Daily Archives: January 1, 2018

Eva Longoria Shares First Photo of Her Growing Baby Bump

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Eva Longoria has a lot to be grateful for this new year. On Monday, the pregnant actress shared with her Instagram followers a sweet photo of herself in plaid pajamas with several hands on her growing baby bump. “New year, new adventures!” Longoria captioned the pic. “I’m so grateful to my beautiful family for giving this new ...

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And the award doesn’t go to

Shah Rukh Khan reminisces a time when award functions meant a lot more, and the trophy counted for something. While Rajkummar Rao is busy raking in accolades for his performances this year, popular awards in India are choosing to give these awards to A-listers instead. We examine the trend. The fag end of a year and the beginning of a ...

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Initial Data From The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Points to 20% Increase in Procedures in 2015

NEW YORK, NY  – The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s (ASAPS’) preliminary survey findings from its procedural statistical data for the 2015 calendar year suggest that both surgical and nonsurgical procedures are on the rise. Both men and women are partaking in a variety of aesthetic procedures in steadily increasing numbers. S… Cosmetic Surgery – Healthcanal.com

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And the award doesn’t go to

Shah Rukh Khan reminisces a time when award functions meant a lot more, and the trophy counted for something. While Rajkummar Rao is busy raking in accolades for his performances this year, popular awards in India are choosing to give these awards to A-listers instead. We examine the trend. The fag end of a year and the beginning of a ...

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Gonorrhoea and syphilis on the rise, HIV stable, and some good news on hepatitis

Gonorrhoea and syphilis diagnoses are increasing in Australia, HIV is stable, and more than 30,000 Australians have been cured of hepatitis C, according to the latest Annual Surveillance Report on HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections (STIs) in Australia, released today by the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney. The latest data shows that gonorrhoea has increased by 63% over ...

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