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January 18, 2022

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4 door Orange

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I am a huge admirer of structured cars, and my favourite is the Jeep Wrangler. The interior and external designs are both timeless.

Are you on the lookout for the ideal car for your next off-road adventure? Meet the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited for 2020. It's pleasant to wear at work, but it really shines in your spare time. All three grades have a manual convertible roof with roll-over safety and a glass back window. With a glass rear window, hardtop lovers enjoy the same roll-over safety.




Trim Levels (Exterior)

The Sport, Sahara, and Rubicon trim levels are available on the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Each of the three trim levels is a four-door, four-wheel-drive vehicle. There are three hooks on the Sport: two on the front bumper and one on the back. The stock mirrors are manual but remote-controlled, heated power mirrors are available as an addition. Power mirrors are now standard on the Sahara, and the fender flares have been changed from black to body-coloured. The other amenities, as well as a clearcoat monotone logo or decal that makes the rough car stand out, are enjoyed by Rubicon owners.



Performance

A standard class II trailer harness and tow hitch are included in all three trim levels. The Sport can carry up to 1,000 pounds of payload. It can handle up to 3,000 pounds of trailer weight. The payload of the Sahara is reduced to 880 pounds, but the trailer capacity is increased to 3,500 pounds. The 3,500-pound trailer capacity increases the payload to 892 pounds for Rubicon owners.



Interior

Owners of the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited will discover a blend of function and comfort within the vehicle. The ride can accommodate up to five persons. Bucket seats are available in the front row, while a 60/40-split folding bench seat is available in the back. To keep everyone secure and comfortable, all of the chairs include adjustable, folding headrests. For all-important, tiny goods, seatback storage is offered in both front seats. While on the road, two power outlets keep electronics charged. The radio has AM/FM frequencies and can be upgraded to include a satellite package. Owners can secure their cargo with cargo tie-downs regardless of the road or weather conditions. A regular compass and an outside temperature gauge are available to drivers. All three grades come with cruise control as standard equipment. The Sahara includes a 4G LTE hotspot for internet access.



Featured Safety

A full-size spare tire is included in all three grades for a simple change no matter where the adventure takes you. If you require assistance, activate the emergency SOS system to alert bystanders. All three grades come standard with front and side-impact airbags. If the weather or road conditions unexpectedly change, the four-wheel anti-lock brake system gives drivers peace of mind. With its security system and panic alarm, the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is safe.

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Marcolin sunglasses style trends

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For more than 60 years, Marcolin has been designing, manufacturing, and distributing sunglasses and optical glasses for leading companies. The company's success has been characterized by its dual vocation, which combines the best Italian workmanship with a strong capacity to intercept and make developments in the world of fashion their own.


Starting from Longarone, the town in the heart of the Venetian eyeglasses area with which it retains a tight link with the Made in Italy culture, the company has gained success and global affirmation thanks to this mentality. The Marcolin is distinguished by its quality, both in terms of its output and in terms of the relationships it has built with worldwide players.

Every pair of spectacles is a desirable, wearable, and lived object for the Marcolin Group. The sign for the most extreme display of personal taste and aesthetics. Marcolin sunglasses style trends.

The glasses we wear reveal who we are to the rest of the world. Finding the appropriate ones entails expressing one's personality through a flawless, iconic accessory. Here are some sunglasses trending right now.






7 REASONS WHY YOUR WEBSITE NEEDS TO BE REDESIGNED

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Your website is the face of your brand, and it is critical to the success of your company.
The most critical component of your digital strategy is your website. A website is a vital part of any company's marketing strategy, and it should be well-designed to be simple to explore and use. It's preferable to keep things basic and update widgets on a regular basis.

People redesign their websites for a variety of reasons, including improving the look, increasing traffic, and increasing revenue. Here are seven reasons why your website should be redesigned.


Your website is not mobile-friendly.


Your website should be user-friendly on mobile devices and load quickly. When you visit a website and have to wait up to a minute or more for the information to appear, the number of daily/monthly visitors can drop.

Does not reflect your company's image.


