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How to choose right insurer for life insurance and health insurance

Besides premium and settlement ratios, there are several other metrics you need to consider to pick the right insurer. Life Insurance You need to opt for an insurer with lower customer complaints, faster claim settlements and higher customer retention. High persistency ratio shows trustworthiness The ratio reflects the insurer’s customer retention record. The higher the persistency ratio, the better it is, as ... Read More »

Pranav Mistry of Samsung explains how technology will keep changing with time

Pranav Mistry of Samsung, one of the speakers at the 44th IAA World Congress Kochi, opened his session on how he had been enjoying his days in Kochi — the sea and the food. Talking on the future of mobiles and wearable information technology, Mistry, Head, Think Tank Team and Global Vice-President, Research, Samsung, spoke about his role at the ... Read More »

Education: How to prepare young people for the future

According to the World Talent Report published by Switzerland-based IMD in November last year, Hong Kong lost the first place in Asia, getting beaten by Singapore. With the report stirring much public discussion, I wish to make two observations: Firstly, an ability to solve problems is the key. Hong Kong ranked 56th globally in the list of “total public expenditure ... Read More »

How to start a blog and make money in 2019

So you’ve decided 2019 will be the year you start a blog and make money from it, but you don’t know where to begin. In this guide, we’ll look at the basics of getting a blog up and running, and some methods you can use to monetize it. We’ll start with the basics of choosing a blog platform. Choosing the ... Read More »

How To Get Your Gaming Channel Partnered On YouTube

Is starting a gaming YouTube channel part of your 2019 New Year’s Resolution? If so, perhaps this article can serve as a gentle reminder and a compass to help you take the first, or next step in the process. There are six sections to help you push through the formative stages for your would-be channel. Let’s start at the beginning, ... Read More »

How to talk about money when you work in finance

When you work in finance, you are steeped in money. You almost certainly earn more money than the average person (unless maybe they work in the Swiss pharmaceutical sector) and you likely think of transactions denominated in fiat currencies throughout your day. In the same way that Eskimos have many words for snow, finance professionals therefore have many words for ... Read More »

Cardiovascular diseases, here’s how exposure to toxic metals can affect your heart health

Exposure to environmental toxic metals such as arsenic, lead, copper, and mercury has become a major global health concern. The metals like arsenic, lead, copper and cadmium are linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease. Arsenic and cadmium, for example, are known carcinogens, but there are increasing suggestions that exposure to toxic metals may be ... Read More »

Apple Tea: Weight Loss Benefits And How To Make It At Home!

Apple is a fruit with multifarious uses and health benefits. Whether you like to eat it raw or toss it in salads, custards, puddings, turn it into pies and cakes, or make curries from it – apples never disappoint. They are great to taste in both sweet and savoury dishes and are chock-full of nutrition. They have a number of ... Read More »

Mishri For Coughing: Here’s How You Can Bring Rock Candy To Your Rescue

You may know rock sugar, popularly known as mishri, as a mere mouth-freshener, but turns out, it has got more benefits added to it. Apart from being an excellent digestive, haemoglobin and energy booster, it is also known to relieve you from cough and sore throat. Mishri, also identified as khadi shakkar and rock candy, has long been known for its therapeutic ... Read More »

Smoking Can Adversely Affect Breastfeeding Habits, Here’s How

Women, please take note. New mothers exposed to cigarette smoke in their homes may stop breastfeeding sooner as compared to those who are not exposed to second-hand smoke, a new study suggests. The study, published in the journal Breastfeeding Medicine, found that exposure to household smokers had a substantial negative effect on breastfeeding practices. “Our study showed that just being ... Read More »