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https://www.youtube.com/embed/N3ZrbKYmjQ0 what if i said that your drinking water contains  an element that's used in batteries and that   it could also be affecting your mood sometimes  referred to as the magic ion this element's name   is lithium and a recent review of decades of  research has found that trace amounts of lithium   found in the tap could be stabilizing your mood  and may even have the potential to reduce the risk   of suicide of all the elements lithium is one  of the lightest this soft silvery white metal   occurs naturally in soil rocks and many foods it's  also highly reactive particularly with water and   varying degrees of lithium can be found in  surface water groundwater and seawater around   the world and not only is it valued for boosting  the energy density of our batteries over the past   few decades lithium has gained recognition in  the medical community for its powerful…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/nAS79fphQXI Welcome back to the Gentleman’s Gazette! Today’s video is all about hip flask and coat flask. We discuss the history the do’s and don’ts, what to pay attention to, the different materials and anything else you want to know about this classic gentlemanly accessory. First let’s start with a history of the hip flask. Before the modern era consuming alcohol was almost a health measure because it could disinfect and help to deal with not so clean water. Some say it all started in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa 60,000 years ago where people would use ostrich egg shells to use as a canteen. Earthenware containers evolved around 2,000 BC and they were eventually replaced with glass and metal flasks. For approximately 500 AD to the Middle Ages, Christian pilgrims would use flasks to bring home oil or other sacred substances. The flask as you know today is…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/2bhcqzPq15o My name is Sam Williamson I’m 22 years old I’ve just graduated from University last June I have been diabetic since the age of eleven and I am insulin dependent and currently taking sections five times a day I was diagnosed when my mum read something about the symptoms and signs of diabetes in a magazine and then I started drinking more needing to go to the toilet more at school I am psyched falling asleep really early was more grumpy than usual things like that so she then took me down to the doctor’s surgery and they did one quick blood test and and that was it my daily routine is a bit different someone without diabetes I have to wake up do a blood test have some insulin for my food I can’t really miss breakfast and so you have to make sure even if I wake…