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Sleep Death - Why does it happen?

A person happily goes to sleep, unaware what sleep actually holds for him. He might not wake up to your call the next day morning and leave you in shock. 1,185 more words

Science Of The Paranormal


Gliding gracefully over my lips, my favourite red lipstick is perfectly placed. Not a single smudge, not a little out of place. I’m not normally a makeup girl, but sometimes I too want to feel ‘dolled’ up. 16 more words


Here's One Accessory You Should Not Buy for Your Baby's Crib

By Alan Mozes
HealthDay Reporter

TUESDAY, Nov. 24, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Infant deaths linked to crib bumpers have spiked in recent years in the United States, leading researchers to urge a ban on the padded bedding accessories. 622 more words

Health News

Learning To Love Me Again

Right now, I don’t love myself completely. I hate myself actually. I am not happy with who I am anymore. I used to be completely happy with myself, but as life moves on, the person who I am right now is numb. 157 more words


Another tragic DTAP sudden infant death

I was reading the responses posted to Dr. Kelly Brogan’s article “Could this be driving the epidemic of Sudden Infant Death (SIDS)?” and came across one about someone’s daughter named Charlotte Rose Dodson. 90 more words


The Less You Know

In this world it’s easy to judge people based on what we see. What they’re wearing, who they’re with, how they act, whatever. Then there’s me, I’m an observer. 1,105 more words


Almost 1 and 1st Christmas

Christmas is almost upon us, if your not from Australia then let me describe what our Christmas is like; there is no ‘white christmas’, instead we have 40 degree day that makes you sweat and wonder what life would be like in the snow, the aircon is fully pumping and kids are usually out by the pool with their bathers(or togs, or swim wear depends where shouts in oz you are from)on. 234 more words