country would be untrue. It is true that we see more gun deaths per capita than most other places in the world is true….
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For When You’re Struggling With Mondays…

Contributed Post Mondays are always a bit of a tough one to navigate: either you’re someone who has no trouble with them whatsoever, and you’re always looking forward to a new week filled with new possibilities, or you’re someone who dreads setting your alarm on a Sunday night, and you’re not looking forward to tomorrow at all. And when quite a few of us fall into the latter thought process of things, clearly there’s something that needs to be done about it. There’s a coworker you can’t stand plaguing the office, or you’ve got your sister in law coming over to stay for a week and you just can’t be around her for very long. Or maybe Mondays are always troubling to you, and you’re…
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