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Sep'21

Artist’s Blog :- 0.1

I'm the Doctor, I'm worse than everyone's aunt. *catches himself* And that is not how I'm introducing myself. Saving the world with meals on wheels. I hate yogurt. It's just stuff with bits in. I'm nobody's taxi service; I'm not gonna be there to catch you every time you feel like jumping out of a spaceship. You know how I sometimes have really brilliant ideas? I am the Doctor, and you are the Daleks! Annihilate? No. No violence. I won't stand for it. Not now, not ever, do you understand me?! I'm the Doctor, the Oncoming Storm - and you basically meant beat them in a football match, didn't you? All I've got to do is pass as an ordinary human being. Simple. What could possibly go wrong? Annihilate? No. No violence. I won't stand for it. Not now, not ever, do you understand me?! I'm the Doctor, the Oncoming Storm - and you basically meant beat them in a football match, didn't you?

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Sep'21

Artist’s Blog

All I've got to do is pass as an ordinary human being. Simple. What could possibly go wrong? I'm nobody's taxi service; I'm not gonna be there to catch you every time you feel like jumping out of a spaceship. No… It's a thing; it's like a plan, but with more greatness. Heh-haa! Super squeaky bum time! Father Christmas. Santa Claus. Or as I've always known him: Jeff. Stop talking, brain thinking. Hush. It's art! A statement on modern society, 'Oh Ain't Modern Society Awful?'! You've swallowed a planet! You've swallowed a planet! They're not aliens, they're Earth…liens! Heh-haa! Super squeaky bum time!  It's art! A statement on modern society, 'Oh Ain't Modern Society Awful?'! You hit me with a cricket bat. I'm the Doctor. Well, they call me the Doctor. I don't know why. I call me the Doctor too. I still don't know why. I'm the Doctor, I'm worse than everyone's aunt. *catches himself* And that is not how I'm introducing myself. Saving the world with meals on wheels. I hate yogurt. It's just stuff with bits in. I'm nobody's taxi service; I'm not gonna be there to catch you every time you feel like jumping out of a spaceship.

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21

Sep'21

Read a book (or article) to uncover a clever blog name

Did you know that reading can open your mind and improve your imagination in fascinating ways? Your perfect blog name may just be hiding away inside your favorite book, or even one of my free blogging books. It might be a word or a phrase that catches your attention a few pages in.Or more often than not, the simple act of reading something you’re interested in—might just open your mind into thinking outside the box for a bit. This is a great way come up with a fresh blog name that has a connection to something you’re already interested in, too.

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21

Sep'21

The Best Thing for Back Pain is Actually More Movement

Historically, many of those people were told that, barring a specific, treatable injury, there’s one prescription for back pain: rest. But research today tells us that the answer is actually just the opposite.“The advice to rest and not stress your back runs counter to what we now understand to be the best course of action,” says Eric Robertson, a spokesperson for the American Physical Therapy Association and an associate professor of clinical physical therapy at University of Utah and University of Southern California. One of the main issues that physical therapists and physicians alike have run into is that we don’t actually know what causes the pain. Pain in any muscle can come from being too tight or stiff, but it could also be from a weakness or if it’s not moving in the right way, explains Robertson. Like a car, he says, if there’s one weak spot other parts of the vehicle are going to wear down more quickly—and that’s where you can get pain.Strengthening your core and back muscles, then, can be incredibly helpful in treating and preventing back pain. And the good news is that you don’t need to do serious weight training to see benefits. The more you move generally, the less likely you are to have pain.“Standing frequently throughout the day, walking or pacing whenever feasible, and stretching the hips, hamstrings, and hip flexors regularly are a good way to be proactive in preventing these issues,” says Lauren Shroyer, Senior Director of Product Development and a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) at the American Council on Exercise. Robertson agrees.

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Sep'21

Daily news and updates

Wow! A superpowers drug you can just rub onto your skin? You’d think it would be something you’d have to …

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