Times are tough for everyone right now. As a community, we all need to work hard to keep each other healthy and in positive spirits.Worldwide, we are now in a new mindset and take unique precautions that wehaven't had to take before.Our goal is to keep businesses open by keeping staff and patrons safe and healthy throughout this pandemic and beyond.
As the crisp air approaches and the colder weather starts to creep in, the more businesses and establishmentsmustreturnindoors again. This means businessesmust think of creative, effective, and safe ways to keep their establishments profitable while protecting their employees and customers. In today's times, health and wellness are at the forefront of everyone's minds. Why not limit health risks with a simple and efficient way to disinfect your frequently used belongings?
In one ofour recent blog articleswe posted the question, when is the last time you disinfected your mobile device? The ability for bacteria to linger and multiply on the surfaces of these devices make that a very important question for those working in germ sensitive environments.
Most people enter the hospital hoping to feel better after they leave, but for 1.7 million Americans every year, this simply isn’t the case. Hospital Acquired Infections, also called HAIs or nosocomial infections, are infections that a hospital patient can develop as a result of their hospital stay (Martin & McFerran, 2008). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that roughly 99,000 deaths each year are related to HAIs (Klevens et al., 2007).
So how exactly are students using tablets in schools? Neilsen tackled this issue in a recent poll, and found that students over the age of 13 are primarily using tablets for internet searches, email, and reading books. The full results of this survey are available below.
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