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Eight ways to make your penis bigger – the ideal size for a woman’s orgasm has been revealed What is the ideal penis size for a woman, and how does mine compare? This is a question that has plagued men for decades. The magic number has been discovered, which has put many people’s minds at ease. It turns out that size matters – but, much to the relief of many ordinary men, bigger isn’t always better. In a poll, 4,761 women were asked to recall the size of the guy’s todger from their most recent sexual encounter, as well as…

How your favorite beverage can help you lose weight faster MOST PEOPLE CAN’T START THE DAY WITHOUT A CUP OF CAFFEINE. Experts claim that while a cup of coffee can help you wake up for the day ahead, it can also help you lose weight faster. A well-balanced diet includes foods from all three food groups: fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. The NHS recommends getting active, using a smaller plate, and staying hydrated as ways to help you lose weight. However, there are some things that may already be a part of your daily routine that may be able to assist…

The party on Downing Street took place three days before Eid, making a mockery of Muslims’ sacrifices. It’s yet another example of religious discrimination in the face of the pandemic. Everyone had a difficult time in May 2020. We were two months into a terrifying pandemic that had put the country on lockdown. For Muslims, this meant being separated from family and friends during Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr (which fell on May 23, that year). There was a reason for this. Covid-19 disproportionately affected Muslim communities and made them more likely to die, so staying safe from the virus was top…

Is immunity permanent, and can you catch Omicron TWICE? People will increasingly catch Covid for the second or even third time as the UK enters its third year of fighting the virus. Omicron is the most common variant in circulation right now, but more strains are expected to emerge in the future. New variants, as well as waning immunity, frequently increase the risk of reinfection. However, experts claim that the next time you catch Covid, you will be much less likely to become ill than before. Vaccines have made a huge difference in reducing the severity of disease. They provide…

The number of weekly Covid cases has risen to 4.3 million, but ‘encouraging’ data shows London has passed its peak. COVID infections in the UK reached 4.3 million last week, but cases are declining in London, which is “encouraging.” The capital, which became the country’s variant epicentre after an outbreak of Omicron infections at the start of December, now appears to have peaked. In the week leading up to the new year, the Office for National Statistics reported a 600,000 increase in cases in the UK. However, just weeks after the variant took hold of the country, the drop in…

The 20 Omicron hotspots revealed as cases FALL in 222 locations across the United Kingdom. Coronavirus cases have been reported in 222 locations across the United Kingdom, and this interactive map can show you if your neighborhood is one of them. Twenty Omicron hotspots have been identified, with cases continuing to rise in 155 areas – the first time infection rates have fallen in more local authority areas than they have risen in months. The majority of infection hotspots in the seven days leading up to January 7 are located in the North East and North West of England, as…

The 5 foods to avoid if you have diabetes and want to lose belly fat MANAGING your diet as a diabetic is difficult and can feel like a full-time job in and of itself. It can be exhausting to constantly read product labels and time your meals, but there are foods you can avoid to keep your blood sugar from rising too high. When you have diabetes, your body may struggle to produce enough insulin, or the insulin you do produce may be ineffective. When a person has type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not produce insulin; however, when a…

Watch out for three Omicron ‘warning signs’ in your skin, nails, and lips. Three Omicron “warning signs” have been identified to be on the lookout for. Symptoms in your lips, skin, or nails could indicate that you require immediate medical attention. It’s crucial to notice if you or a loved one has pale, grey, or blue skin in any of these areas. It’s a rare complication in severe Covid cases that indicates low blood oxygen levels. It’s an “emergency warning sign,” according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If anyone notices a change in color, difficulty breathing,…

Watch Boris Johnson’s full PMQs apology about the Downing Street party. At PMQs on Wednesday, the Prime Minister offered a “heartfelt apology” for the No. 10 party, but said he thought it was a “work event.” Boris Johnson has admitted to attending a party at Downing Street in May 2020, for the first time since the allegations surfaced on Monday evening. At PMQs on Wednesday, the Prime Minister issued a “heartfelt apology,” despite the fact that he claimed he was only there for 25 minutes and thought it was a “work event.” Mr Johnson’s principal private secretary (PPS) sent an…

The 13 ways you’re performing your PCR test incorrectly SOMETIMES, THE RESULT OF A PCR TEST DOESN’T MATCH WHAT WE EXPECTED. You may be certain you’ve been exposed to the virus or have a positive lateral flow, but the PCR results come back “negative.” Or, after potentially days of waiting for a response, it simply says “void.” “When you get a void result, it usually means the swab wasn’t taken effectively,” said Dr. Alexander Edwards, Associate Professor in Biomedical Technology, Reading School of Pharmacy, University of Reading. Experts say that if you want to be confident in the results of…

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