Magbility - expert help for the newly disabled Written by malcolm james pugh
Magbility is a highly regarded business based near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England with a reputation stretching back to before Internet. Now, we are extending same knowledgeable and professional service to our Web based customers. We have expert staff on hand to answer your technical queries and build a tailor made solution to fit your needs. Products to make someone more mobile are often bought by, or for, vulnerable or infirm - take risk out of purchase and talk to our experienced care advisors that have been specially trained to understand our customer's needs and requirements. We supply and install a wide range of stairlifts that can be designed to fit almost any accommodation. Our experienced designers will discuss your specific requirements with you and take all measurements needed to provide a quality, safe installation. Whether your flight of steps goes straight or around corners, Magbility can provide appropriate track to meet your needs. All our stairlifts can be fitted by our qualified engineers in an hour and come with a 12 month warranty, rapid response safety sensors and a swivel seat to ease getting on and off. They also fold away compactly and come in a range of colours. Talk to Magbility to experts in design, supply and installation of stairlifts. We even offer a free, no obligation home survey carried out by qualified engineers who will answer any questions you have and give you free professional advice to assist you in understanding your options.
How Japanese women stay so thin.Written by Eric Newman
The rate of obesity in Japan is lowest for all developed nations. This also partially explains why they have longest life expectancy of any race. But how do Japanese stay so thin?
One of main keys to a thin society is exercise. Studies now show that areas with good public transportation have on average a better BMI (Body Mass Index) than those areas which do not. Why would that be? It all comes down to exercise. The people in areas with “working” public transportation on average walk almost 10 times more on a daily basis than places where a driving commute is more common. The truth is even best public transportation is slightly inconvenient. Meaning that you will find yourself walking a distance to pick up point and from your drop off point to your destination. When you commute in a car you walk to your car (usually 100ft or so) then sit till you get to your destination. Japan has one of best public transportation systems in world. Most people from school age on use it as a commute and for daily chores. This greatly contributes to their thin waist lines.