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Never Argue With an Old Aged

While checking out at a store, young cashier told an old woman to bring own grocery bags since plastic bags are not good for the atmosphere. The old woman apologized and said these things: “We never had the green thing back in our days.” We returned milk bottles, soda bottles and beer bottles back to

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‘Soul Stirring’ Poem About The Negative Effects of Meth

This one is a poem that was published way back in 2003 in a newspaper in the state of Alabama a local teenager, who wanted to tell others about the bad effects of meth on a person, his own life, his family, friends, money, profession, and death. The poem in itself is more heart touching

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Avoid These Foods During Pregnancy

Doctors advice to consume maximum natural foods as possible. However, there are several foods that every pregnant lady must avoid. Seafood: Seafood is a rich source for Omega 3 that is beneficial for the unborn child. But there are several sea foods that contain high amount of mercury in them that can damage the baby’s

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Depression is a Kind of Brain Damage, not Choice

Researchers have determined that persistent depression causes brain damage, and not the other way around. Neurologists previously had hypothesized that brain damage was a predisposing factor for chronic depression, but a new study published in Molecular Psychiatry sheds a different light. The study, which consisted of 9,000 individual samples, collected from the ENIGMA group, succeeded

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How To Remain Calm During an Argument or Conflict Situation?

When we lose our cool in a conflict, nothing gets resolved and we can feel guilty for our loss of control. But it is possible to learn how to remain calm. People disagree. This is an inevitable part of life. However, minor disagreements often escalate into something much worse, largely because we don’t work out how

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Unusual Phenomenon Happen During a Total Solar Eclipse

Total solar eclipses occur when the New Moon comes between the Sun and Earth and casts the darkest part of its shadow, the umbra, on Earth. A full solar eclipse, known as totality, is almost as dark as night. During a total eclipse of the Sun, the Moon covers the entire disk of the Sun. In partial and annular solar eclipses,

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