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Updated on December 28, 2021 by healthlines
The Covid pandemic was continuing its deadly course, Brazil was ruled by someone who claimed that vaccines could turn people into crocodiles. No jokes during ketamine trips. And no clowns, either. Make peace with the fact that being tired and being… Read More
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Updated on January 15, 2022 by healthlines
Tips and tools to improve your work-life balance. Achieve your goals, get things done and save time. Europe’s comparative success in getting workers idled by the pandemic back into the labor force. The great resignation. Singapore has one… Read More
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Updated on May 27, 2021 by healthlines
Winterzwemmen is populair. Mede door de sluiting van zwembaden en sportscholen zoeken meer mensen het koude water op. Gezond of niet? What if you could influence your blood glucose levels by changing the way you breathe? The cold… Read More