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Know About The Quirky Leech Therapy And Its Benefits

Leech? Yes, leech! And you think only vampires suck blood? Leech is a blood-sucking carnivorous segmented worm and lives in freshwater. Mythbusting...

Halo Effect – This Is Why Some People Look So Familiar To Us

At some point in our lives, we all feel that some strangers feel so familiar or we think that we have seen...
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This is Why All Women Celebrate International Women’s Day.

To celebrate the spirit of women empowerment every year, March 8 is celebrated as the International Women’s Day worldwide. In the 21st...
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Ala-Carte Of The Vibrant Tropical Fruits Found Globally

Walking in a supermarket one would feel that they have got a wide variety of fruit choices but in reality, it’s a...
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The Bombay Plague May Be The Reason Why Cross On The Street Corners Exist

The Bombay Plague The by-lanes of Bombay or ‘Mumbai’, as we know it today, have been a witness...

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All You Need To Know About Entomophagy – The Practice Of Eating Insects

Wouldn’t you be infuriated if you went to a 5-star restaurant, order soup for starters and once it was served, you found...

Include Supplemental Plans in your Health Insurance: Dental Insurance Options

While it would be lovely if your health insurance automatically included full coverage, that isn’t the case. While Parts A and B of Medicare...
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Are Blue Eyes more Prone to Malignancy?

What causes Malignancy? The human eyelid is a thin skin layer that can't shield your eyes from the...
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Rosemary Kennedy’s Tragedy Is Something The World Should Know About…

Rosemary Kennedy was the eldest daughter of Joseph Kennedy, Sr, and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. However, the world might recognize...
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Abbreviations Which Were Unknown To Most Of Us !

Abbreviations An abbreviation is a short form, which is used to substitute a bigger word. For...