Different website designs are available for various product types. Your website should express your brand to the people who will be using your services. A food blog or a restaurant website are suitable examples. The concept should be lively and appealing, with brightly coloured templates being preferred.

A new beginning.


For those who want to switch or establish a new business, styling program, or career in any subject. Redesigning your website can give your company a fresh look and feel. If you don't have much experience with website redesign, it's best to hire a professional.

January 17, 2022

5 Signs Your Faith Is Being Tested

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As you go through life, you’ll encounter situations that test your faith. You can think of these as trials that define the direction of your spiritual path. Do well, and you’ll emerge stronger. Do poorly, and your life will start getting out of control. 


In this post, we take a look at some of the signs you’re being tested and what they mean. 



You’re Being Asked To Sacrifice Something



While we might like to have it all in life, it’s not possible. Time, money, and resources are all limited. Eventually, we have to make decisions about what can stay, and what must go. 


We have examples of sacrifice in the Bible, notably when Abraham offered up his son Isaac on the mountain as a test of faith. 


In life, you will face similar tests. You may have to sacrifice a career for a family or time for a project that you want to complete. Whatever it is, giving something up is a test of faith that everything will be okay in the end. 


You’re Being Asked To Give Up Control


God is always probing our hearts, trying to figure out what we’re made of. The idea is that we surrender and place our total trust in our faith. Doing this is a kind of proof that we’re giving everything over to a higher power. 


Tests of the heart come in all shapes and sizes. Some involve work, while others can affect your health.

Through these processes, we come to be stronger people. If we can show faith in the most challenging of conditions, then it means that the rest of our lives will be a breeze. 


The Healthiest Diet to Prevent Fatty Liver Disease

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New study.

This diet is already recommended by experts due to its multiple health benefits.

The liver is a vital organ for overall health, and the foods you eat can either aid or hinder its function. For example, choosing meals strong in dietary fibre and vitamins C and E can help keep the liver healthy, whereas drinking too much alcohol or eating foods high in saturated fat can impair it.



According to new research, following a Mediterranean diet can help manage the fatty liver disease, a prevalent liver ailment. In a study published this month in the journal Nutrients, researchers looked at the liver fat content and adherence to the Mediterranean diet of almost 1,400 people aged 65 and up.

They discovered that adhering to this diet reduces liver fat levels, but that eating more red and processed meat, as well as consuming more alcohol, increases liver fat content. Sticking to white meat and plant-based proteins, as well as cutting less on alcohol, can help your liver.

Fatty liver disease (also known as hepatic steatosis) is generally "a quiet disorder with few or no symptoms," according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), which is part of the National Institutes of Health. If you have signs of fatty liver disease, you may experience abdominal pain and weariness. People with this ailment are more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes, among other health concerns.

How to examine your breast at home

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Tips for Self-Examinations of the Breast


How frequently do you examine your breasts, and do you know how to perform a self-breast exam properly? There is no better time than the present to learn how to perform a self-breast exam, so here are some recommendations to help you be more thorough during your self-checkups.



The significance of breast examinations


Breast cancer statistics and the need for screening are compelling: mammography has contributed to a nearly 40% reduction in breast cancer fatalities since 1990. Regular mammography and self-examinations can help you save your life by detecting irregularities early on.

Breast examinations also offer a secondary purpose: they help you become acquainted with your breasts. This may seem ludicrous; after all, they are your breasts, and you are inherently familiar with them. However, many women are unaware of lumps until they are detected during a mammogram. Simply stroking your breasts is insufficient; you must master the proper technique and recognize the signs.



How to do an effective self-examination


You're likely to have come across a guide or graphic demonstrating how to conduct a self-breast inspection. While these graphics are excellent for spreading awareness on social media, they may not always convey accurate and comprehensive information.

