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Such sweet nothing

Previously, I was thinking to make a new account. An  account which would be anonymous, somewhere I can speak my mind out, say whatever is in my heart and nobody would know it`s me. 574 more words

Everyday Woes

Breastfeeding for 6 months cuts diabetes risk in half: study

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

Women who breastfed their babies for six months or more had a 47 percent reduction in their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a study found… 234 more words

Current Affairs

Researching and Developing Transitions

It was important for me to include transitions that mattered and were not there just to look nice because I want them to include meaning. I want to be able to use these to communicate with the viewer about the topic as well as the words on the screen from the statistics do. 416 more words

#graphiccommunication

Developing countries need to wake up to the risks of new tech

(Source: thenextweb.com)

Technological advances associated with the fourth industrial revolution – including artificial intelligence – allow the automation of an increasingly wide array of processes in increasingly interactive and sophisticated ways. 839 more words

Technology

Caffenol Stand Developing

Lately I’ve been experimenting with stand developing using Caffenol.  My purpose being the grain.  I have found Caffenol will give me considerably more grain than Rodinal (which was always my favorite developer).  414 more words

Photography

the proven ability

The proven ability to provide timely and accurate reports that have the ability to influence decision making within the organisation. Demonstrated experience leading or supervising a small team, coaching and developing staff to achieve results.

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Cancer Is A Genetic Disease. Part 3 of 3

Cancer Is A Genetic Disease – Part 3 of 3

And “Since many more women without a family history develop breast cancer each year than those with, it is superior that women don’t feel falsely reassured by a negative family history,” study co-author Dr Debra Roter, director of the Center for Genomic Literacy and Communication at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said in the copy release. 128 more words

Health