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Phoiphailin Sivilay – the famous beauty in Laos hot bikini


Beautiful girl, Phoiphailin Sivilay – the famous beauty in Laos hot bikini. Beautiful people famous Laos born in 1997 this parents are all Vietnamese. She has the nickname Chichi.

She is fluent in Lao, Vietnamese, English, Thai.

Thanks to the sexy frames that Chichi attracted over 420,000 follow-ups on instagram.

She owns life to travel, travel around the world.

Many people think that Chichi is a member of SNSD’s Yoona.

9x girl received countless praise for her skin as well as stature.

Not only beautiful, Chichi is also very stylish.

She owns sexy, dynamic and trendy fashion.

The hugging, high-cut dresses are pretty much in her wardrobe. During the holidays, she dressed pretty liberal.

Chandala Sitphaxay – long legs of Laos, tense as fruit ripen


Beautiful girl, Chandala Sitphaxay – long legs of Laos, tense as fruit ripen. Chandaly Sitphaxay is in the top 10 most beautiful people in Laos today. The beauty of her inclination led many men to lose their sleepless nights.

At the age of 18, Chandaly represented Laos at the 2004 Miss International Beauty Contest held in China.

She won the Miss Lux award in the competition.

Beautiful Laos possesses over 200,000 followers on instagram every day.

Born in 1986 in the capital city of Vientiane in Laos, the beautiful girl possesses extremely pure beauty, much younger than her age.

In particular, Chandaly possesses pink skin as baby.

Chandala Sitphaxay is not only beautiful but also very good at learning.

She graduated from two prestigious universities namely National University of Laos and Shanghai University (China).

If only through Chandaly, everyone thinks she is a freshman and not in her 30s.

Miss Tiffany: Contestant Miss Transition Thailand 2017 sexy end of the galaxy


Beautiful girl, Miss Tiffany: Contestant Miss Transition Thailand 2017 sexy end of the galaxy. Tune back, Miss Tiffany 2017 continues to attract the attention of the audience with beautiful as the dream.

Miss Tiffany is also known as Miss Thailand Transition is one of the famous beauty pageant, typical of the land of the Golden Temple. In Thailand, transgender people have access to advanced orthopedic technologies, which make them look younger than women. Therefore, Miss Tiffany is considered as the beauty contest of the country of Thailand.

Tune in again, Miss Tiffany 2017 continues to attract the attention of the audience with beautiful as the dream, and of course extremely hot. Many fine women among the finalists Miss Tiffany promised to be the ideal face for Thai showbiz after leaving the competition.

Bikini lineup of Miss Universe Thailand has received much praise as excellent as Miss Universe Thailand Miss Universe Contest:

Sick and afraid, some immigrants forgo medical care


Health – Sick and afraid, some immigrants forgo medical care. DURHAM, N.C. — Dr. Luke Smith drove slowly through the unlit streets of a neighborhood filled with immigrants, searching for an address among small houses with windows ribbed by iron bars. Pharmacy bags lay at his feet.

His mission: to deliver medication to patients too frightened to pick up their prescriptions.

On this evening, Dr. Smith, a psychiatrist, was looking for the family of a 12-year-old boy with attention deficit disorder. Like most people who have sneaked into the United States illegally, the boy’s parents, from Puebla, Mexico, do not have drivers’ licenses.

Now, when they drive, being stopped at one of the frequent traffic checkpoints here can have consequences far more costly than a fine. Shaken by the Trump administration’s broad deportation orders, they and many others like them are retreating into the shadows, forgoing screenings, medications and other essential medical care.

Several times a week, Dr. Smith picks up prescriptions at pharmacies, then meets patients at their homes to hand them the medications they require.
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“I can’t have my patients taking risks to get medicine I prescribe for them,” he said.
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José and Irma’s two children, who are U.S. citizens. Credit Michael Kirby Smith for The New York Times

Across the country, from Venice, Calif., to Brooklyn, clinics that serve an immigrant population report a downturn in appointments since the administration’s crackdown. In a recent national poll of providers by Migrant Clinicians Network, which is based in Austin, Tex., two-thirds of respondents said they had seen a reluctance among patients to seek health care.

