You'll decrease your chances of getting sick in the first place by washing your hands regularly, getting plenty of sleep on a regular schedule, eating healthfully, and exercising regularly. Also, as far as the common cold and other minor illnesses go, the more you are exposed to, this higher your immunity.
by StricktlyDating 5 years ago
Will regularly editing my Hubs decrease page rank?I regularly update my Hubs, especially my quotes Hubs, but have come to think this could be affecting their page ranK? Some work I have reported as Copyright Infringement (Copy/paste of my page) has ranked higher than my Hub in Google search...
by Ashok Goyal 6 years ago
Researchers the world over are desperately trying for an anti aging formula so as to increase longevity of the human beings or at least to slow down the aging process.What is aging?Have you ever seen an iron rod, iron gate or grill without enamel paint - subjected to sun, air and rain. It...
by Sushma Webber 6 years ago
Do you suffer from back pain? If so, what do you do to get some relief from it?I have suffered from back pain since I over-strained it while working on computers five years ago. I have tried acupuncture and other things but still have not found a solution. I am planning to do back strengthening...
by Mark Pitts 6 years ago
Does social media help increase or decrease understanding of different religious or social views?
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
Is anyone else seeing an increase in traffic but a decrease in profits?My traffic is steadily increasing, but my earnings are not. Is anyone else experiencing this or am I alone? I know traffic doesn't determine revenue, but a large majority of my traffic is from google, so I would expect to see my...
by tnvrstar 6 years ago
Don't you think creating a sub-domain will decrease your traffic?I mean If I crease a new subdomain then google has to rank them newly. Some of my Hubs are getting good traffic from google. I fear that creating a new Hub will decrease traffic. Tell me about your experience. I expect answers from...
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