Royal Observatory Greenwich, London

Royal Observatory Greenwich, London, the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) .

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TOWER BRIDGE, LONDON

Tower Bridge, London is one of the most famous bridges in the world.
Tower Bridge, a combined bascule and suspension bridge, crosses over the River Thames.
It took eight years to build the bridge with a workforce of 432 construction workers.

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SYMPTOMS OF A HEART ATTACK

 

  • Chest pain
  • Discomfort in one or both arms, neck, jaw, back and stomach
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sweating
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness

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EFFECTS OF TOO MUCH SUGAR CONSUMPTION

  • Tooth Decay
  • Liver Damage
  • Weight Gain
  • Diabetes
  • Skin Damage
  • Heart Disease
  • Addiction

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The Land Rover Discovery SUV

 

A sport utility vehicle (SUV) is a large vehicle designed for tough terrain.

One of the most premium and capable SUVs is the Land Rover Discovery.

The Land Rover Discovery is very capable off-road and it has great towing capabilities.

It has a 3.0 litre V6 diesel engine.

The SUV has seven seats and is spacious. The high position of the seats gives everyone a good view.

There is also on-board infotainment.

The vehicle has reversing and parking sensors.

The Land Rover Discovery will make a good family vehicle.

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RISKS OF DRINKING TOO MUCH ALCOHOL

According to experts, drinking alcohol does make people happier, but only in the short term.

Excessive alcohol can affect your mind and body. Drink sensibly to protect yourself from alcohol related illness or injury.

Regularly drinking excessive alcohol can have severe effects on your health. Researchers have linked alcohol to some illnesses including liver disease, brain damage, high blood pressure, depression, damage to the nervous system, mouth, throat, breast and stomach cancers.

Drink in moderation in order not to harm your health.

Alcohol impairs your driving ability. Do not drink and drive.

It takes about one hour for your body to break down one unit of alcohol (10ml or 8g of pure alcohol), depending on your weight, sex, age, the food in your stomach, medications, metabolism and the strength of the alcohol.

Drinking too much alcohol can affect your judgement and behaviour. It can affect your sleep patterns.
Be careful not to be dependent on alcohol.

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TIPS ON HOW TO LIVE A MORE FULFILLING LIFE

 

  • Be healthy
  • Learn new skills
  • Manage your finances
  • Be confident
  • Socialise
  • Build your career
  • Make the best of situations
  • Make someone happy

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TIPS ON HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR WEDDING SHOES

  • Choose your shoe fabric
  • Consider the shoe colour you want
  • Choose comfortable shoes
  • Choose the shoes you love
  • Choose shoes with the right heel for you
  • Make sure the style of shoes complement the wedding theme
  • Ensure your shoes match your wedding dress
  • Buy wedding shoes based on your budget

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HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR CAR TYRES

  • Check your car tyre pressure every two weeks
  • Check the tread depths of your tyres regularly
  • Get the wheels of your car aligned
  • Check for external damage on your car tyres regularly
  • Replace your car tyres when worn

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THE HUMAN BRAIN

Our brain is an organ of soft nervous tissue, which along with the spinal cord and peripheral nerves comprises the body’s central nervous system.
The brain is located in the skull which protects it from injury.

The brain consists of many specialised parts that work together to control our movements, personalities, thoughts and memory.

The cerebrum:  The largest part of our brain, made up of grey matter and white matter. The tightly folded grey matter gives the brain its wrinkly look.
The cerebrum plays a role in our memory, senses, speech, personality, movement, vision, consciousness.
The cerebrum is divided into sections called lobes: Frontal lobes, Parietal lobes, Temporal lobes and the Occipital lobes.

The Cerebellum:  The second largest part of the brain helps control our balance, posture, language.

The brain stem:  Controls reflexes and crucial life functions.

The diencephalon:  Divided into sections; thalamus which relays information to and from the cerebral hemispheres, and the hypothalamus which controls sensory function and the secretion of some hormones.

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