Lifeline Screening a simple test to Prevent serious problems


As we get older our risks for diseases increase exspecially over the age of 55. Many of us live by the rule “no symptoms, no problems”. However, that is not always the case. Many diseases start without any symptoms and by the time the symptoms do appear the disease has already reached an advanced stage. Life line is a preventive health screening that can check for problems before a serious illness occurs. Lifeline screenings are available in 48 states and in convinient areas such as churches, civic centers and many more places. Lifeline screenings are done by professional nurses and doctors who use every measure to make sure the screenings are of the highest quality. Lifeline screenings were responsible for diagnosing over 62,000 illnessess last year alone. Learn more about Lifeline Screening at Wikipedia.

There are many steps to preparing for a Lifeline screening. Please be sure to ask about eating for it varies on the type of screening you choose. You must wear loose fitting clothing, preferably a 2 piece out fit. Do not wear any jewelry or any type of lotion. Also if you bring a cell phone you must make sure it is turned off. Depending on the type of tests you choose be prepared to spend a hour or more at the lifeline screening. Once you have arrived your first step will be payment processing and paperwork, Lifeline provides a comfortable waiting area for you to do these things. There will be many procedures done such as blood tests, EKG’s, vital signs, bone density screenings and a few more, depending of the type of screening you have chosen. Be sure when scheduling your tests to asks questions such as what type of tests will be done to fully prepare you for your lifeline screening.

There are several benefits to having the Lifeline screening done, one of which is peace of mine. As we age we began to worry about our health and if we will have such problems such as heart attacks or cancer, a simple Lifeline screening can eliminate those worries and potentially save lives. Many will walk away from the screening with good news and tests showing there is nothing wrong, however some may walk away having had a serious illness spotted and a chance to stop it before real damage is done. Either way, Lifeline Screenings benefit everyone and provide a healthier and happier way of life. Read more:https://patch.com/texas/across-tx/how-lifeline-screening-can-help-you-lead-healthier-longer-life

Waiakea Water Introduces First Fully Degradeable Plastic Bottle

Waiakea Water is a Hawaii-based bottled water company that was founded in 2012. Company founder Ryan Emmons spent time in the state as a youth and was impressed with Hawaiian culture and value systems. Ryan learned that Hawaiian values focused more on human and environmental capital in contrast to only concerning oneself with the accumulation of wealth. Ryan Emmons was determined to make this philosophy a vital part of his business.

Waiakea Water has branded itself on the concept of sustainability. For the company, sustainability is not just a generic term used to further the cause of gaining more sells but is actually present in all functions of company operations. Ryan Emmons explains that the company produces volcanic water and has a potential output capability of 740 millions gallons per day. To put that in perspective, the entire bottled water consumption of the United States of America is 2 million gallons of water per day. With regards to sustainability however, Waiakea Water is not only concerned with water production. The company has also made great strides in producing bottles for their water that will provide sustainability and do less harm to people and the environment.

Waiakea Water plans to in the next year begin to using water bottles that are fully degradable. These bottles will be made with TimePlast and are 100% recyclable. TimePlast is and additive for the nano degradation of plastic. Waiakea will be the first company to use TimePlast for its bottles.

Much time and expend has been spent to develop this product. Approximately 1200 experiments over a five year period were conducted to produce a plastic with the same qualities as regular plastic.http://www.phillypurge.com/2017/10/06/how-waiakea-water-is-changing-the-plastic-water-bottle-industry/

In addition to being a friend to the economy and a supporter of relevant social issues, Waiakea Water contributes to many deserving charities. Waiakea is committed to doing its part to assure that all enjoy clean water. To date, the company has provided hundreds of millions of gallons of water to those in need. A favorite mantra of Waiakea Water is “Malama I Ka Aina,” a Hawaiian term that translates in English to “Care for the land.” And it is this concept that is evident in all of Waiakea’s activities.