This one of a kind Art Deco home is on the market and has an amazing interior

This one of a kind Art Deco home is on the market and has an amazing interior

West Park Avenue, Cliftonville is on sale for £340,000 West Park Avenue, Cliftonville For anyone who hankers after the designs of and styles of times past will be fascinated by this charming and completely refurbished Art Deco semi detached house near Northdown Park and not far from the seafront at Palm Bay. It is also easily accessible to a variety of good schools, bus routes and local shops. West Park Avenue, Cliftonville This family home has been renovated from top to bottom and is just ready for new owners to…

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Is it safe to eat snow? Here’s what research has to say

Is it safe to eat snow? Here’s what research has to say

How safe is it to eat snow? A Romanian university has published the results of just such a study. The 2017 experiment showed it was safe to eat snow that was a half-day old, and safer to eat it in the colder months. But by two days old, the snow is not safe to eat, said Istvan Mathe, a professor at the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania. Scientists collected snow from a park and from a roundabout in Miercurea Ciuc, central Romania, in January and February, and placed it in…

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Victoria Beckham Kissing Husband And Kids At Fashion Show Is Super Cute

Victoria Beckham Kissing Husband And Kids At Fashion Show Is Super Cute

Her whole family was there to cheer her on Victoria Beckham hugs son, Romeo after her show (Image Courtesy: AFP) They say that you can’t have it all but if there’s one woman who can possibly prove them wrong, it’s Victoria Beckham. With a brood of beautiful children, David Beckham for a husband and creator of one of fashion’s most coveted designer labels, we can see why. Another cause for cheer for Victoria Beckham is the fact that her eponymous label, which was founded in 2008, completes a decade in…

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This is your interior design style based on your star sign

This is your interior design style based on your star sign

Minimalist, maximalist, Scandi, bohemian, and everything in between. What’s your interior style? Well, according to your star sign, it might be one (or all!) of the above. Whether you’re an ultra-organised Virgo, an emotionally driven decorator like Cancer or a curious Aries, we’ve decoded how your zodiac sign dictates your home. Cancer: Deeply emotional with an interesting core, Cancer signs are sometimes the hardest to get to know — and the same applies to their interiors. A lover of physical expression including art, a Cancer sign will express themselves through bold…

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This is why you should never wear makeup in the gym

This is why you should never wear makeup in the gym

Whether it’s a little bit of concealer or a full face of foundation, many women choose to wear makeup when working out – and it could be wreaking havoc on your skin. Exercise makes us sweat, right? Sweating is our body’s way of cooling us down and it also helps push impurities out of our skin… The thing is, when your skin is covered in makeup, those impurities can’t get out. Here, Dr Preethi Daniel, Medical Director of London Doctors Clinic explains: “Sweat and natural skin oils can clog these pores and cause…

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Why is sepsis so hard to spot?

Why is sepsis so hard to spot?

Imagine a condition that causes between 20 and 30 million deaths worldwide each year. A disease that affects over 100,000 people annually in the UK, of which 37,000 will die. That’s more than breast and bowel cancer put together. However, many people have not heard of it, and even fewer understand what it is. The condition is called sepsis and it’s the reason many adults, children and families, including the family of William Mead, are grieving for their loved ones. William was only one year old when sepsis claimed his…

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This is why your cycle gets messed up when you travel

This is why your cycle gets messed up when you travel

If your period has ever come super early or not at all while traveling, you’re not imagining things. Whether you’re crossing several time zones or waking up at the crack of dawn to catch the first flight of the morning, heads up: Any kind of travel can affect the two primary hormones—melatonin and cortisol—that control your cycle. “Even subtle changes to your daily pattern — waking up early one day and then sleeping late the next — can have a small effect on your melatonin levels,” Dr. Anita Mitra, an NHS gynaecologist, told…

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Technology is taking over our lives and our 401(k)s

Technology is taking over our lives and our 401(k)s

As technology takes over more of people’s daily lives, it’s also taking over ever-bigger chunks of their retirement accounts. Surging prices for technology stocks around the world mean the industry is making up a larger proportion of global markets. In the United States, Apple, Google’s parent company and other tech companies account for nearly 24 percent of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. A decade ago, they made up less than 17 percent of S&P 500 index funds. The makeover is even more dramatic overseas, where ascendant companies like China’s…

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Is college education all you need to succeed?

Is college education all you need to succeed?

These young Kenyans did not go past secondary school, but are running well-to-do businesses. Lack of a college degree, they say, shouldn’t hinder you from achieving your dreams. Tony owns Antelox Agency, a branding and digital agency that offers web designing and digital branding services. On average, his business earns him Sh200,000 a month. Tony did not go past primary school. The only academic papers he has is his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education certificate, which reflects a poor score of 185 marks out of a possible 500 marks. “My…

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Is eating too quickly bad for your health?

Is eating too quickly bad for your health?

Fast food: wolfing it down can lead to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto Do you savour mealtimes or do you wolf your food down? Eating at your desk or on the run can mean you can gulp down your breakfast or lunch in less than five minutes. And this means you are more likely to get obese or develop metabolic syndrome, both of which increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says research presented at last week’s American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2017. The researchers from Hiroshima…

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