Choose a day after your period ends to conduct a self-examination. This helps prevent your breasts from becoming sensitive, puffy, or sore. If you are not menstruating, simply choose one day per month. Begin your assessment with a visual inspection. In front of a mirror, standing topless and slowly raise your arms, elevate each breast, and inspect for any irregularities. These include the following:

Changes in size, shape, or symmetry

Dimpling

Changes in the nipples

The presence of redness, ridges, or roughness

After that, it's time for the physical examination.
After that, it's time for the physical examination. Gently massage your breasts in spirals with the pads of your fingers, beginning at the nipple and working outward. Then, with your fingers, trace the circumference of the breast up toward the collarbone. Finally, massage the sides, paying special attention to the area around the armpit.

Symply Tacha dressed in a crimson Airla Hills gown.

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Tacha has always looked good in a dress and this is no exception. She looked amazing in this red dress styled by the popular Nigerian stylist medlinboss, wearing bella_byairlahills, captured by photokulture, and face by dv_hairsalon.


 


Drinking Habits Shortening Your Life, Mayo Clinic

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It might be time to start cutting back on your spending.

The energy from a double espresso will last you through those early morning meetings. Get a soda from the office vending machine to prevent the mid-afternoon energy slump. Unwind with a beverage or a refreshing beer after a long and exhausting day at work. Some of these seemingly harmless drinks might add up. Some drinking habits, according to the Mayo Clinic, can shorten your life or, at the very least, affect your general health.

That's not to say you can't indulge in a martini or a latte once in a while. Due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, red wine and coffee have been demonstrated in studies to help you live longer. As with everything, moderation is vital. Pre-existing health concerns, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or high cholesterol, as well as prescription medications that may interfere with certain beverages, must all be considered.



Here are a few of the bad drinking behaviours you should strive to avoid, as well as links to more information.


1. Constantly consuming more than four cups of coffee every day.

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If you're under the age of 55, drinking more than four cups of coffee a day can increase your risk of dying from a number of conditions, according to a 2013 study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. People who drank more than 28 cups per week had a greater risk of dying from any cause, according to researchers.

"It indicates that drinking one to three cups of coffee every day is safe," said one of the study's co-authors, Xuemei Sui, who defines a cup of coffee as 6 to 8 ounces.

According to the researchers, this link may be higher among younger men and women since they are more prone to engage in other hazardous practices such as poor diet and excessive alcohol usage.

2. Consistently consuming sugar-sweetened beverages.

Whether you prefer sweetened fruit juice or flavoured coffee, the Mayo Clinic warns that drinking sugary drinks on a daily basis has been linked to weight gain, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

In fact, a large study published in the journal Circulation found that those who eat more sugar-sweetened beverages had a higher risk of dying prematurely—particularly from heart disease—than those who consume fewer. The study also identified a small link between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and cancer death, particularly among breast cancer survivors.

3. Drinking a lot of milk from cows.

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A little milk, yogurt, or cheese every now and then isn't a bad thing. Dairy is a wonderful source of protein and bone-strengthening calcium if you aren't allergic to it. However, you might want to reconsider how much milk you're drinking because, according to a Mayo Clinic study released in 2019, excessive dairy consumption has been linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer.

"Our assessment indicated a cause for concern with excessive consumption of dairy products," says study lead author John Shin, PhD, a Mayo Clinic oncologist. " The findings contribute to a growing body of evidence suggesting plant-based diets may be beneficial to one's health."

Although the Mayo Clinic acknowledges that cow's milk and other dairy products can be part of a healthy diet, it recommends that low-fat or skimmed variants be preferred over full-fat varieties since full-fat products include saturated fat, which raises cholesterol. Milk and other dairy products should also be consumed in moderation, with about two servings per day.

4. Drinking an energizing beverage.

Energy drinks, no matter how much you have, are not a good choice, and consuming them on a regular basis is one of the drinking habits that shortens your life. Drinking just one 16-ounce energy drink, according to Mayo Clinic studies, can significantly boost blood pressure and stress hormone responses. In previous investigations, energy drinks were also found to be dangerous when coupled with alcohol.

"In previous research, we found that energy drink intake elevated blood pressure in healthy young adults," says co-author Dr. Anna Svatikova. "We now show that as blood pressure rises, norepinephrine, a stress hormone component, rises as well, potentially predisposing healthy people to a higher risk of cardiac events."

