Is it true that hydrogen peroxide prevents infection of cuts and bruises?

Hydrogen peroxide may make the wound more susceptible to infection instead of making it heal faster.

Hydrogen Peroxide commonly known as agua oxigenada, is a metabolic toxin that kills the infection-causing bacteria at the site of the wound, but it may also eat away our own cells called antibodies, the ones that rush into sites of injury to fight infectious agents. When our antibodies wear away because of Hydrogen Peroxide, the wound will heal more slowly, thereby increasing the risk of it becoming infected.

What should really be done when one get cut or wounded is to clean the wound with water or alcohol or apply normal saline, which is available at the local drug store, bandage it with a clean cloth or gauze so that it will not be further exposed to infective agents. Some people prefer to let their wound dry up by exposing it to the air, but it is really more advisable to protect and sanitize the wound instead of exposing it to potentially dirty air.

So, you have to take good care of yourself always but if you can't avoid getting wounded, be sure to clean the wound properly and keep hydrogen peroxide away.


I climbed the door and opened the stairs
Said my pajamas and pull on my prayers
Then turned off the bed and crawled into the light
All because you kissed me goodnight

Next morning I woke and scrambled my shoes
Polished my eggs and toasted the news
I could not tell my left from my right
All because you kissed me goodnight

That evening at last I felt normal again
So I picked up the my brother and called up the phone
I spoke to the puppy and threw Dad a bone
Even at midnight the sun was still bright
All becuse you kissed me goodnight.

Playing computer games: good or bad?

Playing computer games could be fun and entertaining. It is a trend nowadays. Most children even adults are hooked with games like these. It is important to know the effects of computer games so that gamers like you would have a more sound decision in choosing which games are good for you..

Good Effects

  • Video-game playing introduces children to computer technology.
  • Games can practice children in following directions.
  • some games provide practice in problem solving and logic.
  • Games can provide practice in using fine motor skills.
  • Games can provide occasions for parent and child to play together.
  • Some games have therapeutic applications with patients.
  • Games are entertaining and fun.

The Bad Effects

  • Overdependence on video games may make someone antisocial, as most games are often played alone.
  • Playing violent acts may contribute to aggressive behavior.
  • Game environments are often based on plots of violence, aggression, and gender bias. Women are often portrayed as weaker characters that are helpless and provocative.
  • Many games only offer an arena of weapons, killings, kicking, stabbing, and shooting.
  • Playing violent video games may be related to aggressive behavior.
  • Academic performance may be negatively affected due to over-all time spent playing video games.

What to Do

Researcher suggests the following ways to tell if a game is potentially harmful:

  1. Pay the game yourself, or have someone demonstrate it for you.
  2. Ask yourself the following questions:
  • Does the game involve some charaters trying to harm others?
  • Does this happen frequently, that is, more than once or twice in 30 minutes?
  • Is the harm rewarded in any way?
  • Is the harm depicted as humorous?
  • Are nonviolent solutions absent or less fun than the violent ones?
  • Are realistic consequences of violence absent from the game?

If the answer to two or more questions is yes, then think very carefully before buying or playing those games.


  • Effects of Video Game Playing on Children.
  • Gentile, Douglas A. The effects of video games on children: what parents need to know.
  • Rufus, Vinci. Computer and Video Games: The Pros and
  • Strategies for parents around computer and video

I Am Because I Am!


I am because I am! I exist and need no justification whatsoever for my existence. The fact of my being is enough. I require no terms, conditions or permits from myself or anyone else. I live and in living I am fully entitled to go on living. My life, my existence, my being is not predicated on standards, values and achievements. I am not because of the books I read, not the course I take up, not the things I like, not the views I adhere to, nor the family I have - I a with or without these.

These things and people are not me! I do not exist because of them. Relative to my life they exist because of me. While they may give me satisfaction, they in no way justify my existence. In my life's frame of reference, I justify theirs. They are a function of me. I am not a function of them.

An open letter from a son to his father

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