Some parents have been withdrawing children from federal nutrition programs to avoid scrutiny. In Baltimore, health care workers who have for years visited Latino neighborhoods to test people for sexually transmitted infections now wait in vans outside 7-Elevens and Home Depots.

“It’s been like a ghost town,” said Dr. Kathleen R. Page, co-director of Centro SOL, a health center for Latinos at Johns Hopkins.

Experts say the toll for avoiding the health care system is far-reaching. Poorer Latinos, in particular, suffer from high rates of obesity, diabetes, liver disease and high blood pressure. “Patients who are already sick will have a much harder time getting better,” Dr. Page said. Those who don’t get care for infectious diseases, she said, “are much more likely to transmit infections to others.”

Yet as medical costs present a burden for millions of Americans, many people question why citizens who can scarcely afford their own health care should support through taxes the care of those living here illegally.

One provider surveyed in the Migrant Clinicians Network poll wrote: “There has been a fair amount of animosity towards me for helping the workers. Locals think that the workers are receiving grand benefits.”

Here in central North Carolina, where immigrants work in tobacco fields and chicken-processing factories, and wash dishes and clean bathrooms in booming downtown restaurants and hotels, some health care providers are going to unusual lengths for patients.

Dr. Luke Smith delivering medication to a woman in the country illegally in Greensboro, N.C. Credit Michael Kirby Smith for The New York Times

Dr. Smith walked onto a dark porch and knocked on a door. “Está Jorgito?” he called out.

Eyes peered out through slats of a lowered blind. Jorgito, a taco truck owner, flung open the door and rushed forward, beaming.

In the crowded front room, Jorgito, who, like other illegal immigrants interviewed for this article, asked that his last name be withheld to prevent officials from identifying him and his family, introduced the doctor to his friends, relatives and pastor.

Only after the family had urged him to sample some homemade, thick Central American-style tortillas, did Dr. Smith discreetly hand Jorgito the medication for his son, a bashful sixth grader lolling on a couch.

This fall, when Dr. Smith met the boy’s parents at school and told them that medication could help their distracted, failing son, the father was standoffish and suspicious. But since then, the boy’s diligence, grades and self-esteem have improved — and so has Jorgito’s confidence in Dr. Smith.

Despite the family’s entreaties to stay, Dr. Smith begged off. It was nearly 10 o’clock. Another family was waiting for medicine.
Shattered Trust

Except for absolute necessities, Rodolfo, an itinerant construction worker who entered the United States illegally from Puebla six years ago, does not leave his house these days.

But for a month now, his 8-year-old daughter, Leslie, has been doubling over in pain after meals. So, uneasily, on buses and on foot, Rodolfo took her to the community health clinic in Carrboro, a liberal, well-heeled town just west of Chapel Hill.

In the exam room, the child shrank into herself, stiff and uncomfortable. Lisanna Gonzalez, a family nurse practitioner, could find no physical cause for her discomfort.

Eventually Leslie admitted she was terrified that she would come home from school one day and find her parents gone. Kids were always talking about it, she said, even teasing her. Her brother, 13, kept showing her social media updates about raids.

Fear is making people sick, said Dr. Evan Ashkin, a professor of family medicine at the University of North Carolina who directs a residency program for doctors who work with poor patients.

Providers, he explained, have seen an increase in common physical manifestations of depression and anxiety: stomach aches, blurred vision, dizziness, insomnia, headaches, spikes in blood pressure, shortness of breath.

“I understand why you’re worried, and I hope nothing like that will happen,” Ms. Gonzalez told Leslie and her father, in Spanish. “We can’t take away the stress, but we can give you some ways to to manage the anxiety.”

A dishwasher in Durham who has been in the country illegally for six months. Credit Michael Kirby Smith for The New York Times

She handed Rodolfo a checklist, assembled by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, on how to prepare for a possible deportation: Decide who can care for your children. Write down their medications and important phone numbers. Tell your family whom to call if you are detained.

