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Anthony Chung
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Photographer and Endodontist.
Photographer and Endodontist.

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Толкоз много жени ли те лъгаха,
че не вярваш във мойта любов?
Върху старото земно кълбо
в своя път, не чак толкова дълъг пък,
само мъка ли срещал си ти,
че са тъй тъжни твоите песни?
А пък аз имам толкоз мечти!
До една и наивни, и весели!
На! Вземи си! Вземи! От сърце
мойта радост със тебе споделям!
Дай си шепите! Дай две ръце!
Ала моята радост къде ли е?
Твойта мъка кога ме превзе?
И къде са мечтите ми весели,
та сърцето опразнено зей
и почерня скръб моите песни?...
Върху тъжното земно кълбо
и за нас има щастие, има -
лятно кътче сред най-люта зима!
Само вярвай във мойта любов!

Надежда Захариева
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Yes. The sand is very hot from the sun!
Perissa beach is one of the most popular beaches in Santorini, #Greece  

The volcanic black sands get extremely hot so wear those sandals!

>> http://ow.ly/AyXft #travelfact
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Brings back memories of whale and dolphin watching off Dana Point last year.
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One step closer to treating Mad Cow disease?
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"The authors of the analysis observed nearly 70,000 cancer cases and found that sitting at work can increase your chances of getting colon cancer by up to 24 per cent, endometrial cancer by up to 32 per cent and lung cancer by up to 21 per cent."
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Well said.
Sgt. Brownlow sums up so perfectly how we can disagree with our wars while still supporting and feeling grateful to our veterans.
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Spicy foods might help you live longer.
Mice That Feel Less Pain Live Longer

Scientists have found a way to beat back the hands of time and fight the ravages of old age, at least in mice. A new study finds that mice bred without a specific pain sensor, or receptor, live longer and are less likely to develop diseases such as diabetes in old age. What’s more, exposure to a molecule found in chili peppers and other spicy foods may confer the same benefits as losing this pain receptor—meaning that humans could potentially benefit, too.

When you touch something hot or get a nasty paper cut, pain receptors in your skin are activated, causing neurons to relay a message to your brain: “Ouch!” Although pain protects your body from damage, it also causes harm. People who experience chronic pain, for example, are more likely to have shorter lifespans, but the reason for this has remained unclear.

To investigate further, researchers from the University of California (UC), Berkeley, bred mice without a pain receptor called TRPV1. Found in the skin, nerves, and joints, it’s known to be activated by the spicy compound found in chili peppers, known as capsaicin. (When you feel like your mouth is burning after eating a jalapeño, that’s TRPV1 at work.) Surprisingly, the mice without TRPV1 lived on average 14% longer than their normal counterparts, the team reports  in Cell. 

Source: http://news.sciencemag.org/biology/2014/05/mice-feel-less-pain-live-longer
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Good advice, except I'd put stress higher on the list.
How Conventional Medicine Got Autoimmune Diseases All Wrong by Amy Myers, M.D. http://bit.ly/1k50SdB
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And the Electromagnetic field that those phones gave off was probably enough to fry even my noggin.
On this date in 1973, Martin Cooper of Motorola made the first mobile phone call from the streets of New York. #ThrowbackThursday  
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