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Gestational diabetes and heat

Gestational diabetes and heat

Staying safe in hot weather – Gestational diabetes and heat Summer has arrived and so what does that mean for you lovely ladies as far as staying safe in the hot weather, plus gestational diabetes and heat is concerned? Here’s a few points to note which may make your gestational diabetes summer a bit more pleasant and levels a bit lower and more stabilised. You may find a big difference in your blood glucose levels in hot conditions and so it’s important to be prepared! DRINK, DRINK, DRINK! Hydration is so important during pregnancy, with gestational diabetes we need to stay well hydrated and...

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Comedy Sketch Featuring Nazi Swastika On Woman’s Bald Head Infuriates Viewers

Comedy Sketch Featuring Nazi Swastika On Woman’s Bald Head Infuriates Viewers

Image via Dennis van de Water / Shutterstock.com A television comedy sketch has sparked backlash for featuring the Nazi swastika symbol. In the skit, Australian broadcaster SBS’ youth news show The Feed poked fun at failed at-home haircuts that people might have attempted during the coronavirus lockdown. Comedians Jenna Owen and Vic Zerbst got themselves buzzcuts by celebrity stylist Alex Lee. However, after Zerbst hair was shaved off, it was discovered that she had a swastika-shaped birthmark on her head. In the clip, the hairstylist said, “Can I just say, I do find that symbol very racist and we do...

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Humans of China: "Marrying Him Meant I Couldn’t Keep My Daughter"

Humans of China: "Marrying Him Meant I Couldn’t Keep My Daughter"

This article comes from Humans of China (WeChat ID: humans-of-china), which aims to document and tell the stories of the many varied people of this vast country, one individual at a time. I first married when I was 19, but within less than a year I was a widower left with a baby girl. My husband sadly passed away after becoming sick. I was introduced to him by a neighbor and after meeting him a couple of times we got married. My parents couldn’t attend the wedding and they had to stay at home. I walked from my village with my auntie...

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Bookish Clothes (and Gear) for That Work From Home Life

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Bookish Clothes (and Gear) for That Work From Home Life

Staying home as much is helping keep us safe, and also helping my wardrobe transition to something must more casual than my usual workwear. If you need a work from home wardrobe refresh, why not try on one of these comfortable and bookish duds to spruce up your routine and remind you (and everyone you video chat with) of your favorite hobby! Drink Coffee, Read Books, Be Happy Coffee+Books=Happy is an equation I can get behind. Pay tribute to your reading and drinking habits with this straightforward and comfy sweatshirt. Platform 9 3/4 Sweatshirt I love the minimalist look of...

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Your baby is about to turn 1? Time to plan a birthday party they won’t remember! In truth, the 1st-birthday party is meant for you, your family, and friends

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Your baby is about to turn 1? Time to plan a birthday party they won’t remember! In truth, the 1st-birthday party is meant for you, your family, and friends

It’s a way to say thank you for answering your frantic middle-of-the-night phone calls and for watching the tot so you could enjoy one another’s company in a restaurant child-free. The best 1st-birthday party ideas tend to be the simplest: indoor activities that are fun for everyone — meaning boys and girls of all ages, as well as all the adults in the room. To that end, here are 10 1st-birthday party ideas covering a range of themes — from time capsules to baby yoga — and a whole gamut of entertaining indoor activities, whether it’s building a ball pit...

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