Providers at these federally qualified health centers, which receive some government funds to serve the uninsured and underinsured, do not ask patients about their citizenship status. Instead, the patients, who are required to pay a modest clinic fee, must show proof of residence and income.

For decades, these clinics have been safe havens. When police officers parked in the Carrboro clinic’s lot for a coffee break, a doctor chased them off because she didn’t want patients to be frightened.

Now some insulin-dependent patients have been no-shows at appointments. Diabetes patients, who must exercise, have told doctors here they will not even walk around the block, skittish about the cruising police cars — even though a few departments have announced they will not check immigration status.

Dr. Ashkin has built up relationships with many uninsured immigrants over the years. But recently a longtime patient, pregnant but having first-trimester bleeding, refused to take his advice to go for an ultrasound at the university medical center at Chapel Hill.

She was fearful that immigration agents might be waiting. Fortunately, the bleeding stopped.

Referring to the dread among his patients, Dr. Ashkin said, “Their trust in us is breaking down.”

This is not the first time that fear has kept undocumented patients away. Researchers found that in the wake of expanded immigration enforcement in Arizona in 2010, illegal immigrants used health services less frequently, according to a study published in The American Journal of Public Health.

After a large federal immigration raid in 2008 in Postville, Iowa, babies born to Latinas had a 24 percent higher risk of low birth weight than those born a year earlier, according to a study published this year in The International Journal of Epidemiology.

The effects of deferred health care will be felt in many ways, experts said. Hospitals and emergency departments, exponentially more expensive than primary care, will treat more sick patients, said Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. School systems will feel the impact of more students with a range of health-related challenges.

Researchers have also looked at the question of federal benefits for illegal immigrants.

Many are paid off the books in cash. But certainly not all. Between 2000 and 2011, immigrants not authorized to work here contributed between $2.2 billion and $3.8 billion a year more to Medicare than they withdrew, according to a 2016 study.

José, 42, works year-round for a tobacco grower; his wife, Irma, 44, picks tobacco and also works at a local steakhouse, wiping down tables and mopping floors. They do not have Social Security numbers because they are here illegally.

“But we pay taxes!” Irma declared, responding to the argument that taxpayer-funded clinics should serve only legal citizens.

Dr. Evan Ashkin at work at the Prospect Hill Community Health Center. Credit Michael Kirby Smith for The New York Times

Their paycheck deductions are taken with individual tax identification numbers. But, she noted, neither is eligible for the programs those taxes fund, including Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
Post-Traumatic Stress Flares Up

Siler City is a town of about 8,000 an hour southwest of Durham. The road there runs past tobacco fields, a derelict former chicken-processing factory and trailer parks into a downtown lined with storefront Pentecostal churches. A sign in an art gallery window warns: No Weapons Allowed.

In a ranch house with chipped gray-blue siding is a branch of El Futuro, Dr. Smith’s mental health clinic. Post-traumatic stress disorder is prevalent among patients, said Karla Siu, the clinical program director.

A 9-year-old recalls sleeping in the desert, awakening to a snake. Women quake from memories of being raped on the road. Men seethe, mortified, less from having been stiffed of a day’s wages than from being too afraid to file a complaint.

As stories of raids churn through rumor mills, therapy sessions have become especially tense. Clinicians report that some patients conclude sessions with ever more elaborate farewells.

“The client is grieving the possibility of not seeing the therapist again,” Ms. Siu said. “So saying goodbye with hugs and tears each time is a form of control, because it’s on their own terms.”

El Futuro has waiting lists of people who want help. But in a survey of patients, the clinic found that some people are afraid to come in. Elizabeth, 27 and here illegally, is among them.

With great reluctance she showed up at the clinic for an interview with a reporter, arriving late, uneasy. Apologizing, she said she leaves her apartment these days only to go to the grocery store and to her job as a hotel maid.

She has no one who will care for her two young children if she is deported, she explained haltingly, tears welling up.

