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Growing up in an Asian household, moving in with your partner isn't something we do.
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Elon Musk says we can't let humankind end in 'adult diapers' and that the environment would be fine if we doubled our population
Elon Musk said humankind should at least maintain population numbers. This should prevent all of us from ending up in "adult diapers," he said.
Bel Air megamansion listed for $87.8 million flops at auction and the celebrity developer seller is furious
The highest bid for the seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom property was reportedly around half of what dermatologist and developer Alex Khadavi was asking.
55-year-old Chinese man takes entrance exam for 26th time in 40 years in hopes of dream school admittance
For 55-year-old Liang Shi, age is no limit as he took an entrance exam for the 26th time since he was a teenager to get into his dream school. While many people have reportedly told Liang that his “failing memory” would hinder him from studying textbooks like his younger peers, he is determined to score high enough on the gaokao exam this year to attend Sichuan University, which he first missed out on in 1983. The gaokao exam, which translates to “high exam,” is China’s annual standardized col
More people are turning to this housing idea for aging parents, but obstacles still exist in much of the country
Several trends have combined and reinforced one another in recent years to give greater momentum to the ADU movement, but hurdles remain.
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Usually to get skin tags, moles, tattoos, and other skin bumps and marks removed, you have to go to the dermatologist. But according to Dermavel, all you need to do is buy its plasma pen. Dermavel says the pen painlessly removes unwanted skin imperfections and blemishes at home. It comes with fine and coarse needles, depending on what you are looking to remove. Insider producer Celia Skvaril decided to try it on a skin tag, but ran it past a dermatologist first. Dr. Karan Lal was skeptical, but
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California-based The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) has had a major presence in Florida since the 1960s when the early stages of Walt Disney World were under development. The company should make the move to Lake Nona by late 2024, according to information shared on job postings. The Walt Disney Co. has confirmed it will relocate about 2,000 jobs from its California headquarters to Lake Nona, a master-planned community in southeast Orlando.