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Chilling Images Reveal What We Could Face Is Smallpox Is Used As A Bioweapon

Would your family survive an outbreak of smallpox? In the 1950s, there was a reported 50 million cases worldwide each year. Today, smallpox has been “eradicated,” but that doesn’t mean that we are safe from infection. The first smallpox vaccination was developed in 1796, but it wasn’t until the 1970s that the World Health Organization (WHO) coordinated a global effort to eradicate the disease. Spurred by the death of over…

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34 Things Every “Parks And Recreation” Fan Needs to Have

RIP THE BEST SHOW OF ALL TIME. 1. These Galentine’s Embroideries etsy.com etsy.com   Embroideries before Em-boy-daries. Get them here. 2. This Motivational Mug View this image › etsy.com From the wisest mustache who ever lived. Get it here. 3. This Romantic Poster View this image › etsy.com Get it here. 4. The Shirt Previously Known as Scarecrow Boat View this image › nbcuniversalstore.com And also…Malice in ChainsPunch Face ChampionFlames…

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Something Terrifying Is Happening Inside This Abandoned Building In Eastern Europe

When it comes to urban exploration, learning the histories of targeted locations is important so that you can get some context for what you’re seeing. But sometimes, not knowing is much better. Redditor tylerpaduraru was exploring an abandoned facility in Lithuania when he started noticing signs of occult activity that should’ve convinced him to get out of there in case the dark practitioners decided to return. Of course, he hung…

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8 Transgender Athletes Explain What Fitness Means To Them

Transgender people face a particular set of challenges when it comes to spaces where people exercise and compete. Here, eight athletes tell BuzzFeed Life about their experiences with fitness, movement, and competition. 1. The yogi View this image › Danh Duong Photography / Via 500px.com “Every time I practice yoga I am choosing to be happy and healthy.” —Sparkle Thornton Sparkle Thornton, 33, is a yoga instructor and massage therapist…

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23 Surprising Pickup Lines That Actually Worked

Time to step up your game. We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what pickup line has actually worked for them. Here are the amazing results. View this image › giphy.com 1. “What are your thoughts on pasta puns? Do you think they’re saucy or do you think that they lack a bit of meat?” View this image › gifbay.com “My current boyfriend and I met on…

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17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London

Off the beaten path. View this image › BuzzFeed / Flickr: garryknight / Flickr: londonlooks We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share their favourite secret spot in London. Here’s what they said: View this image › BuzzFeed 1. St James Park View this image › Flickr: garryknight Closest station: St James ParkBudget: Free entry “There’s this willow tree in St James’s park near Buckingham Palace that has…

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Can You Tell Where This Guy Is? Because He Just Shattered The Record For Craziest Selfie Ever.

Admit it. You’ve taken your fair share of selfies, right? You know, the little pictures of yourself that you send to others. Maybe you’re gloating about the crystal clear water as you sail around Greece, or perhaps you’re trying to drive your office rival jealous as you vacation in Hawaii. Well, no matter where you’ve done it, I promise you’ve never taken one as amazing as this. Check it out…

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Gabrielle Union: “People Want To See Themselves Reflected On TV”

The Being Mary Jane star talks about life as a jobbing actor, the theft of her nude photos, and her “lesbian short film”. View this image › Everett Collection/REX USA It’s hard to believe it, but Gabrielle Union has been on our screens since the early ’90s: There she is in Family Matters (1993), for example, plus Moesha (1996), Sister, Sister (1997), and even, as a young Klingon warrior, Star…

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Mom Was Trying To Treat Her Epilepsy, But What She Did Could Put Her In Jail

For some, financial hardships make it difficult to afford medical care. For the uninsured in the United States, medical costs are much, much higher than for those who are insured. A person who can’t afford health insurance often can’t afford the huge markups on medication if they happen to contract an illness. That’s what happened to Erica Tucker. Mom of five children, Tucker discovered in 2014 that she had epilepsy…

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Eating Chocolate For Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight — 5 Recipes To Try

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); According to Liz Moskow, culinary director at Sterling-Rice Group, it’s very possible that chocolate cake will become a regular breakfast food because of all the health benefits it offers. The Denver food expert recently told Food Business News that a Syracuse University study found that dark chocolate improves cognitive functions like abstract reasoning, memory, and the ability to focus — all of which make your workday…

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