Instead of grabbing one of those sugar-laden energy drinks, Mayo advocates getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, and increasing physical activity to naturally boost your energy levels. Another option is unsweetened green or black tea; both deliver a caffeine boost without the extra sugar, and studies suggest that they may even lower blood pressure.

5. Consumption of "abundant" alcoholic beverages.

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Assume you consume alcohol on a daily basis or consume multiple drinks in a single session. In that scenario, the Mayo Clinic strongly urges you to analyze your habits in order to protect your health, as excessive alcohol consumption is one of the drinking habits that can shorten your life.

High-risk drinking is defined as more than three drinks in one day for men and more than seven drinks in a week for women, according to the Mayo Clinic. For men over 65, it's just one drink per day; for guys under 65, it's more than four drinks per day or more than 14 drinks per week.

"Occasional beer or wine with dinner, or a drink in the evening, is not a health risk for most people," says Mayo Clinic doctor Terry Schneekloth, MD, in a Q&A. "When drinking becomes a daily habit, however, it could mean you're increasing your intake and jeopardizing your health. Alcohol has the potential to destroy your body's organs and cause a number of health issues. Because women's bodies contain less water than men's, lower doses of alcohol cause harm. That's why men and women have different drinking limits."

Excessive drinking may increase your risk of serious health problems such as pancreatitis, numerous malignancies, heart muscle damage, stroke, liver disease, and sudden death if you already have cardiovascular disease. It can also cause your blood pressure to skyrocket, putting you in danger.

"Having more than three beers in one sitting boosts your blood pressure briefly," says Sheldon G. Sheps, MD, emeritus professor of medicine and former chair of the Mayo Clinic's Division of Nephrology and Hypertension. "Keep in mind that alcohol contains calories and might result in unwanted weight gain, which is a risk factor for high blood pressure."

In light of all of this, the Mayo Clinic advises that you drink in moderation. Women should drink no more than one drink per day, while males should drink no more than two drinks per day—equivalent to 12 ounces of beer, five ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor.



6. Consumption of two or more diet drinks each day.

Do you think diet soda is healthy? We're sorry to tell you this, but just because your beverage is sugar- and calorie-free doesn't mean it's healthier. While artificial sweeteners may not raise blood sugar levels in the same way that traditional sweeteners do, they do have other side effects, according to the Mayo Clinic. According to one study, women who consumed two or more artificially sweetened beverages per day had a higher risk of stroke than women who consumed them less frequently or not at all.

"While more research is needed, these findings suggest that artificially sweetened beverages should be used in moderation," the Mayo Clinic advised.

Although the Mayo Clinic acknowledges that artificial sweeteners in moderation may be beneficial, it nonetheless advocates avoiding over-processed foods and beverages with little nutritional value, such as diet soda, in favour of whole foods and drinks that are naturally sweetened.

"If you drink artificially sweetened beverages on a regular basis as a substitute for sweetened beverages, use it as a stepping stone to drinking more plain water," Mayo Clinic recommends. "Your body necessitates water, and it is undeniably helpful to you."

Trend Craze: Versace Medusa Aevitas Platform Pumps

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Versace Medusa Aevitas platform pumps

If you're wondering why most women are wearing the Versace Medusa Aevitas platform pumps and why every woman wants to buy them right now, you're not alone. This was a big hit for Versace, in my opinion. You can't browse through Instagram without seeing a picture of these heels.


The fact that this shoe is on every lady's wish list right now is due to the fact that it is Versace. A high-end brand is always prevailing. They are quite elegant, made of satin, and have a versatile block platform. They are available in a variety of colours, including black, red, fuchsia pink, deep fuxia, orchard purple and yellow, and are worn by the majority of celebrities.

Do you want to get your hands on a pair of Medusa Aevitas pumps? Pink is the most popular colour. On the runway, Beyonce and other trendy women previously wore it. It's been dubbed "Instagram statement heels."

Ageing: Definition, Process, & Effects

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What Is Aging?


