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    Physical & Mental Health During COVID-19

    How do you look after your physical & mental health during COVID-19?
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    Gobble, gobble, fellow canucks!

    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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    RIP, Eddie Van Halen!

    RIP to a Legend!
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    Sleeve gastrectomy

    I don't even know if I'm qualified to have one.
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    Sleeve gastrectomy

    Sleeve gastrectomy is becoming a more popular weight loss surgery. People who undergo it lose about 40% of their extra weight. What are the short-term and long-term complications from having weight loss surgery?
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    What are you having for breakfast

    toast and omelette for me
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    What is your current food obsession??

    a Korean dish called Tteokbokki
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    What’s on the dinner table (part 2)?

    Baked Salmon and vegetable salad
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    The daily excercise report thread!!

    reached 8,000 steps today!
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    Body hair

    I only shave my legs and armpits
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    Home Remedies

    Eczema - wash with white vinegar then apply olive oil. olive oil can be used as much as you want
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    Prenatal yoga

    Total Body Yoga Workout | Fightmaster Yoga 30-Minute Power Vinyasa Flow with Briohny Smyth | Alo Yoga 910-Minute Morning Yoga Full Body Stretch | Yoga with Kassandra
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    Type 1 diabetes

    The world becomes dark when you found out that you are diabetic. But life must go on, need to stay positive and work harder for good health.
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    Aspiring Insomniac

    How much sleep is enough? well, that varies from person to person. At some point, many adults experience short-term insomnia, which lasts for days or weeks. It's usually the result of stress or a traumatic event. But some people have long-term insomnia that lasts for a month or more. Insomnia...
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    Drinking to increase stomach capacity

    Your stomach is an elastic organ, so when you take in a large volume of food, liquid, or air (think carbonation), it does expand to accommodate everything that's put into it. But it starts to shrink back to its normal size once the meal has passed out of the stomach.
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