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Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS)

Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS) OOS is mainly a collective form of the conditions that occur due to repeated movements of muscles or some particular posture. Thereby, it is quite common in people required to work in prolonged periods of immobility, like using computers at work. Warning Signs! when at work, you could be suffering from OOS with these kind of feature: Pain and stiffness of a joint Difficulty in moving the joint Swelling in the forearm, wrist, shoulder Muscle weakness Discomfort in the neck or shoulders Backache  In the beginning, it is not painful, as the symptoms come and go. Also, discontinuing the task tends to improve the symptoms. But, continuous use can cause severe back and neck pain and make simple tasks like holding a glass of water or opening the door look difficult.  Not just a minor pain! Although all OOS begin with mild pain, what may appear minor discomfort at the beginning could later lead to: Tiny muscle tears Nerve damage due to compression Abnormal p

what is soapui

what is soapui:  Web service testing application SoapUI is an open-source web service testing application for service-oriented architectures and representational state transfers. It's functionality covers web service inspection, invoking, development, simulation and mocking, functional testing, load and compliance testing. SOAP UI itself a Cross Platform make on the base of JAVA- Framework SOAP UI-HISTORY: •Initially developed and created by OLE LENSER •In 2004- Ole created this tool for personal use. • SOAP UI initially released on source forge in 2005 •It has two version open & commercial Why to use SoapUI : 1.To create quick and efficient API tests 2.To create API functional, performance and security tests 3.To create API Testing automation framework What is API: API stands for Application Programming Interface. An API is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. In other words, an API is the messenger that delivers your request to

Habits That Can Stop Your Snoring.

. Snoring isn't just noisy but annoying too.  It is proven with few bed partners they said that; There's nothing worse than the sound of someone snoring if you're trying to fall asleep. Or if it's you who breathes, people may end up teasing you for the loud honking and huffing noise that you make while sleeping! Not only this, but it may also be an indication of a severe health issue that needs medical intervention.  Continue reading to find more about snoring and also explore some home remedies and lifestyle changes that play a crucial role in resolving this problem. What causes snoring and its associated health risks? Being overweight.  Obesity and overweight can significantly elevate your chances of snoring. Losing even a smidgen of weight can decrease greasy tissue in the rear of the throat,and this may help reduce or also stop snoring. Having inflammation in the throat, nose, and airways.  Inflammation and congestion in the nose, throat, or  sinus  problems or any

Alcohol: The good/bad/ugly truth

Alcohol: The good/bad/ugly truth abut it Any Get together, festivities and celebrations are incomplete for some, without proper food and hard drinks!  Although alcohol intake has always been a debated topic, there are a few good things that are also associated with moderate alcohol intake.  Continue reading to know the facts about 'good', the 'bad', and the 'ugly' effects of alcohol,  once and for all!! The good effects of alcohol: According to various studies worldwide, there is some healthy alcohol consumption (when the intake is limited up to the maximum of two drinks per day for males and one drink a day for females). Researches acclaim that a moderate quantity of alcohol intake may cause lesser incidences of coronary heart diseases (CHD). There are certain types of alcohol that may raise your good cholesterol, thus protecting your heart. Also, a few them have been claimed to reduce blood clotting, thus preventing the stroke risk. Here's the list of seve