And in Mexico, another danger awaits: her ex-boyfriend. Years ago, when the couple arrived in North Carolina, she said, he began to beat her so badly that she finally called the police. They arrested him and had him deported.

Now, fearful for her children and for her own safety, Elizabeth is consumed by anxiety. Her nightmares from that violent period are back.

After recounting her story, Elizabeth walked toward El Futuro’s reception area, clutching her 5-year-old daughter’s hand. Even if she cleared the clinic’s wait list, she said, it just seemed too risky to come back.

These vegan cheese recipes taste like the real thing


Food – These vegan cheese recipes taste like the real thing. Cheese is certainly one of life’s little pleasures, but it’s tough to make a case for eating a food packed with saturated fat on the reg.

Luckily for cheese-lovers everywhere—as well as vegans and the lactose intolerant—the rise of dairy alternatives is making it easier to enjoy the decadent treat in a healthier way. In her new book, Vegan Cheese: Simple, Delicious, Plant-Based Recipes ($25, amazon.com), wellness coach Jules Aron shows readers how to make 60 different types of dairy-free cheese, from spreadable chèvre to classic mozzerella. Here, Aron shares 3 of her delicious recipes: a cauliflower Monterey Jack, feta made with tofu and flavor-packed herbs, and a sweet mascarpone that’s perfect for dessert.

Cauliflower Jack

This delicate vegetable cheese is a lovely mild white cheese reminiscent of the popular Monterey Jack. It melts beautifully and adapts easily to all your favorite recipes.

Makes an approximately 1-pound block

Prep and cook time: under 30 minutes

Wait time: 4 hours

2 cups cauliflower florets

4 tablespoons vegan gelatin

3 tablespoons organic refined coconut oil, melted

1 tablespoon fresh lime juice

1 teaspoon sea salt

2 tablespoons nutritional yeast

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon garlic powder

½ cup chopped fresh chives

Steam the cauliflower until tender. Reserve ½ cup of the boiled water from the steamer pot to dissolve the gelatin.

In a bowl, hydrate the gelatin by sprinkling a little cold water over it to make it bloom. Add the reserved cauliflower water and whisk to combine.

In a blender, process the cauliflower, coconut oil, lime juice, sea salt, nutritional yeast, onion powder, and garlic powder until smooth. Transfer the gelatin mixture to the blender and add the chives. Blend to combine. Pour the cheese mixture in a container and cover. Refrigerate for 4 hours, until it firms and sets.

Store, refrigerated, in a sealed container; will keep for 5 to 7 days.

Note: Regular gelatin is made of animal by-products, so if you are vegan, be sure to choose a vegan gelatin, or follow the instructions for using agar instead.

Herbed Feta

This tofu-based cheese is reminiscent of feta in both taste and texture. It is tangy and salty and is wonderful served with falafel and other Mediterranean favorites. Crumbled or cubed feta drizzled with olive oil is especially lovely on salads and on hummus.

Makes about ½ pound

Prep and cook time: 15 minutes

Wait time: 6 to 8 hours

7 ounces extra-firm tofu

¼ cup organic refined coconut oil, melted

4 teaspoons fresh lemon juice

1 tablespoon raw apple cider vinegar

1 tablespoon sea salt

½ teaspoon onion powder

½ teaspoon dried oregano

½ teaspoon dried marjoram

1 teaspoon dried basil

Drain and press the tofu to release all its liquid. Crumble the tofu into a blender. Add the melted coconut oil, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, and onion powder, and process until smooth. Add the dried herbs and pulse to combine.
Transfer the cheese mixture to a container lined with plastic wrap or cheesecloth and pack it with a spatula, smoothing the surface. Cover and refrigerate for 6 to 8 hours to set and firm.
Wrap the cheese in plastic wrap. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator. Will keep, refrigerated, for 1 to 2 weeks.
Tofu, or bean curd, is made from coagulated soy milk that has been pressed into a soft white block. Because firm tofu has less water content than softer tofu, it is higher in protein, fat, and calcium and holds up better in these cheese recipes.

