Cucumber Skin To Remove Crayon Marks And Other Home Tips

Read the article to find out how:

  1. Tennis ball: Removes floor scuffs
  2. Cucumber skin: Removes crayon marks 
  3. Vinegar and baking soda: Gets rid of urine stains 
  4. Vinegar and water: Deodorises sippy cups
  5. Lint roller: Clears up glitter 
  6. WD40: Removes crayon stains
  7. Toothpaste: Gets rid of stubborn stains
  8. Charcoal: Keeps the nappy bin smelling fresh
  9. Make your own slime: Cleans tricky corners
  10. Mustard: Freshens lunchboxes

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Prehistoric Humans Knew of Dangers of Inbreeding

It will be interesting to see how long science continues to uphold this conclusion given the trend toward accepting all sexual activity in the West:

Prehistoric humans avoided inbreeding as they knew of its dangers at least 34,000 years ago, a study has found.

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Natural Cream Alleviates Fibromyalgia

(Natural News) A British woman who dreams one day of singing in the opera has ditched a cocktail of various drugs for treatment of her fibromyalgia and has essentially ‘cured’ her disease with an all-natural cream made primarily of fatty acids.

[Note: the cream is Celafen with active ingredient celadrin]

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Human Sperm Counts Plummeting

(Natural News) A rigorous new study conducted at the The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and published in the science journal Human Reproduction Update finds that human sperm production has declined 59.3% from 1973 to 2011, trending toward a collapse of human population.

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Aluminum Linked to Autism

Subcutaneous injections of aluminum at vaccine adjuvant levels activate innate immune genes in mouse brain that are homologous with biomarkers of autism

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Type 2 Diabetes Can Be Reversed

Type 2 diabetes can be reversed by going on a low calorie diet, new research shows.

Consuming just 600 calories a day for eight weeks can save the lives of millions of sufferers of the preventable condition.

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Aspirin May Help Repair Tooth Decay

The new research findings, which were presented at the British Society for Oral and Dental Research Annual Conference in Plymouth, found that low-dose aspirin ‘significantly increased’ the rebuilding of minerals which restores strength and function.

It also stimulated existing stem cells in the tooth to regenerate the damaged tooth structure.

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