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Little snack - rye crisps with cottage cheese and lemon infused water. #healthy #snack #summer

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handaxe:

What’s the difference between america and yogurt?

If u leave yogurt alone for 200 years it will develop a culture

this was like the sickest burn I’ve ever seen

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HOW DOES THIS HAVE SO FEW REBLOGS you people are making me feel so old and I’m really not even an adult yet.

we still have one of these in my house… it doesn’t get used, but we still have it.

do people really not remember…..?

a relic from the past ages

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octobra:

I HATE PEOPLE WHO ARE MY AGE AND SUCCESSFUL YOU SHOULD BE WASTING UR LIFE BLOGGING OR EATING DORITOS OR SOME SHIT NOT GOING TO SPACE AND WINNING THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

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johnhoustonstockton:

just wanna get rich enough to buy my mom all the shit she deserves 

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kingsleyyy:

i’m thankful my childhood was filled with imagination and bruises from playing outside, instead of apps and how many damn likes you get on a picture

cromwyll:

Game of Thrones Season 4 Bloopers [x]

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"What we’ve done is to say that for all babies in the NICU, the parents should be the primary caregivers, not the nurses. And the nurses are really teachers to the parents."

The parents of 40 newborns were asked to spend a minimum of eight hours a day in the NICU and tasked with the overall management of their child’s care.

That included bathing and changing diapers, monitoring the infant’s vital signs, and recording feedings and weight gain on their medical chart. Nurses were responsible for the medical side of care — looking after feeding tubes, adjusting ventilation apparatus and administering medications.

The babies’ progress was compared with those whose care was primarily provided by nurses, and Lee says “the results were phenomenal.”

"There was a 25 per cent improvement in weight gain of the babies who were looked after by the parents," he says. "Breastfeeding rates doubled from 40-something per cent to over 80 per cent. Infection rates fell from 11 per cent in the nurse group to zero in the parent group. Treatment errors dropped by 25 per cent. Parental satisfaction went up, parental stress went down.

When you go out for drinks after night shift

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