What Really Happens If You Don’t Wash Your Towels Regularly?

  © Getty Images The Situation: It’s laundry day, but you’re just too busy to wash more than one load. Since you’re not into going to work naked, that load is full of pants, shirts, and underwear. You promise yourself you’ll do the towels next week, but when the next laundry day rolls around, you’re too busy again. And the next. And the next. Before long you can’t even remember the last time you threw a load of towels in the wash. And suddenly that towel you keep reusing is not exactly fresh. What You’re Worried About: A skin infection! Or athlete’s foot. (Commonly picked up at the gym…like these

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Decorous language, dialogue and tolerance vital in 2016

By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai Ghana might have had a checkered past especially in 2015 when we experienced floods and fires, political upheavals that claimed the lives of some political activists and strike actions by some doctors and teachers who were also fighting to enforce their demands. However the beginning of New Year 2016 seems to benefit from appeals and prayers by men of God, politicians and chiefs for a trouble free and peaceful year leading upto the presidential and parliamentary elections to be held to chose the next leader for the nation. Come what may one out of the candidates such as President John Mahama of National Democratic Congress (NDC)

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Let’s mount surveillance on fire prone gas depots.

By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai Ghana had her fair share of fire and storm disasters  this year especially when dozens of people lost their lives  at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle  during the June 3 floods in Accra and some parts of  the country . Parts of Ghana, including the capital, Accra, experienced 48 hour  torrential rain, resulting in widespread flooding which has left many homeless and thousands without power and  an explosion at a Goil petrol station  near GCB Bank   in Circle  Accra that  left between 70 and 95 people dead. . If that was very serious the latest   happenings in Australia and Nigeria during natural and unnatural disasters must be

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A Long and healthy relationship leads to happiness-psychiatrists

A Study by psychiatrists for over 75years  has shown that the people who fared the best and were happy in life were the people who leaned in to relationships, with family, with friends and with community © Getty Images/Pascal Le Segretain Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt The sum total of the studies by a Harvard psychiatrist says three things are the secret to real happiness saying that Happiness is one of the most important things in life, yet it’s also one of the hardest to study. Psychiatrist Robert Waldinger is the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, one of the longest and most complete studies of adult life

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Would you pay $1m or more for a mobile phone?

By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai Am yet to come across anybody who has bought a mobile phone at a million dollars or more. However information trickling in reveals that some phones cost as much as a million dollars or more. The phones are just like any other handsets with the features to perform various functions such as conversation, text and various messaging, transfer of cash and banking and internet facilities. An article written on line by Ejaz Khan on the cost of phones says that, a Phone is a major requirement of our daily lives whose prices vary widely ranging from the cheapest phones up to the most expensive mobile phone

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