Sweet Italian Mascarpone

This sweet, delicate dessert cheese, best known as the main ingredient in the classic Italian tiramisu, is a delight straight out of the jar. It can also be enjoyed with fruit, in crepes, and as a creamy dessert topping.

Makes about 2 cups

Prep and cook time: 15 minutes

Wait time: 24 to 48 hours to culture and 4 to 6 hours to set

½ cup water, filtered

2 cups raw cashews, rinsed, soaked, and drained

¼ cup fresh lemon juice

3 tablespoons pure maple syrup

1 teaspoon nutritional yeast

1 teaspoon chickpea miso paste

½ teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon probiotic powder

Place all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth and creamy. Transfer the mixture to a glass container, cover, and let sit at room temperature for 24 to 48 hours to culture.
After fermentation is complete, refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours to firm and set.
Transfer the cheese into a jar or other airtight container. Will keep, refrigerated, for up to 1 week.

Note: For a decadent treat, make a quick and easy version of the Italian classic tiramisu. Simply layer mascarpone, espresso, and coconut whipped cream in individual cups. Dust with raw cacao powder and serve with ladyfinger-style sweet sponge biscuits.

Excerpted from VEGAN CHEESE: Simple, Delicious, Plant-Based Recipes by Jules Aron. Copyright © 2017. Used with permission of the publisher, Countryman Press. All rights reserved.

This is what health’s food director eats in a day


This is what health’s food director eats in a day. Because of my work as Health’s Food Director, people will sometimes ask if I either cook elaborate, multi-course meals every night, or if I never cook at home since it’s part of my job.

The reality is actually neither of these—I’m a busy working mom, and I cook often for my family (my husband is an excellent cook and does a lot of it as well), but the meals we make are usually pretty quick and simple. Here’s what I eat in a typical day.


Every morning, the first thing I do is down a big glass of water and take my vitamins. Water just helps get me going. I drink a lot of water all day (I don’t count glasses or ounces, but I’m always sipping), and that glass first thing is a good jump-start. After that, I make a cup of Bulletproof coffee: in my Vitamix, I blend about 12 oz. coffee with 1 oz. grass-fed butter, 2 tablespoons of Brain Octane Oil ($23; amazon.com), and a few scoops of collagen peptides, such as Vital Proteins ($40; amazon.com). It sounds a little weird, I know, but I absolutely love it—Bulletproof coffee tastes delicious, and I find I get a steady stream of caffeine instead of the jolt-and-crash I used to get from having just coffee with milk. Plus, it’s satisfying, and I don’t get hungry until about 11 a.m.

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If I’m not meeting anyone for lunch or attending an event, I usually eat pretty early, between 11 a.m. and noon. I’ll usually have a big salad with some raw vegetables and whatever cooked ones are lurking in the fridge, plus a moderate (around 4 oz.) portion of protein and lots of healthy fats, such as avocado, olive oil, and maybe a sprinkling of nuts or seeds. The salad below is a pretty typical lunch for me: mixed greens, beets, fennel, leftover grilled artichokes, cherry tomatoes, carrots, cucumber, olives, avocado, and roasted rock shrimp. Often there’s something fermented in there, too, usually some kind of sauerkraut. Of course, if I’m developing recipes, they might sneak into my meals.


If lunch is going to be later, I’ll have a snack, usually a few macadamia nuts or a spoonful of coconut butter. Or I’ll grab a handful of olives.

RELATED: 5 Things You Should Know About the Bulletproof Diet


I try to eat a little lighter at night, though not always with success. My dinner tends to follow the same theme as lunch: lots of vegetables, moderate protein, plenty of fat, and sometimes a carb like sweet potatoes or rice. Sometimes dinner is a piece of fish cooked in lots of grass-fed ghee with a salad or cooked vegetable on the side, or one of my favorites: spaghetti and meatballs made with 100% grass-fed beef and zoodles (below).


