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  1. noeh111


    Depression is one of the most common problem on teens and adults aging around 16-30, most of the causes could be love or loss of jobs. Each year around thousands of registered deaths are caused by suicide that is caused by depression, most of the causes are family problems and the reasons above stated Most Victims are Male that suffers from family problems. Preventing depression is one of the hardest task in the world as it covers the mental health of the victim.
  2. UserName: notmad13 Name: Alex Age: 21 Gender: Male Birthday: December 1, 1999 Location: Rizal Email Address: [email protected] Hobbies: Watching movies/shows, gaming Game Played: Crossfire
  3. Good Day! Who has any idea or links for a good timer for internet cafe aside from cafestation that is user friendly and free or ******* version? Im open for suggestions and tips.
  4. A new study is the first to identify how human brains grow much larger, with three times as many neurons, compared with chimpanzee and gorilla brains. The study, led by researchers at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK, identified a key molecular switch that can make ape brain organoids grow more like human organoids, and vice versa. Similar to actual brains, the human brain organoids grew a lot larger than the organoids from other apes. Dr Madeline Lancaster, from the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, who led the study, said: "This pr
  5. But all of the good jokes Argon
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