We've all seen the obvious signs of ageing: wrinkles, grey hair, a stooped posture, and maybe a few "senior moments" of forgetfulness. But why do such things occur? What is the definition of ageing?

A total of 13 trillion cells make up each of us. Each of our tissues and organs is made up of a collection of cells that are bound together by a variety of natural materials that the cells have created.

Each of our cells, and thus our tissues and organs, begins to age from the minute we are born. Of course, we are still growing and multiplying the number of cells in our bodies early in life. We can't see the ageing of the cells because they're so small; all we see is the body developing and evolving.


The tell-tale indications of ageing appear at some point in life, usually in one's 30s. They can be found in a variety of places, including our vital signs (such as blood pressure), our skin, our bones and joints, our cardiovascular, digestive, and neural systems, and more. Early on in life, some ageing changes occur. Your metabolism, for example, begins to slow down around the age of 20. Changes in your hearing, on the other hand, normally don't start until you're 50 years old or later.

We still don't fully comprehend the complicated interplay of elements that cause us to age. We know that a variety of factors influence ageing, including genetics, food, exercise, sickness, and a slew of other factors that all contribute to the ageing process.

Since the 1990s, a succession of groundbreaking biological research studies has uncovered genes that have a significant impact on the rate at which cells and animals age. The good news is that biological changes that extend life also appear to enhance vitality: animals that live longer appear to be in good health for the majority of their lives.

Although none of these discoveries come close to providing humans with a "fountain of youth," some scientists hope that advances in ageing research in the twenty-first century will lead to the creation of medications that can lengthen human life while also improving human health. Of course, if that happens, the world will only be a better place if it can find a room, work, and resources for all the additional people.


The examples below show how ageing affects some of our primary body systems.


Tissues, organs, and cells:

Cells lose their ability to divide.

The ends of the chromosomes inside every cell, known as telomeres, gradually shorten until they are so short that the cell dies.

Waste products build up.

The connective tissue that connects the cells stiffens.

Many organs' maximum functioning capacity deteriorates.


Blood vessels and the heart:

The heart's wall becomes thicker.

The efficiency of the heart muscle decreases (putting up additional effort to pump the same volume of blood)

The aorta (the body's main artery) thickens, stiffens, and becomes less flexible over time.

Atherosclerosis affects many of the body's arteries, including those that carry blood to the heart and brain, but in some people, the problem never progresses to a critical stage.


Vital signs:

It is more difficult for the body to regulate its temperature.

After exercise, it takes longer for your heart rate to recover to normal.

Bones, muscles, and joints :

Bones get thinner and weaker over time.

Joints stiffen and become less flexible.

Joint cartilage and bone begin to deteriorate.

Muscle tissue shrinks in size and strength.




Digestive system:

The passage of food via the digestive tract becomes more difficult.

Smaller amounts of digestive juices are produced by the stomach, liver, pancreas, and small intestine.


The nerve system and the brain:

There is a decrease in the number of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.

The number of nerve cell connections reduces.

In the brain, abnormal formations known as plaques and tangles can form.


Ears and Eyes:

The retinas become thinner, and the irises become more rigid.

The lenses get less clear as time passes.

The ear canal's walls get thinner.

The eardrums become thicker with time.

5 Chic trending nail art ideas for 2022

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The subtle nail art trend is here to stay. Because there are so many cute manicure designs to pick from, you might want to start saving them for later.

Keep scrolling for the chicest nail art to add to your inspiration board ahead of your next salon appointment.

Nail by Nailyu

January 16, 2022

Challenges that can affect babies during the pandemic

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In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for many people. According to a report published in JAMA Pediatrics, the damage to newborns born during the epidemic could last a lifetime. Challenges that can affect babies during the pandemic. 


The brain develops most rapidly throughout the first three years of life. It's not just the health of the babies that matters, but also how they interact with their carers. Babies must be held, stroked, spoken to, smiled at, and played with. Neural connections are formed in the brain as they receive and respond to those interactions in a "serve and return" manner. When babies don't experience enough of these interactions, their brains don't develop as well as they should, and they can even be physically smaller.

