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What it really means when you dream about someone

Although we dream anywhere from two to five times per night, we rarely recall our dreams. According to Matthew Walker, a neuroscientist and author of Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams, people have their "most vivid, hallucinogenic, narrative, memory-laden dreams" during the REM stage of sleep. We don't always remember them,... Continue Reading →

How To Lick A Vagina

It has always been a feeling and satisfaction some women want to get. Women naturally find it difficult to reach orgasm through normal intercourse which is the vagina being stroked by the penis. So artistically and adventrously this act is being silently craved by some women. Let's watch this video on youtube: Click To Watch

Don’t give kids dinner at 5pm dietitian warns

Congratulations, your little one is now loving solids and will obediently (ish) have three meals a day! Chances are, if you want your child to settle down to sleep at a decent - and consistent - hour, their tea time falls early in the evening. If you're a fan of sitting them down for their... Continue Reading →

Woman ‘burnt from inside out’ after severe reaction to medication pregnant with ‘miracle’ baby

Warned she would never conceive after being burned alive by a catastrophic reaction to epilepsy drugs, a young woman has revealed her joy at being just weeks away from giving birth to her miracle baby. Danika Heron's nightmare began when she suddenly developed a mysterious rash just days before her 19th birthday in 2014 -... Continue Reading →

Girl, 16, has GIANT clump of hair removed from stomach after 10 years of chewing.

A 16-year-old girl had a giant clump of hair removed from her stomach after 10 years of chewing it. The schoolgirl suffered from Rapunzel syndrome - where sufferers become addicted to chewing and ingesting their own hair. Collecting in her stomach for a decade, the undigested hair, weight half a kilo, gathered into a hard... Continue Reading →

British royals William, Kate, Harry and Meghan launch mental health text service

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s young royals, brothers Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives Kate and Meghan, launched a new phone messaging service on Friday to help people suffering a mental health crisis. The two princes have been widely praised for speaking out about their own struggles with mental health struggles in the wake... Continue Reading →

How growing numbers of EU countries are making vaccines mandatory

Will Germany join the growing numbers of EU countries that are making vaccinations mandatory in a bid to tackle measles and other disease outbreaks? Its health minister has proposed a fine of €2,500 for parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against measles as part of an effort to eradicate the disease. In an interview... Continue Reading →

Former US drug czar says national focus on opioid epidemic is overlooking real culprit

When I was up in New Hampshire, they told me you [can pay] $10 for a pill --to get an Oxycontin, [but] two bucks to get heroin, three bucks to get fentanyl.” “And that’s the nature of the problem,” Bennett said. “You talk to law enforcement people that will tell you they haven’t seen a... Continue Reading →

Why nurses matter now more than ever

Nursing is an emotionally, physically and mentally demanding profession. Many of the approximately 4 million registered nurses who work across all settings of care encounter workplace demands, stressors and hazards every day that other professions don’t face. They spend time standing, walking, bending, and lifting patients for extended periods each day. They are regularly in... Continue Reading →

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