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1. Unborn babies kick so they build up the strength in their bones
2. Swap skim milk for Full cream milk. Previous studies that have said that skim milk is better for you have proven to be wrong. A Danish study shows that full cream raises you levels of good HDL cholesterol. HDL helps to remove the bad LDL cholesterol.
3.That if you die while working for Google, they give 50% of your pay to your partner for 10 years as well as $1000 a month to your children until they are 19.
4. Reindeer like bananas
5. Switzerland eats the most chocolate equating to 10 kilos per person per year
6. Dogs prefer Kangen water:
This was an example of how easy it is to kidnap a child while in your care. Put those phones away and connect and play with your kids.
There is an explosion of Human Trafficking in this world and this is how easy it is to happen.
Put those phones away. We are responsible for our children who incidentally grow up too fast so enjoy and interact with them at all times when you are with them. It is Paramount.
PUT THOSE PHONES AWAY
This video next shows how easy for teenagers to be picked up. Scary. Teach your kids to check with you before entering someones vehicle. Always.
Remember Human Trafficking is rampant.
This is an interesting take. One that I don’t think we should take lightly. I am inclined to agree..
I like this video – Why? The reason being I think it is a great introduction to life for your children who are now of the age that are entering the work force or going off to study at University. I believe those who have talents often do not make the most of them and end up wondering after a few years “what happened” where did all that time go and I have achieved very little. There are reasons why some succeed and some do not and I believe this guy explains it very well. We often see these qualities in our own children and I believe we should be aware and nurture qualities no matter what the age.
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2. If you want to remember someones name – Associate their name with their job. When you first meet them ask them what is their occupation. It gives you something to associate their name with and a better chance of remembering it.
3. Orca’s brains have an enlarged limbic node, which deals with emotions and memories. Even taking into account the size difference of a human brain, an orca’s brain contains more of the spindle cells that process empathy and social patterns. This result could be evidence that Killer whales could be more empathetic than we humans. I guess if you meet one in the ocean one would like to think this is true.
4. At the Providence Mount St. Vincent in Seattle there is a pre school inside a nursing home. “We wanted a living, vibrant community; to make sure that this was a place where people came to live, not die,” says Charlene Boyd, an administrator at the center. Bringing children in was a natural solution.
Socializing across generations has also been shown to increase the amount of smiling and conversation among older adults, according to one Japanese study from 2013.
These intergenerational interactions also enhance children’s social and personal development as many of the parents will attest. kids are prone to feel more comfortable around those with disabilities and impairments of all kinds than their peers who lack such experiences.
5. Tulips are not native to the Netherlands – Tulips had been cultivated in Turkish gardens for years and there were over a thousand types of tulips by the time Europe discovered the flower. In the late 16th century tulips were brought to Europe by the Austrian ambassador to Turkey, then known as Constantinople. From Austria tulips made their way to the Netherlands where the Dutch became leaders in producing prized specimens.
By the 1630’s tulip speculation, or tulipmania, was rampant throughout the Netherlands and both rich and poor were speculating in the tulip trade, similar to the stock market in modern times. In 1637 the tulip market crashed leaving many Dutch penniless.
Despite the crash the Dutch continued to cultivate these colorful flowers and the Netherlands still remains the chief source for tulip bulbs.
1.Ginger is a long used medicine in many cultures, it is a winter must have because of its anti inflammatory compounds. It is very inexpensive and known to be used for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis and the cancer linked to it.
2. If you want to befriend a dog this is how you do it. Dogs get high when you rub their ears real good. They have a branch of nerves in their ears that extend to their internal organs and release endorphins when you rub them, sending relaxing impulses through their bodies and going them a natural high.
3. Anxiety can be a direct result of their parents behavior. Though high anxiety is partly genetic, children are more likely to be anxious if their parents openly criticize them, doubt their competence, are controlling, or are emotionally cold – to the pont that researchers analyzing a childs anxiety have been able to predict their mother’s behavior before ever observing it.
4. With a country such as Norway, with so many beautiful areas and scenery, you might think that the access is restricted or commercialized by someone. But that isn’t the case. Trespassing is not so much of a thing in Norway. The country has a law called ‘allemannsretten’ meaning every man’s right or the right to roam that dates back to ancient times and allow you to freely roam and camp on all uncultivated land as long as you show respect for nature and pick up your trash.
5. The phrase ‘Crab mentality’ is used to describe the ‘if I can’t have it, neither can you’ mindset. The metaphors refers to a pot of crabs that could easily get out, but they ensure their own demise by competitively clawing at each other-like spiteful humans trying to bring down those who are more successful by diminishing their importance