It can be difficult to find the time, let alone the energy or interest, to chat to and play with your infant if you are a stressed or depressed parent or caregiver. Multiple studies have shown that maternal depression, poverty, and other family stressors can permanently alter a child's development.

What method was used to do the research?

As part of a long-term study about mothers and babies, Columbia University researchers looked at three groups of 6-month-old babies in this study. They looked at how the babies grew and changed. Two of the groups were born during the COVID-19 pandemic, with one group's mothers having COVID-19 and the other's not. A historical cohort made up the third group (a group of babies who were born before the pandemic).

The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) was used by the mothers in the study to track their babies' growth. The researchers found no differences in development between the two groups of newborns born during the pandemic, implying that prenatal COVID-19 exposure has no effect on development, which is fantastic news. However, newborns born during the epidemic had an inferior gross motor, fine motor, and social-emotional development than those born before it. Rolling from back to tummy (gross motor), reaching for or clutching a toy with both hands (fine motor), and acting differently toward strangers than toward parents or known people are examples of developmental activities for infants this age (social-emotional development).

Mercy Eke in Alexander wang and Bottega Veneta heels

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Mercy Eke Stunning in a car photoshoot wearing alexander wang Safari Short With Exposed Zipper And Logo Elastic Chino Black and Bottega Veneta Wire Stretch rubber heeled sandals $1,240. The reality Tv star winner looked good in this outfit. She was photographed in her car by the Lagos Paparazzi while attending an event in Lagos, Nigeria.



What is Menstrual Equity and why does it matter?

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It's happened to a lot of menstruating women: you're going about your business until you realize you've just gotten your period. You feel scared, vulnerable, and exposed as you race to find a restroom and wish fervently that you packed a menstruation product. This is exacerbated by the fact that our society stigmatizes menstruation — or, for that matter, anything having to do with a uterus — and these discussions are shrouded in secrecy.



Period supplies


If you're one of the almost 22 million women living in poverty in the United States who can't afford menstrual hygiene supplies, you're living in period poverty. According to a study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 64% of women have ever had trouble purchasing period items like pads, tampons, or reusable goods like menstrual cups. In addition, 21% said they couldn't afford these things on a monthly basis. People who are homeless or incarcerated are more vulnerable to not having enough menstrual hygiene supplies.



Why are period (menstruation) products a luxury?


Menstruation is an unavoidable part of life. Menstrual hygiene items should be considered as essentials rather than luxuries. Unfortunately, menstrual products are not covered by food stamps or the WIC (women, infants, and children) program subsidies for groceries.

Patients have told me that they can't afford menstruation products, so they use toilet paper or paper towels instead of pads or tampons. People who have heavy periods and need to change their pads or tampons frequently experience financial difficulties since they need to buy more pads or tampons than the average menstrual person. They may have vulvar irritation and vaginal discomfort if they try to extend the life of items by using them for many hours at a time. They may also be more susceptible to toxic shock syndrome, a potentially fatal infection.

Why is it vital to talk about period (menstruation) stigma?

To understand and address the issues people confront when it comes to access to menstrual hygiene products, we need to eliminate the stigma around menstruation. Poverty is a reality. Period equity should also be genuine. Embarrassment or taboos may hinder people from speaking up for themselves, but if that stigma is lifted — or even alleviated — we can move forward as a society to fulfil the needs of half of our population. When half of the population suffers financial and physical hardship as a result of the reproductive cycle required to guarantee human survival, there is no equity.


20 Cool Winter Back to School Outfit Ideas

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A new school year means a new set of back-to-school outfits! The Winter session and the start of the new term are just around the corner.

Are you unsure of the best time to begin planning your back to school winter outfits? Now is the time. This year, the majority of educational sectors are returning to classroom instruction, which means that planning your outfits is a good idea. There is a slew of effortless looks popular right now that require no effort. As well as slip dresses, plus-size t-shirts, jeans, coats, and sweaters.


Take a quick look at these on-trend styles from Instagram that you can simply replicate with only a minimal amount of back to school shopping.

Outfits by Thanyaw 






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