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Entertainment
by Fran5050
2 days ago
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Winnie-the-Pooh Exploring a Classic at the V&A Museum

London's V&A Museum presents Winnie-the-Pooh Exploring a Classic. Original drawings, manuscripts, proofs and books explore the unique relationship between author A. A. Milne and illustrator Ernest Howard Shepard.

History
by Sadie Ruckman
6 days ago
The History Of Circa Theatre

The establishment of one of Wellington City's performance theatres, located along the harbour. It is a staple for the artist community and serves to carry on an entertaining past time.

Health
by Yindee
6 days ago
Food Fermentation, Probiotics, Postbiotics and Your Health

Prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics should come from the food we eat - not from supplements. The reason we lack them is because we do not include enough of their precursors in our modern diet.

Business & Money
by Anthony Ekanem
6 days ago
How to Promote Your Blog

Just putting your blog online is not enough. Once your articles have been well written and posted online for your readers to read, it is time to start promoting your blog. Promoting or marketing your blog is hard work, to say the least. Promoting your blog will put it in front of people. Thankfully, there are myriad of ways to accomplish it - all it takes is time.

Lifestyle
by Yindee
1 week ago
Fermented Foods to Make and Enjoy Every Day

We can easily make more of our own yummy fermented foods like cheese, sauce, pickles and tasty cool drinks that provide us with probiotics and postbiotics - the micronutrients we take as supplements. Try these ideas for turning tasty food into functional medicines.

Pets & Animals
by Tony Booth
1 week ago
The Protein Predicament of Dogs with CKD

The amount of protein advised for dogs with kidney disease continues to be debated by veterinarians and canine nutritionists, but recently there have been studies that swing away from recommending restriction in all cases.

Health
by Yindee
1 week ago
Fluoride free toothpaste - is it really necessary?

In the year 2000 I was interviewed on radio about fluoride a number of times. Some people were shocked at what really happens when you expose your gums, mouth ulcers and gingivitis to fluoride. Others were shocked to hear me oppose what dentists and doctors had to say about prescribing fluoride tablets for osteoporosis.

Auto
by John Bullock
2 weeks ago
Servicing Your Own Automatic Transmission

There's not much you can do with an automatic transmission if you're not a professional, but servicing it is one such thing... if you have the know how.

Health
by Ferdinand Receno
3 weeks ago
Health Benefits of Massage - End Your Constant Body Pains Now

A soothing and relaxing massage is all you need to get rid of your aches and pains. While not everyone can manage a thorough massage, those who can will love the massage therapist that gave them the pain-releasing touch. A light massage offers an ease to some constant painful sensations.

Lifestyle
by Heather Wakem
1 month ago
How To Survive Your Graveyard Shift

Recent graveyard inductee or tired veteran? Try these hints to keep you awake and focused for your overnight shifts!

Travel & Places
by jk
1 month ago
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Dealing With The Culture Shock of Living in Asia

Many of us will feel an urge at some stage in our lives to uproot to another country. To leave what we are familiar with to go in search of a more fulfilling lifestyle. As we leave the West and try to set roots in Asia it is...

Health
by jk
1 month ago
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Finding Balance in Our Social Media Habits

In today's modern society social media is an integral part of our lives. It can be a very useful tool to enhance relationship with others. We can connect with our family and friends irrespective of location. We can share our thoughts with each other and keep up to...

Lifestyle
by jk
1 month ago
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Teaching Adults Oral English in China

The westerner may find it a daunting experience in Asia.  To be put into a class with a group of students staring wide-eyed at you. Dealing with the culture shock of a new environment and trying to put theory into practice. The ideas explored below aims to give...

Entertainment
by Fran5050
1 month ago
Louise Dahl-Wolfe Celebrated at Fashion and Textile Museum

In Autumn 2017 London's Fashion and Textile Museum (FTM) presents Louise Dahl-Wolfe A Style of Her Own. This first-ever retrospective features more than 100 black and white images spanning three decades from the 1930s to the 1950s.

Technology
by RoseWrites
1 month ago
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Adelie Penguin Chick Deaths: Wolbachia-Infected Aedes Is More Likely Than Climate Change

News that only two Adélie penguin chicks (from a colony of 40,000) in Antarctica survived breeding season had me on high alert. Yet the narrative (in mainstream media) was already set: changing weather forced parents to travel further in search of food because of changing climate. This is far less likely than Wolbachia infecting their food source coupled with a virus (Zika or West Nile) to cause their deaths. What's more: for the last two decades, the Antarctic peninsula - the tip of the continent nearest to South America - has not become any warmer.

Technology
by Adriaan Van Niekerk
1 month ago
How To Start A Podcast

The initial cost of starting a podcast can be a deterrent to many new starters. You will need some recording hardware, audio editing software to edit your recordings as well as a hosting site where you can upload your episodes. Here is a way how you can cut the costs!

Technology
by RoseWrites
1 month ago
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Wolbachia-Infected Aedes: An Ill-Fated Experiment in French Polynesia

Scientists are getting closer to pinpointing precisely what made Zika such a devastating neurological disease. And the latest findings, just this week, seem to confirm my worst fear: Zika is behaving like a bacteriophage, most likely within the Culex species of mosquitoes. Sadly, much of the media, politicians, (and even doctors) are continuing to tout Aedes as the only vectors of Zika. Wolbachia is not even mentioned as a co-factor. We need to look at recent findings because bacteria always evolve to ensure its survival.

Travel & Places
by Adriaan Van Niekerk
1 month ago
Best Things to do in Iceland

Iceland is one of the undiscovered destinations in Europe. It is full of natural wonders and is a must go destination for anyone that appreciates a good view. Here is a list of things you can do when you visit the volcanic island. Credit: Pixabay Icelandic horses are bred...

Entertainment
by SamanthaDS
1 month ago
Popoular TV Shows That Have Driven Their Fanbases Nuts

Television series with issues that have driven loyal fans to madness.

History
by MatthewA
2 months ago
The Olympic-Class Ocean Liners

As emigration from Europe to the Unites States increased prior to World War One, White Star laid down the plans for a new class of ocean liners in 1908 that would be unmatched in scale. They were a triumvirate of ocean liners that each eclipsed 45,000 tons. Those ocean...

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