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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Explained

Fact and fiction have a complicated relationship in Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Invented characters rub shoulders with people who really lived (and live). Non-existent movies and genuine (cheekily re-cast) TV shows co-exist. And on at least one occasion, real-life history swerves off into an entirely fantastical …

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Movie plots explained: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Fact and fiction have a complicated relationship in Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Invented characters rub shoulders with people who really lived (and live). Non-existent movies and genuine (cheekily re-cast) TV shows co-exist. And on at least one occasion, real-life history swerves off into an entirely fantastical …

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Sparkling Herbal Tonics: Worth the Hype?

Sparkling Herbal Tonics: Worth the Hype?

Before we jump into why herbal tonics are having such a moment (and whether their trendiness is justified), let’s quickly cover what, exactly, qualifies as an herbal tonic. Herbal tonics are beverages (typically sparkling waters or iced teas) infused with a potent blend of herbal extracts — often up to …

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This Woman’s Bruised Nail Was Actually a Sign of Skin Cancer

This Woman's Bruised Nail Was Actually a Sign of Skin Cancer

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Gossip much? Don’t worry, you shouldn’t be ashamed of it

Gossip much? Don't worry, you shouldn't be ashamed of it

Evolutionary psychologists believe that our preoccupation with the lives of others is a byproduct of a prehistoric brain. Picture: Flickr Like it or not, we are the descendants of busybodies. Evolutionary psychologists believe that our preoccupation with the lives of others is a byproduct of a prehistoric brain. According to …

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Actually, Maternity Leave Is Not a Vacation

Actually, Maternity Leave Is Not a Vacation

You’re at home—not at work—and you just changed your baby’s diaper. Three hours later, they’ve pooped again, except this time it has seeped up and over the diaper’s edge. You change your baby’s diaper again, switch their outfit, and maybe run the laundry if you have the energy and if …

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