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There’s an interesting infographic about crimes that were committed and solved on Facebook. In one of the featured stories was a break-in in a victim’s house by a man, whom she later found out had just befriended her on Facebook a week before!
This just goes to show that the things you put on Facebook: your private details, your photos, your thoughts and preferences; they can be used against you. So despite the therapeutic feeling Facebook offers you, you really should take into account what you put on your Facebook page.
We read enough about what to eat, calorie and sugar free diet etc. Hygiene, organic, fatless and what not… there is another side to eating. What not to do after eating. It’s important to know things we should do and things that we shouldn’t. I will list them point wise with a little explanation.