Beware of using your activity tracking device, be it expensive or not.This can save your life or harm you. How?The information being stored has been used at the doctor's office to help diagnose the presence of illness. The doctor will compare your information with their office numbers. We are more relaxed and active when away from the doctor; so, you can see how this will give the doctor a more complete picture of your well being. If you are lost, the gps will help locate you.
Water is life. However, you should note that this assertion is only accurate when you the quality of water that you consume is good enough for human consumption. In this regard, high-quality water has a lot of benefits and the Center for Disease Control & and Prevention, popularly known as CDC advises people to drink up to 8, 8-ounce glasses of water every day. Therefore, drinking water is an important aspect of staying healthy.
Posted by Karen Cole @ Wednesday, June 01, 2016 @ 06:56am
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