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Wow. I thoroughly believe this next one. I tell my friend this all the time! I tell her that poverty is real but the other part is state of mind. I also have a motto to whomever this article may apply to:
“Fake Great it ‘til you make it and with an empire over a poverty state of mind.”
Quality of life is essential. Whatever you can’t pay for, you can choose: That goes for the people in your life and what you choose to spend your time on, around and doing. Long Periods Of Poverty Linked To Loss Of Brain Function
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I can thoroughly believe this next one. Even more than the effects of the contents/ingredients in the pill on hormones I have to interject (and perhaps researchers should study this) -for me-unless for procreation or extremely tight marriage (and even that’s a ‘maybe’) I’m soooo against the ‘reason’ for even NEEDING to be on the pill. Given diets the emotional and social climates and all environmental, mental and factors (that affect ALL of us and our brain and physical functions), there is NO way I’d even have the NEED TO be ‘on the pill.” Example: I just did a posted an article yesterday about stress ruining a healthy diet. If stress can alter your bodily functions as such (man or woman), do I REALLY want someone else’s bodily fluids and emotional or mental spiritual schrapnel mixing with mine? Uh. No thanks. Women on the pill are 23% more likely to be treated for depression
OH MY GOSH! Thisssssssss would make my son so proud. Crazy! If you follow me, you’ve heard me mention how my son has NEVER in his life been able to say “thank you”…he say “fank you.” This is crazy amazing news! I can’t wait to tell him he got his way! LoL ‘Th’ sound to vanish from English language by 2066 because of multiculturalism, say linguists
Elon Musk: To join SpaceX’s first mission to Mars, you have to be “prepared to die”
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Giant Millipede Fossils May Reveal New Species
Rosetta is about to make its final crash into a comet – watch it happen LIVE
Young people urged for park-life views
New safeguards agreed for world’s most trafficked mammal
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Measles Has Been Officially Wiped Out Across The Americas
Animal Rights Activists Free Captive Penguin Into The Ocean, Probably Resulting In Its Death
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Will Snapchat snap? …TBH I happen to think Snapchat is so stupid. And corny. And short second intervals of wasted time that adds up. I think it’s cool for kids and tweens though. Genius for that bad for business. Because when a person knows (in advance) they are going to get a short interval of something, the mind doesn’t prepare to retain it-but rather, simply view and move on.
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Common painkillers ‘increase heart failure risk’
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Brain’s biological clock stimulates thirst before sleep
One in 10 children has ‘Aids defence’
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The newborn who looks like an 80-year-old: Rare ageing condition means baby boy has wrinkles and thick hair on his back
PIC FROM CATERS NEWS – (PICTURED: A baby boy who was born with a condition called Progeria in Bangladesh.) – A real life curious case of Benjamin Button has emerged following the birth of a baby boy who looks like an 80-year-old man. The baby was born in the district of Magura, Bangladesh, on Sunday. Local doctors, who have been left stunned, say the baby suffers from a rare condition called progeria. The baby boy has wrinkles on the face, has a very shrunken body and hollow eyes. The baby does not look like a new born at all. There are prominent sings of ageing such a excessive wrinkles and rough skin texture, said a doctor who has been treating the baby. However, the parents of the baby are jubilant with the birth of their miracle child.
Congress Stops Bickering And Approves $1.1 Billion To Fight Zika
Driver Defaces Death Valley Landmark With Tire Tracks
Young women ‘high mental health risk’
The Americas Are Now Officially ‘Measles-Free’
A boy stands in line for a measles vaccination in the northern Central African Republic. More than half the cases of measles each year are reported in Africa and Asia.
New research offers clues to cause of Crohn’s disease
FDA Approves of First-of-Its-Kind Insulin Device
Ghost Gear: Whales, Sea Turtles, Seals Are The Unintended Catch Of Abandoned Fishing Gear : The Salt
Man with severe facial deformities which give him ‘alien-like’ features is hoping for life-changing surgery
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imaginechina/REX/Shutterstock (6034892i) Chinese villager Xia Yuanhai who has an alien-like deformed face Man has ‘alien face’, Changling town, Chongqing, China – 23 Sep 2016 A Chinese man was known to every one in his village because he has a big head and an alien-like deformed face. Xia Yuanhai, 53, lives in Laotu village in southwestern Chinese municipality of Chongqing. His apperance was normal when he was a teenager. But later hyperplasia was growing on his face and head, according to his 66-year-old brother Xia Yuanchang. As the growth of hyperplasia was very slow and his family was poor, Xia Yuanhai did not get enough attention from his parents and did not receive medical treatment. Many years later, the hyperplasia deformed Xia’s face, crushing his teeth and nearly disabling his hearing. Now his brother hoped that some one can fund plastic surgeries to help his younger brother to get back his normal face.
ICYMI: Study: Racial bias might start as early as preschool
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis claims more lives in UK than leukaemia, brain or stomach cancer