Thursday, April 15

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Merry Christmas!!!
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Merry Christmas!!!

Oncologist Omar Atik from the United States decided to make a generous gift to those patients who still owe him for treatment, and write off their debts for the New Year. We are talking about $650 thousand, which owed the Atika clinic almost 200 patients. The oncologist closed his clinic in March last year, after 29 years of work. But his former patients were left with large debts, according to Lad Bible. The doctor waited for the patients to pay off, but then realized that most of them simply do not have money. Then he conferred with his wife and decided to send everyone a Christmas card with a notice of debt cancellation. Omar Atik hopes this will bring hope for a brighter new year 2021. "I love them, I care about them, and I'm glad I was able to do something for my patients," Atik s...
7 Foods That You Can Find in Almost Every Culture
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7 Foods That You Can Find in Almost Every Culture

One of the joys of life is tasting dishes from different countries, and while every cuisine is different in terms of ingredient combinations, spices, and methods of preparation – all of them have something in common. There are certain foods that are universal and can be found all over the world, but everyone cooks them differently, infusing them with various flavours and spices. Let’s take a look at universal foods that you can find in almost every culture. 1. Rice Rice is a staple in Asian and African cuisines, but these days you’d be hard-pressed to find a cuisine that doesn’t incorporate rice dishes. No matter what country you visit you will always be able to find rice in the supermarket and there’s usually a dish with rice in most countries. China has popularised stir-fried rice...
How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf
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How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf

How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf This coronavirus we’ve come to know as Covid-19 is causing a lot of panic and trouble across the globe. Not only has it taken our ability to travel or hang out in pubs and bars and movie theaters, but it’s also taken our ability to see friends, visit relatives, have human contact with people outside of our flatmates and in some countries it’s even taken our freedom to go outside for a walk. But you know what it hasn’t taken? Our sense of humour and our creativity, and until we have that we will be ok. Whether you want to wear a facemask or you think there’s no point in wearing one, we hope you find some joy in Max Siedetopf’s humorous photos on how to survive a deadly global virus. Max Siedentopf is a fellow millennial that...
Study: The 15 most popular hobbies to start during the CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
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Study: The 15 most popular hobbies to start during the CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Staying home is more necessary than ever right now in light of the coronavirus pandemic. In some states, it’s even required by law. And while you might understand why isolating yourself is important to stop the spread of the virus, you also might be wondering what the heck am I supposed to do for the next few weeks?! An easy answer? Take up a new hobby. To help inspire you, NerdBear analyzed recent Google search trends to find the 15 most popular hobbies in the U.S. right now, from doing yoga to learning a new language. Below are the results along with our tips for getting started with each. 1. Watching TV shows and movies Don’t forget the popcorn. Being stuck at home is the perfect excuse to binge-watch all your favorite shows or movies. While Netflix and ...
10 Good COVID-19 News From Around The World
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10 Good COVID-19 News From Around The World

If all the news about the COVID-19 pandemic that hits your news feed seems intimidating, don’t be afraid – there are also many positive messages related to coronavirus. Сrowdwisemen.com provides 10 examples of good news from around the world. 1. Researchers from the USA began testing the first vaccine against COVID-19 on volunteers as part of an experimental testing program Scientists at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Research Institute in Seattle, according to AP, handed over the first batch of a potential coronavirus vaccine to several dozen volunteers. One of the participants in the study, the 43-year-old mother of two teenagers Jennifer Haller, leaving the study room, smiling, said she was feeling good and “for her this is a great opportunity to do something at least” in t...