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See this sad yet hilarious montage of a bird getting a piece of almond and the other bird just looking from the back completely devastated and sad.
2 Oct 2017
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This cat is lively and energetic for sure, but it is expected on the dumb side when it comes to smartness as it continuously tried to catch hold of a laser pointer.
18 Oct 2017
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Feel the Healing Crystals Guide:Semi-precious stones representing the 7 Chakras (Purple Agate / Red Agate / Lapis Lazuli / Amber / Green Howlite / Turquoise / Tiger's Eye Stone )
29 Sep 2017
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Lindsay Wagner - Canta Feelings
30 Sep 2017
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Comedy Hunt- I am feeling HORNY
1 Oct 2017
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Haoxiang Han Born on August 7, 1998
27 Sep 2017
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5 Oct 2017
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14 Oct 2017
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Who could have thought that peeling of plastic could be satisfying? See this video and feel the satisfaction of peeling that is beyond comparison.
15 Oct 2017
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Caution! Check this video at your own risk as you might be feeling the cringiest that you have ever been in your life.
17 Oct 2017
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how do you catch cervical cancer|can cervical cancer be treated Cervical cancer is a cancer of the cervix (the lower part of the uterus). It can happen to women at any age, but it usually occurs in midlife in women between 20 and 50. The overwhelming majority of cases are found in women who do not receive routine medical care and regular pap screenings. Fortunately, cervical cancer is a very curable disease when it is found early and treated.[1] The major symptoms you should look for are abnormal vaginal bleeding and pain. Symptoms usually do not begin until precancerous or abnormal cells have grown into an invasive cancer. So, call your doctor as soon as you notice the changes. Regular screenings with PAP smears and HPV tests can help you discover precancerous lesions early, before they can become cervical cancer.
24 Sep 2017
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How to Cope with a Heart Murmur|Cardiovascular System Health A normal, working heart beats at around 100,000 beats each day. Using a stethoscope, your doctor should hear a steady “lub-Dub...lub-Dub” from your heart. A heart murmur refers to abnormal heart sounds that are heard along with a normal heartbeat, such as a faint or loud swishing sound. Heart murmurs are classified into two types: innocent or “harmless” and abnormal. Innocent heart murmurs are not considered serious medical issues, but abnormal heart murmurs must be addressed, treated, and monitored. 1 Understand how your heart works. Your heart consists of four chambers and four valves. The two upper chambers are called atria and the lower chambers are called ventricles. The right atrium collects the non oxygenated blood from the superior and inferior vena cava (two large veins) and pours the blood into the right ventricle through the Tricuspid valve. The right ventricle then pushes the non oxygenated blood to the pulmonary artery where the blood moves into the lungs through the Pulmonary valve. After making this gas exchange, the oxygenated blood returns back to the heart to the left atrium, which then transfers it to the left ventricle through the Mitral valve. The left ventricle then pushes the oxygenated blood to the aorta artery and the blood moves to different body organs through the Aortic valve. 2 Imagine heart valves like doors or gates in your heart. They allow blood to be transferred in only one direction, preventing it from returning backward through any valves. The “lub-Dub” sound comes from the heart valves opening and closing. When the two ventricles squeeze to contract, the Tricuspid and Mitral valves are both closed to allow the blood to enter into the pulmonary and aorta arteries respectively, and not to return back to the atriums. This process is called the “Systole” and is heard as the first “lub” sound in your heart beat. When the two atriums squeeze to contract, the two ventricles
28 Sep 2017
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