A study of half a million people found more evidence that drinking coffee is associated with a longer life
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A study of half a million people found more evidence that drinking coffee is associated with a longer life

A study of half a thousand individuals discovered more proof that drinking coffee is associated with a more life A new study shows people who drink coffee, even people who drink eight or more cups per day, are less likely to die early than non-coffee drinkers. The analysis, published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine,…

Loss Meme – Where does it originate from?
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Loss Meme – Where does it originate from?

Loss, also called CADbortion, Loss.jpg and | || || |_, describes an iconic cartoon strip from the video sport -themed webcomic series Ctrl+Alt+Del[1] where the female lead suffers a miscarriage. The dramatic tonal shift for the series was unexpected, and for many readers, unsuccessful, leading to the strip being widely mocked online. In the decade…

Uno reverse Card Meme – What is it?
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Uno reverse Card Meme – What is it?

UNO Reverse Card refers to a playing card in the sport UNO that reverses the order of twists and is used as metaphorical term for a comeback or a karmic change of events. Origin On April 18th, 2018, Urban Dictionary consumer Coolkid87611[1] described the UNO reverse card “An upgraded no u” providing the instance of:”Me:…

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Let me in meme – Explanation (2020)

Let Me is reaction picture or GIF of American comic Eric Andre yelling”Let me in!” Beyond the Democratic National Convention at 2016. The movie was uploaded to YouTube that afternoon and received 2.9 million views and 55,000 enjoys in 3 years (shown below). Spread On November 3rd, 2018, Stevie A posted the shortened clip to…

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Slow walkers more likely to get sick when old, study finds

Walking Slowly could be a sign you are more likely to become ill in later life, according to new research. A simple test to measure the speed someone walks could predict their possibility of having diseases like Alzheimer’s years before symptoms develop, scientists say. Researchers discovered 45-year-olds who obviously walked slowly had bodies and brains…

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How to find the Best VPN for You [Pssh it involves a Quiz] Finding a VPN is like choosing a Car, Clothing or a Diet, It all depends on you. It depends on how many devices do you need it on, what price you are looking for, which devices you are going to use it…