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Travelling With (Unborn) Kids: 5 Tips For Travelling While Pregnant

Photo: Shutter StockI still have to do a double take every time I pass a mirror. At nearly 7 months pregnant, just one week shy of the third trimester, and already up the “recommended” 20 pounds (ok, more like 35), I hardly recognize the completely changed woman I’ve become. It’s like my eyes are the only body parts that haven’t grown by leaps and bounds.

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We Make Our Big Life Decisions At 29, 39, And So On

THE years before beginning a brand-new decade — ages 29, 39, and so on — tend to be spent in self-reflection, according to a new paper published online today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. These are the prime What am I doing with my life? years, in other words, which prompts many people to behave in ways that suggest “an ongoing or failed search for meaning,” the authors write.

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World Of Male Sex Workers Explored In New Book

Photo: iStockSex work is an industry primarily associated with women. When male sex workers are thought about, it's usually through the prism of health studies or debate around the legality of their behaviour; they become statistics, or shadowy carriers of disease. Media reports focus on street workers lurking around public toilet blocks, perpetuating stereotypes of reckless, preying behaviour.

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20 Things Successful People 'Refuse' To Do

Photo: Getty Images1. They don't define success in a monetary term.
Most successful people define success as happiness, having a peace of mind, or helping others. They see money as something that brings them comfort and opens doors of opportunities. They realize that money can't buy them happiness.

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Why Women Need To Do Weight Training, Not Cardio For Weight Loss

LADIES, with 2014 drawing closer to an end, what are your New Year’s resolutions?

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Top 10 Facts About Mice

NOVEMBER 18 is celebrated as Mickey Mouse’s birthday, as that was the launch day in 1928 of the cartoon short Steamboat Willie, the first of his films to be distributed.

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‘Lewis Carroll Was A Lover Of Children, Not An Abuser Of Them’: New Book Overturns Contemporary Reputation

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, known as Lewis Carroll. Photo: Getty ImagesThe contemporary image of Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll means he is viewed as a social misfit with an unhealthy interest in little girls, taking nude photographs of them by the hundred.

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What Malaysians Can Buy Instead Of An Iphone 6

File Pic: Funny MalaysiaA standard 16GB iPhone 6 currently cost RM2,400 without any contracts. If you get the one under a contract, you will still need to fork out the same amount of money.

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I Still Live With My Parents And Love It

CNN iReporter Jillian Knowles is a 27-year-old who isn't ashamed of living at home with her parents. File Pic: CNNI always pictured myself graduating from college, getting a cool job and even having a cute little place of my own. So far, I have a master's degree, and I got the coolest job ever as an emergency medicine physician assistant. But instead of waking up in a posh apartment, I hear the early-morning sounds of my family dog barking and my parents making coffee downstairs.

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What If People Treated Physical Illness Like Mental Illness?

File Pic: Robot HugsIt's no secret there's a serious stigma attached to mental illness. According to the CDC, only 25 percent of people with mental health issues feel that other people are compassionate and sympathetic toward them. It's a shameful statistic when one in four people have been touched by some form of mental illness.

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