I like really dark chocolate—70% is the absolute lowest—and I look for organic, fair-trade chocolate that has very little or no refined sugar with tasty add-ins like nuts, coconut, sea salt, or cacao nibs. Some of my favorite brands are Hu Kitchen ($8; thrivemarket.com), Taza ($5; thrivemarket.com), Raaka ($70 for 12; raakachocolate.com), and AlterEco ($4; thrivemarket.com). I also love Eating Evolved’s Coconut Butter Cups ($35 for 9; amazon.com).

I have a piece of dark chocolate every night. Every. Night. It’s a ritual for me. Seriously, do not attempt to get between me and my chocolate.

Beautiful photo series about the cartoon Ninja Turtles


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The cute sailor moon cartoon image as wallpaper


The cute sailor moon cartoon image as wallpaper. The images of cartoon sailor Moon lovely below will bring you back to the exciting and colorful childhood time. Surely you will have more relaxing moments when watching these familiar pictures, close to this.

Sonic Boom Episode animated wallpapers are very beautiful for the computer


Wallpaper – Sonic Boom Episode animated wallpapers are very beautiful for the computer. Ability to move with sound speed and unstoppable rolls became the brand of Sonic the hedgehog.

And those who love this game must know Super Sonic – another version of Super Sonic the Hedgehog.

The Miss Philippines 2017 Earthquake is a shining sight, bathing show


The Miss Philippines 2017 Earthquake is a shining sight, bathing show. This bold idea of ​​the organizers stumbles over mixed opinions of the public.

Recently, in a video posted on social networking sites, contestants of the Miss Philippines 2017 Earthquake covered the face, performing a black swimsuit.

Miss Earth Philippines 2017 contestants wearing a veil on bikini show

However, the organizers Miss Earth Philippines 2017 contest is heavily criticized after the contestants show bikini with black net cover.

On the Rappler, a beauty expert named Voltaire Tayag said he saw the image as ‘inappropriate’ and ‘down women’ in the framework of the competition. According to him, the veil makes many people only pay attention to the body of contestants. On social networks, many expressed disagreement with the way the contest was organized.

Many people think that this idea does not fit a beauty contest

Immediately after getting mixed opinions, in a statement sent on June 25th, the organizers explained the veil that helped the judges focus on physique, body shape and fairness. There is no intention to lower the contestants.

The photos of the bikini contest were also announced by the organizers. The contestants gave up their face after finishing the contest and came out to greet the audience, not the face during the performance.

At the end of the contest, the contestants will open their veils to see the beauty of their eyes

Miss Philippines Earth contest was held in 2001, to choose the Miss Earth Miss. This is the beauty contest that attracts the most contestants in the country, with 50 contestants. This year’s finals will be held on July 15 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay.

The erotic curve of the Russian journalist has angelic face


Beautiful girl – The erotic curve of the Russian journalist has angelic face. Enjoy the beauty of the beauty of birch of Christina Lova. Christina Lova is not only beautiful but also an educated beauty.

Female journalist is also an active political activist in Russia.

Her perfect figure makes many people think that she is a model.

However, Lova was not involved in the entertainment industry.

Lova possessed angelic naive face …

… and sexy figure fiery centimeters.

She often shows off sexy figure in bold bikini.

The secret of beauty is nothing more than healthy eating, hard work.

She spends 5-6 times a week to practice.

Exercises with the machine and weights help her get a firm six-pack.

The sexy curve and honey skin of the beauties received a lot of praise from the fans.

Although not high, her body is still very sexy.

The beauty of Russian women’s make-up of beauties

Hummus topped with pine nuts recalled over listeria fears


Food – Hummus topped with pine nuts recalled over listeria fears. House of Thaller has recalled three brands of hummus topped with pine-nuts due to potential listeria contamination.

House of Thaller recalled selected Fresh Foods Market, Lantana, and Marketside products, which are topped with pine nuts and come in 10-ounce packaging. It comes after ingredient supplier HVF Inc. informed the Knoxville, Tennessee-based company that their roasted pine nuts could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

According to U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s website, the products were distributed in Canada on April 20 and nationwide in the U.S. from April 18 to June 13. No illnesses have have been reported from consuming the hummus and the USDA advices customers not to touch or consume the recalled products.

