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Tower Bridge London

Tower Bridge is recognised around the world. It’s one of a number of iconic destinations that represents London and Great Britain. What you see is the chosen design out of 50 others which were submitted to a competition launched by the City of London Corporation. They set up the “Special Bridge Committee” in 1876 to
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apples

Rarely is there a fruit that’s so simple and yet diverse in its applications than the apple. You can just pick it from a tree and eat it. How much more simple can it be? Make apples a regular habit. Eating apples as part of your regular diet has long been known to be good
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Orange tree

When ever oranges are mentioned, whether the fruit or juice, we tend to think about the Vitamin C and what it will do for us. The first benefit that they offer is to help our immunity and prevent the common cold or at least, help us to put up a good fight. Anyone seeing an
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Peanuts

Peanuts are one of my favourite snacks and knowing that they have health benefits makes for an excuse to indulge. Peanuts are often referred to as ground-nuts because, while the plant will flower above ground, the peanuts are produced under ground. This classifies it as a member of the legume family. Grown in the tropics
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Benefits of drinking water

We’ve all heard the advice. Every now and again it becomes trending news that we must think about the health benefits of drinking water and drink enough. Then we go and do what we do and forget all about it. Let me see if I can persuade you to get into the habit of regular
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Fear of flying

There was a time, long ago, when someone would tell me that they were going to be away for a while and they were going to fly to get there. I would look them up and down and think to myself, well this may be the last I’ll see of them then. On the subject
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Gelatin

Where does gelatin come from? Gelatin is a widely misunderstood but valuable component of any diet. It’s rich in collagen which is derived from animal bone and tissue. This involves the boiling of bones to extract the raw material followed by filtering processes that leaves the purest possible sample of gelatin. How do we consume
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Ransom demand

You’re browsing on the internet and, suddenly, your screen fills with a ‘popup’ message, ‘your computer is locked’. The message will be specific, some even claim to be representing the FBI or police. They suggest that you have contravened a law to frighten you into submission. You are supposed to think that if you send
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What is e coli?

  What is e coli? E coli (Escherichia Coli) is a bacterium which can be found in the lower intestine of most warm blooded life forms, including humans. Most e coli traits have no effect and show no signs of being present. These make up part of the collection of micro-organisms that exist within the human
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Lost passports

You are abroad, either on holiday or on business. Either way there are lots of distractions to occupy your mind. While there may be odd items among your possessions that can go missing without any real consequence, like sunglasses or an item of clothing, there is one thing that you mustn’t lose. More than 20,000
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