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lewerta · 7 months ago
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A happy New Year to all of you! May the New Year 2021 bring you more love, happiness, and blessings! 
Stay Safe & Blessed! 
Photo by Mauro Scalabroni
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themedicalstate · 9 months ago
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Symptoms of COVID-19, Flu, and Cold
- by Vox
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anxietyproblem · a year ago
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Stay safe everyone and remember to wash your hands more frequently! 
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cibelicious · a year ago
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justastupidbisexual · a year ago
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STAY SAFE DURING PRIDEFALL (i dont know how true this is, but better safe than sorry imo)
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witchesbe-like · a year ago
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So it’s kind of a scary time. Like the whole ass world is in a tower-card. In times of uncertainty remember you can always fall back on magic. Keep your magic centered and your spirits up. Watch funny movies. Laugh. And most of all, do witchcraft. If you’re stuck at home here are some magical ideas to pass the time. 1 Catch up on your witchcraft reading. 2 Do a good cleansing of your space. 3 Research your next tarot deck. 4 Leave out offerings for your ancestors. (Mine like black coffee and Jack Daniels) 5 Salt your doorsteps. 6 Cleanse your crystals. 7 Take a cleansing bath or shower. 8 Write in your spellbook. 9 Burn incense and candles to clear your head space. 10 Meditate. 11 Bake something and add a little magic to it (Kitchen witch much?) 12 Sweep out negativity. (Or use a floor wash) 13 Make an inventory of all your magical ingredients. (I need to do this!) 14 Support other witch’s online. 15 Watch AHS coven and/or Sabrina. 16 Practice your divination. 17 Practice reading tarot for friends and/or family. 18 Learn a new technique like palm reading, tea leaf reading or the pendulum. 19 Read your birth chart. 20 Find out what human design you are and research that. (I’m a projector BTW) 21 Look up local ghost stories. 22 Collect rain and moon water. (Use them your ritual bath) 23 Start a witchy craft. 24 Make a witchcraft tumblr blog to repost all your favorites. 25 Go for a nature walk (alone)and collect alter items. And most of all stay safe and stay inside. ️<3 
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anathestark · a year ago
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I don't see food as food anymore.
I only see it as numbers and calories.
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themedicalstate · 9 months ago
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Masks Work. Really.
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The public health debate on masks is settled, said Joseph G. Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard. When you wear a mask, “You protect yourself, you protect others, you prevent yourself from touching your face,” he said. And you signal that wearing a mask is the right thing to do.
With coronavirus cases still rising, wearing a mask is more important than ever. In this animation, you will see just how effective a swath of fabric can be at fighting the pandemic.
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Let’s take a closer look at how filtration works at the microscopic level.
Magnified view of the fibers of a cotton mask:
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Magnified view of the fibers of an N95 respirator:
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Credit: By Or Fleisher, Gabriel Gianordoli, Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton and Bedel Saget (The New York Times).
Sources: Audrey Dang and Brent Williams, Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering and the Center for Aerosol Science and Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis; Linsey Marr, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech; Joseph G. Allen, T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University; Chris Zangmeister, Material Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Edward Vicenzi, Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Conservation Institute; Christian J. Kähler, Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics, Bundeswehr University Munich; Jesse V. Jokerst, Department of Nanoengineering, University of California, San Diego; Frank Drewnick, Particle Chemistry Department, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; Richard Stutt, Epidemiology and Modelling Group, University of Cambridge. Instagram effect by Nick Bartzokas, Lian Chang, Lydia Jessup, Noah Pisner, Caroline Cox-Orrell and Paula Ceballos. Additional work by Destinée-Charisse Royal.
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t-helovely-bones · a year ago
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this is major motivation for me
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theshadowytiger · a year ago
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Stay safe, stay rested & tell someone in isolation that you miss them.
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darthfar · a year ago
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What with lockdowns and movement restrictions and social distancing and all, I thought what the hey, I’ll do Socially Distanced Star Wars for this year’s May the 4th. XD I initially had a few more planned, only there’s only so much I’m capable of cranking out in so little time, hah. ... I dunno, there’s a chance (a slim one, mind) that I’ll get around to those... at some point...
[At least my sense of humour is intact?]
May the 4th be with you all! And Stay Home, Stay Safe etc.
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