All posts tagged: virus

[Infographic] The #1 Daily Routine for Seniors

As one grows older, it only becomes harder and harder to plan out your days and stick to a healthy way of life on a daily basis. Mastering a productive daily routine can be quite the process, especially if you can’t think of a place to start. That’s why we here at Cascade Group Bellewood have created

[Inforgraphic] Facts and myths about the Flu

I think it is safe to say that winter has officially hit South Africa. Let’s hope our winter will not be as long and cold as our northern hemisphere neighbor’s. The United Kingdom was hit by the Beast-from-the-East, where temperatures fell below -18 degrees Celsius. The United States of America,  especially central and eastern U.S., experienced

How Ozone Attacks Disease

Looking at a diseased cell electrochemically, the first thing that differentiates it from normal cells is that the protein coating that surrounds it is contoured distinctly. The disease that has invaded the cell is parasitical, drawing off the cellular electricity or ‘life force’ of its host. This creates ‘cell stress’ and under these conditions, the

Ozone Therapy and the Flu

Winter is in full swing in South Africa and it looks like we’re in for a cold one. Temperatures are 1-4 degrees lower than previous years and snow has been reported across the country. For all our international readers, snow in SA is not a regular occurrence. The average winter temperatures range between a low

Nutritional Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Most of us don’t mind the odd piece of dark chocolate here and there, but how guilty should you feel after eating it? Well, not guilty at all! Much research have been done over the past few years on the benefits of dark chocolate and to my delight most effects are positive. Dark chocolate is

How do germs spread?

As a bit of a germaphobe, I tend to be a bit over the top when it comes to the spreading of germs. I will not touch public surfaces like counter tops, escalator railings, railings on stairs or elevator buttons. I get severely irritable when people stand too close to me in a queue and

The Ebola Virus

The Ebola Virus first appeared in 1976. The first two outbreaks occurred in Nzara, Sudan and Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. Ebola can be fatal to humans, there is no known treatment and vaccinations are currently being tested. This virus was first transferred to humans by sick animals or carcusses of bats, chimpanzees, gorillas, monkeys,

Sweat: The big picture

It is a fact that we all sweat, some more than others. We are all born with sweat glands, which activate as soon as we hit puberty. It has been calculated that women on average have more sweat glands than men, but a man’s sweat glands are more active. The most common cause for sweating