Too Much Snoring and Sleep Apnea Can Escalate Risk of Death

  According to a recent result of a study, moderate to extreme sleep apnea can escalate the risk of death for middle-aged adults, particularly men. The new findings have the firmest evidence to support their statement. Overall, the study participants with extreme sleep apnea are 46% at risk compared to those who do not have such disorder. Particularly, men aged between 40 and 70 years old with extreme sleep apnea are twice more likely to die than those who don’t.   Frequent, too much snoring can be a sign of sleep apnea.  Sleep apnea is one of today’s common disorders which happen when the throat’s back muscle of a person relaxes. Once the upper airway narrows during sleep, this causes a person’s breathing to be difficult or wholly blocked. Other studies have also associated unattended sleep apnea with obesity, diabetes and overweight. Aside from that, untreated sleep apnea can worsen due to excessive daytime sleepiness which reduces performance at school and in the workplace and thus, increases the risk of unfortunate injuries and death from drowsy driving and other similar accidents.   In the US, over 12 million adult people are believed to have sleep apnea. This is an alarming[…]






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The Warning – The New Indie Horror Movie That Leaves Audiences With Nightmares Receives Five Star Ratings

  Summer Moore, who has written numerous screenplays, has released a new horror film that brings people nightmares even when they are awake. The Warning is an Indie film that was written and stars Summer Moore. For people who do not mind going to bed with the lights on after watching one of the most talked about indie horror films of 2015, can watch The Warning on iTunes and Google Play stores. Actress and writer Summer Moore has received rave reviews for her latest acting role as a TV journalist in the new horror film The Warning. The film that was written by Summer centers around Manitou Springs, and the urban legends, rumors, and the creepy going-on in the 80s and 90s that left some people to afraid to go out after dark. According to Talk show host Geraldo Rivera, the town is the devil worshipping capital of the world, and now thanks to the film and Summer Moore, the audience can feel the same fear that residents felt every time they heard a strange noise that was unexplained. The Warning, which has been compared to the Blaire Witch Project, has been called one of the scariest horror films of[…]






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Amazon Announces The Launch Of The Safe Travel Money Belt That Uses RFID Blocking Protection To Keep Important Items Safe

  Safe Travel Money Belt – Pack Pocket for Passport and Credit Card Holder – Money Waist Pouch with Full RFID Blocking Protection- Plus Bonus Travel Tips Book “Travel In Style   Amazon, the largest online shopping network has today announced they have added a new travel security product to their online shopping platform. The Safe Travel Money Belt provides a security solution for people going on vacation who want to protect their money, passport and valuables from pickpockets.   The Safe Travel Money Belt, which is currently available for a limited discounted price, uses modern technology to protect people against electronic fraud. The RFID lining provides a perfect security solution that protects credit and debit cards from being cloned and stops unauthorized money transfers.   In Europe, there is an increase in pickpocket crime, which includes Benidorm, Barcelona, Rome, Madrid, Malaga, Bulgaria and the UK. Each week criminals make tens of thousands of dollars through physical pickpocketing and electronic pickpocketing where they gain access to credit and debit cards that are unprotected.   Police forces all around the world are reporting pickpocketing crime is on the increase. By using hidden scanners, thieves can easily steal credit card information from[…]






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Arrow Electronics Value Recovery processing facilities in EMEA and USA achieve outstanding audit results

  Arrow’s Value Recovery business has successfully passed a gruelling programme of scheduled and unannounced audits by the Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance.   December 2015 – In January 2015, Arrow Electronics’ Value Recovery business added its North American processing facilities to the company’s existing Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (ADISA) certification programme. Since then, ADISA has carried out eight audits at Arrow Value Recovery sites in EMEA and the USA, and all have passed without exception.    Founder of ADISA, Steve Mellings picks up the story, “Arrow has been very clear that its service offering is truly international, and the company’s approach to ADISA certification certainly shows the confidence of that approach. As part of their certification programme, we treat all their sites as a single entity—so if one site fails, the whole company fails meaning the pressure on the individual teams at Arrow is high.”   The ADISA Audit programme includes scheduled full audits and, more importantly, a series of completely unannounced audits that includes random forensic analysis of up to 10 different devices on each visit.    Scott Venhaus, Global Director of Compliance at Arrow adds, “Having ADISA certification as part of Arrow’s Value Recovery[…]






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