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How to Perform CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) the Proper Way

June 30, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Google, Health, Internet, Science, Tutorials

Trained or untrained, everyone should try CPR to emergency patients suffering from heart attack or drowning. CPR or also known as Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a very useful lifesaving technique that could possibly save lives. For untrained people, it is said they can perform CPR through chest compressions only. While trained personnel can do rescue breathing and chest compressions. Readmore

How to Claim your PhilHealth Benefits Easily with these Requirements

May 30, 2015 by onlineph | 1 Comment | Filed in Government, Health, Internet, Tutorials

When Filipinos get sick they first try various ways to be better. Many think that going to the doctor is the last resort they have because it is expensive. Hospitalization could immediately cost thousands, and for those without health insurance and regular jobs, it is something they just can’t afford. Readmore

Study Shows Internet Users Think they Are Smarter than Others

April 22, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Business, Health, Internet, Science, Technology

Researchers says Internet has a lot of information found than the one in the library

Nowadays, everyone’s hooked online! You can easily get information in searching it over from Yahoo! and Google.

According to a recent study from Yale University, they found out that people who have access and research the topic to an online search engine are confident in their knowledge than the one doing it in a library. Readmore

Scientists Plans to Resurrect Mammoths ‘Jurassic Park Dinosaurs’

April 7, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Health, Science, Technology

Fond of watching dinosaurs in Jurassic Park?

Recently, geneticists from Harvard University have inserted DNA from woolly mammoth into the genetic code of an elephant. The said samples preserved in Arctic permafrost.

In case you didn’t know, mammoths were dissolve in the last Ice Age, and it is closely related to Asian elephants. Some of the last mammoths survived on Wrangel Island, in the Arctic Ocean. Readmore

Brand new Start to get up early using Wakē Alarm Clock

April 5, 2015 by onlineph | No Comments | Filed in Health, Internet, Technology

Battling against oversleeping? Hate to get late at work because you fail to set the alarm?

Recently, Wakē released a new breed of alarm that can intelligently target individual users and wake up one sleeper without rousing the other. Lucera Labs launched it on Kickstarter this week.

According to the company, after you put the device mounted to the wall above the bed, it can be use an infrared camera and special body-tracking software to discern where each person is lying. When it’s time to wake up, Wakē silently takes aim, rotates into position, and then directs a tight burst of light and sound at their face. Readmore