Listeria can cause serious and sometimes deadly infections in people who consume food contaminated with it. Around 1,600 people contract the bacterium annually and some 260 die from the infection, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Symptoms include headache, stuff neck, nausea and abdominal pain.

Tiago Hoisel’s stunning 3D images as wallpapers


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View 3D images of Pascal Blanche


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Impressive 3D image of Ian McQue as wallpaper


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He worked at DMA Design and eventually developed into Rockstar North, where he is now the Concept Artist Lead / Artistic Assistant to the Grand Theft Auto brand. The following is a 3D digital image of his great future.

Painting 3d beautiful street, unique with many new creativity


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Those Facebook bullies may be boosting your risk of depression


Health – Those Facebook bullies may be boosting your risk of depression. THURSDAY, Sept. 15, 2016 (HealthDay News)—Negative experiences on Facebook can increase the odds of depression in young people, a new study found.

“It’s important that people take interactions on social media seriously and don’t think of it as somehow less impactful because it’s a virtual experience as opposed to an in-person experience,” said study author Samantha Rosenthal. She is an epidemiology research associate at Brown University’s School of Public Health in Providence, R.I.

“It’s a different forum that has real emotional consequences,” she said in a university news release.

Of 264 study participants surveyed in 2013 and 2014, more than 8 in 10 reported at least one negative Facebook experience, such as bullying, meanness, misunderstandings or unwanted contacts. And 63% said they’d had four or more negative experiences since they’d started using the online service.

Moderate-to-severe depressive symptoms were reported by about one-quarter of the respondents. The risk of depressive symptoms was 3.2 times higher among those who had any negative Facebook experiences compared with those who had not, the study found.

Certain factors affected the risk of depressive symptoms. For example, bullying or meanness was associated with a 3.5 times higher risk, while unwanted contact was linked with a 2.5 times higher risk.

Unwanted contact or misunderstandings were associated with a higher risk of depressive symptoms only if there were four or more such incidents, whereas just one to three instances of bullying or meanness were associated with a higher risk, the study authors said.

And the more severe a person perceived the incidents to be, the more likely they were to have symptoms of depression, according to the study.

The study results were published recently in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

More information

The American Academy of Pediatrics discusses cyberbullying.

Takizawa Laura – Japanese doll dolls have been the “buy out” price of 170 billion


Beautiful girl, Takizawa Laura – Japanese doll dolls have been the “buy out” price of 170 billion. Takizawa Laura has been bought by a Chinese giant for over $ 170 billion over 15 years.

In 2015, a Chinese giant shocked to spend more than 50 million yuan (about 170 billion Vietnam) to buy off “angel” Takizawa Laura within 15 years.

During this time, she was dubbed “Japan National Guard” as her private secretary, while supporting the image to help the Chinese giant to develop business.

Takizawa Laura was born in 1992 in Tokyo, Japan. She brings the beauty mixed between the three Asian, Arab and European blood, her beauty has received much love.

This American man has a sexy body with a height of 1m72, cute angel face and flawless white skin.

Even, she has been praised by the young Japanese youth and the title of “National defense of women.”

However, in 2012, Takizawa decided to abandon the angel image to step into the road to become an adult film actor.

Replying to the questions of the fans, on his personal blog, Takizawa shared, “As angels, they also need money.”

Perhaps also because of this view, she agreed to sell to the Chinese giants in 15 years.

Takizawa’s beauty makes many people unable to take their eyes off

She has now left the adult film industry, specializing in advertising photography as a model for events.

The rare hybrid beauty of Japanese beauties

Regarding fashion style, she is still loyal to the fabric costumes, showing the maximum form

Wide open neck dress is always the first choice of her.

Takizawa’s angelic face seems to have the power to make others unable to take their eyes off

25 years old, but already in the hands of many dream property, Takizawa seems to be very satisfied with the present life.

