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16 Jul 2017
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This dog here is sitting in the car, chilling and waiting for owner. But that look it gives, thats so intense.
23 Jul 2017
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Chameleons are one of the fascinating amphibians and this one is no exception. Check out this young little chameleon chilling out.
26 Jul 2017
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It is not safe to have a giant snake as a pet, but this 4-year-old is not scared of anything.
8 Jul 2017
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14 Jul 2017
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Viral infections are caused by viruses unlike bacterial infections that are caused by bacteria and need to be treated with antibiotics. The most common viral fever is the seasonal flu or influenza. But children can catch milder viral infections easily. There are many different kinds of viruses that can make your baby ill and they spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes. The virus can also be spread by physical contact through hands infected with the virus for example. When viral infections are very common, such as during seasonal changes, they can be carried through air ventilation systems. Children can be contagious for about 10 days after they start showing symptoms of viral fever though some of the symptoms can continue for up to two weeks. Children younger than two are most at risk of developing complications of viral fever. There are many kinds of viral fevers, but if your baby gets the viral flu (influenza), if left untreated, it can lead to complications such as pneumonia. Treatment for viral fevers or the viral flu is just to manage the symptoms of fever, cold and cough. There is no medicine that cures the viral infection. But these symptomatic treatments can help your baby feel better and might prevent him from developing further complications if he has the flu (influenza). How will I know if my child has a viral infection? Usually, the first signs of a viral infection are fever and chills. The fever is often accompanied by body aches and can be low at about 99 degree F or go up very high to 102 degree F.
2 Jul 2017
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Had a rough day at work? Well, we have the best medicine for you. Watch these kids chilling out and snoozing. I bet there will be nothing more relaxing than this.
6 Jul 2017
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Beer Mugs are used for drinking chilled beer in style. Personalized beer mugs are the best gift to give your dear ones at any occasion. You can check out this custom beer mugs from online sites to cheers your drink every time in a unique way. To get a coolest way of drinking beer is simply through adding images and text to the Beer mugs. We provide you the best customized beer mugs to pour your drink every time in style. Therefore, buy beer mugs to suit your way drinking in fashion.
7 Jul 2017
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In this video, experience the rare sniffing of a tiger on record. This tiger was located in the spine-chilling forest of Bandhavgarh!
14 Jul 2017
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Known for her unique soulful vocals and relatable lyrics, UK singer/songwriter Lucy-May announces the release of her new single, ‘Counting The Days’ on 11 August, the lead track to be taken from her highly anticipated follow-up second album, out this Autumn. Her debut single ‘Paper Heart’ reached Radio 2 playlist in 2013 and her debut album ‘Whirlwind’ proudly boasted the highly sought after ‘Highly Recommend’ position at HMV. Now with a complete catalogue of fresh original material in the shape of her follow-up album and a UK tour planned for the Autumn, Lucy-May is back with a sound which surpasses anything she’s ever done before. Deep, rich and deliciously soulful, ‘Counting The Days’ is the first single from Lucy-May’s forthcoming album and serves up a mouth-watering slice of chilled soul/pop heaven, written by Lucy-May and Greg Fitzgerald. A semi-biographical track about love-loss, ‘Counting The Days’ was written from the raw emotions felt when Greg’s wife died in 2016, running in tandem with Lucy-May’s relationship break down. Both faced with different reasons for love-loss, but left with the same bitter, painful scars which found them counting the days since love went from their lives. Unable to actually ‘speak’ about their pain, but knowing that their emotions were mirrored in each other, the pair poured their heart wrenching loss into song. Laying bare the rawness of that pain for all to see, Lucy-May’s stunning vocals convey a pure emotion and sentiment that’s nothing short of nerve tingling.
19 Jul 2017
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Craving some amazing Gourmet Food Smoke Deli or some Lebanese delight Maroosh?. Maybe you just want to grab a burger Burger King or chill Starbucks. All Food joints in one place, location Courtyard & Grand Galleria, High Street Phoenix.
20 Jul 2017
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Known for her unique soulful vocals and relatable lyrics, UK singer/songwriter Lucy-May announces the release of her new single, ‘Counting The Days’ on 11 August, the lead track to be taken from her highly anticipated follow-up second album, out this Autumn. Her debut single ‘Paper Heart’ reached Radio 2 playlist in 2013 and her debut album ‘Whirlwind’ proudly boasted the highly sought after ‘Highly Recommend’ position at HMV. Now with a complete catalogue of fresh original material in the shape of her follow-up album and a UK tour planned for the Autumn, Lucy-May is back with a sound which surpasses anything she’s ever done before. Deep, rich and deliciously soulful, ‘Counting The Days’ is the first single from Lucy-May’s forthcoming album and serves up a mouth-watering slice of chilled soul/pop heaven, written by Lucy-May and Greg Fitzgerald. A semi-biographical track about love-loss, ‘Counting The Days’ was written from the raw emotions felt when Greg’s wife died in 2016, running in tandem with Lucy-May’s relationship break down. Both faced with different reasons for love-loss, but left with the same bitter, painful scars which found them counting the days since love went from their lives. Unable to actually ‘speak’ about their pain, but knowing that their emotions were mirrored in each other, the pair poured their heart wrenching loss into song. Laying bare the rawness of that pain for all to see, Lucy-May’s stunning vocals convey a pure emotion and sentiment that’s nothing short of nerve tingling.
24 Jul 2017
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