How to be debit card safe #infographic

For several decades, mankind has been actively using plastic cards. Today it is not necessary to carry in a purse a large pile of papers of different denominations because all of your money funds are in your hand and on the same plastic money document.

Because of the transition to electronic money, scammers come up with new ways to get someone else’s. Therefore, the safety of your card, especially the debit card, is something that necessary to pay attention and observe the rules during operation. They are introduced to each client of any financial institution. You can not guarantee that your card is 100% secure, and if the financial statement assures you of this, then be sure that this is not true. Ideal protection does not happen as scammers are always trying to hack the system.

At the same time, observing the rules for the operation of the plastic card, you can protect yourself, your checking account and your money from frauds. This infographic by Unity One gives you nine useful tips to keep our debit card safe.

An infographic by Unity One.

Flooding Complications to Look Out For #infographic

The three major hurricanes of 2017, Harvey, Irma, and Maria left a lot of damage in their wake, For homeowners whose homes could be repaired, the road is filled with insurance and restoration challenges. As they prepare to take on this challenge, there are flooding complications that every homeowner should be aware of. The complications from electrical, mold and foundation damage should be top of the mind for these homeowners.

Signs of foundation damage include a learning chimney, cracks in your walls, and sinking spots near foundation walls. Mold damage is usually identified by a visible growth, distinct smell, or a gradual onset of allergies. Lastly, electrical damage can typically be identified by flickering lights or outlets that are hot to the touch. If you’re concerned that your home may have previously suffered from water damage or if it recently suffered from water damage, make sure to check out all of the possible signs of water damage. Follow the recommended actions, and never enter a home that was flooded without having a professional check it out first.

An infographic by B-AIR.

7 Tips On How To Choose A Robotic Vacuum Cleaner #infographic

We have left behind those days when a partner, especially the woman, stayed at home to prepare the food, take care of the kids and clean the house. Now, whether you live alone or with someone, we have or want to dedicate less time to that cleaning part. That’s why we invented robotic vacuum cleaners.

They are little, funny appliances; but to choose the right one, there are some points you should bear in mind. For example, it’s not the same if you have a big shop or a little apartment. You might want your robot to collect your pets’ hair or to avoid the Lego obstacle course your kid built in the living room.

To help you in this endeavor, robotbox has prepared an infographic which includes 7 handy tips. From charging time to price range and cleaning filters, they cover every relevant aspect in the decision making. After reading it, you’ll be ready to buy your own robotic vacuum cleaner!

7 Tips On How To Choose A Robotic Vacuum Cleaner

An infographic by robotbox.

10 Oral Hygiene Tips #infographic

Have you always dreamed of having a perfect smile? Would you like to have lovely white teeth? Well, everything starts with creating a dental health routine. And it is easier than you may think!

The team at Yaletown Dental has visualised ten useful tips to help you keep a clean and healthy mouth. You probably wash your teeth at least 3 times a day but there are a few other things you can do to prevent crooked teeth and other common gum diseases.

Check out the infographic below to learn more about how to start and maintain a good oral hygiene.

oral hygiene infographic

An infographic by Yale Town Dental.

Tips for Treating and Controlling Chronic Pain #Infographic #ChronicPain

Pain is our body’s way of telling us that there is something wrong – that something is functioning not like how it should be, and that is damaging our body. While there are many kinds of feelings of pain – from sudden jolts, pain that feel like sharp, constant stabbing, to a blurred pain that lasts for a while – they all tell the same thing in the end.

Pain can be classified into two depending on how long they last. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke determines two kinds of pain according to this category: acute and chronic pain.

Acute pain is a temporary discomfort and can last up to 6 months at most. It may be due to simple complications and injuries and fades over time until the complication heals fully. Chronic pain, meanwhile, persists longer – even up to years. This kind of pain can either range from mild to excruciating, episodic or continuous, or inconvenient to incapacitating.

Chronic pain can affect our lives greatly – from our ability to do physical activity, our mental health, and our lifestyles. However, we do not have to completely succumb to chronic pain. Even in simple ways, we can help alleviate the pain we feel. Check out this infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare to find out how.

An infographic by Euro-American Connections & Homecare.