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How the Best Diet Shakes can Help You Slim Up this Winter by Satisfying Your Sugar Cravings in a Healthy Way

Let’s face it… it’s cold outside, and building the body of your dreams during the chilly winter months can be difficult. But the entire process can actually be a whole lot easier if you take advantage of everything that the best diet shakes have to offer. Specifically-designed (and often times even engineered) to provide you with the kind ...

By Dwayne Marquis - December 6, 2017
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Why do male exhibitionists force women to watch them? Two therapists explain

Harvey Weinstein. James Toback. Mark Halperin. Brett Ratner. Louis C.K. There’s one act that keeps popping up in the recent accusations against these men: forcing a woman to watch them masturbate. What compels a man to do this? The Washington Post spoke to two sex therapists who, although they don’t have experience treating these men specifically, ...

By Kevin - November 17, 2017
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Glitter banned by Dorset children’s nursery chain

  Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGroup manager Harriet Pacey said their nurseries already avoid a lot of single-use items Glitter has been banned by a chain of children's nurseries because of the "terrible damage" it does to the environment. The art material is washed into the water system and can end up in the food ...

By David Figo - November 17, 2017
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‘Bill Nye: Science Guy’: Host of ’90s kids show turns his crusade to climate-change deniers

Bill Nye, the lanky, bow-tied TV science advocate, is still a hero to a generation of young adults who eagerly watched his 1990s series, “Bill Nye, the Science Guy,” in classrooms or on afternoon television.The fast-paced, half-hour educational show made science fun, with hands-on experiments that kids could replicate at home. Nye also used such ...

By Kevin - November 17, 2017
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School counsellors needed to tackle self-harm ‘epidemic’, minister told

  Image copyright Thinkstock All young people in the UK should have access to school counsellors to tackle an "epidemic" in self-harm, the government has been been told. Baroness Walmsley said the problem was worse among young women and girls. But instead of hiring more counsellors, who could offer free and non-judgemental support, schools were having to sack them to ...

By David Figo - November 16, 2017
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