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What is the Colour of Your Personality?

If you were asked to choose one colour, what will it be? There’s a high chance that it will be a blue. Surveys from all over the world put blue is the number 1 colour that people choose. In a YouGov survey conducted on people from 10 countries in 4 continents, it was found that in the UK 33% of people like blue (the highest), to 23% in Indonesia (the lowest). So it appears that at almost at least a quarter of the people like blue. Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Boeing, Visa, Paypal – many of the most prominent tech companies in the world spot a blue-coloured logo. So, why is blue such a popular colour? Experts put it down to...

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How to Protect Your Eyelids from Cancer

Eyelids…what? You read correctly, eyelid cancer. When we talk about protecting ourselves from the sun, from prolonged exposure to UV rays, what do we think of? Naturally, we tend to think of protection for our skin, particularly those on our arms and face. We will also think of protecting our eyes from the sun’s rays. But eyelid cancer? We hardly ever think about that, much less thinking that it can occur to us. Yet, it is more prevalent than we think. According to Cancer.Net, a patient information website of ASCO – The American Society of Clinical Oncology, the eyelid is a common place that skin cancer is found. It adds, “About 85% to 95% of eyelid cancers in non-Asian countries...

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How to Choose a Good Pair of Sunglasses for Runners

Granted, many people associate sunglasses with fashion. In truth, sunglasses are not merely fashion accessories,  but are essentials for protecting our eyes. This is especially true for those living in the tropics. And if you’re an active sports person, you will appreciate the protection you can give to your eyes. People living in the tropics, because of having more direct exposure to the sun, will face greater risks of UV damage to the eyes. Even those living in temperate countries are not spared. During summer, because of the direct angle of the sun, you will experience greater exposure to harmful UV rays. Also, those living in higher altitudes, because of the thinner atmosphere, will also be exposed to greater UV...

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