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Exercise to beat aging

Exercise to beat aging

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Exercise and diet have been evidenced to help prevent Osteoporosis and Alzheimer's disease as well as a lot of heart condition issues like hypertension and weight gain. ...

I found the witch of my dream

I found the witch of my dream

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I am writing my novel based on a real story. But before moving to the real facts, I will be expounding on my recurring dreams. ...

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During one of my regular scrolls on Instagram, I came across a beautiful couple’s wedding photos. It was a normal, beautiful Hindu wedding that suddenly led me wondering about Kanyadaan. ...

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