Two fiery pink ball caught in the love network of striker Pato


Beautiful girl – Two fiery pink ball caught in the love network of striker Pato. Model duo Alexander Pato melon hot Brazilian physique.

Alexander Pato is a Brazilian striker who has been traded for a record price of 17 years. Not only have the ability to play football, he also has the level of admirable admiration when the long legs. First is model Debora Lyra.

Debora Lyra was born in 1989, is a Brazilian actress and model. She won the top spot in Miss Brazil 2010 and won the Miss Universe 2014. Pato and Lyra made a quick comeback in 2010.

She owns a measure of three rounds of fire that is 93-63-90 (cm).

Lyra began modeling at the age of 8 and cherished the dream of becoming Miss Brazil right from the baby. However, at age 15, she had to pause model work to work for an export company because of family difficulties. After four years, Lyra has just returned to her favorite job.

Miss Minas Gerais win 2010 and Miss Brazil together. She also represented Brazil to compete in the Miss Universe 2010 but did not win.

Lyra can speak fluent English, Brazilian, Portuguese and Spanish.

The 10kg gain after the Miss makes her depressed, however she quickly pass. By the end of 2011, Brazilian beauties suffered a terrible car accident, had to remove the spleen and spine treatment. At present, Lyra has regained the beauty as the Miss.

The sexy, athletic image thanks to the hard work of the recent Miss.

Her fiery scent is her dream of many people.

Pato is also a model, named Fiorella Mattheis, born in 1988. She is also a television MC and actress in Brazil.

She is currently holding Pato’s heart. The couple dating back to 2014 and still have strong feelings.

The models posses body measurements in turn are 86-63-90 (cm). Beautiful body helped her pull about 3 million track on Instagaram.

Mattheis was born in Rio de Janeiro, with two Italian and German bloodlines. She is the daughter of racing driver Andreas Mattheis. This Brazilian girl is married in 2013 but her husband divorces in 2014.

Mattheis started his modeling career at the age of 14 and entered the finals of the competition organized by Elite Model Management.

She has extensive experience in performing, from Japan, Hong Kong, to the fashion paradise in Europe.

Unlike many beauties in the entertainment industry, Mattheis does not drink alcoholic beverages. She does not eat red meat and chicken for psychological reasons and has a strict diet.

In addition, beauties from Rio de Janeiro jogging 3-4 times a week, each 5-7 km, will occasionally run on the treadmill.

In 2015, when she was shooting for PG clothing company with actor Paulo Gustavo. He also praised her as the most beautiful woman he had ever met.

10 tips for healthy hydration


10 tips for healthy hydration. Here are 10 helpful tips for you to have good health every day.

  1. Try to drink at least six to eight 8-ounce glasses of pure, clean water every day—but not with meals so as not to dilute your digestive juices.

2. Make drinking water a daily habit. When it’s hot out or you’re ill, take in even more water—two to three glasses more than usual.

3. Exercise will increase your need for fluids. Make sure to drink water before and during your workouts. This will help reduce body temperature, moderate cardiovascular stress, and improve performance.

4. Municipal water supplies—and even well water—can be contaminated with microbes and chemicals. Invest in a water filtration system.

5. Feeling thirsty or experiencing dry mouth, flushed skin, fatigue, or head-ache can all be signs of dehydration. Hydrate the body with some water.

6. If you don’t like plain water, try adding lemon, lime, or fruit juice for flavor.

7. When you’re trying to lose weight, drink a few glasses of water about 30 minutes before a meal. This will calm the appetite, hydrate the tissues, and can also lower the amount of food consumed.

8. To increase your fluid intake, enjoy a few pieces of fruit a day, as well as some homemade vegetable soup.

9. Heat and dehydration can affect children (and elders) most. Remind kids to drink water throughout the day. Adding a bit of juice to water can help them make the switch from sugary sodas.

10. When traveling by plane, stay hydrated by drinking lots of water and avoiding alcohol and salty foods.