Heart-Wrenching Photos Capture One Man’s Struggle With Schizophrenia

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Photographers are often praised for the visual acuity — their ability to capture both the subtle and sensational beauty living amongst us. But it’s not just their penchant for aesthetic that we should celebrate, it’s photographers’ knack for story telling in its rawest form that makes series like Julia Cybularz’s “The Mathematician” truly compelling.

The homage to Cybularz’s cousin, a Polish emigre named Slawek Kosmala who’s been living with schizophrenia for over 20 years, is a touching documentary-like project that tells — without words — the story of single man’s life experience. Slawek can be seen laying against an aging tree trunk or staring at a sleeping family family member, as Cybularz crafts portraits that penetrate his lonesome exterior.

“I was inspired by Slawek’s unique perspective of the world and his positive approach to his significant challenges,” Cybularz explained to HuffPost. “Slawek…

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How To Turn Your Bed Into The Ultimate Haven For Sleep

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Even if you do everything else right — you stay away from caffeine after lunch, you don’t let Fido share your bed, you give yourself some time to unwind before expecting to fall straight asleep — the very thing you rely on most to get your rest might be sabotaging your sleep.

It goes without saying that a comfortable and supportive mattress can drastically improve your odds of getting a good night’s rest, but it’s not always a matter of mattress firmness, material or size keeping you up. In fact, everything from the color of your walls to whether or not there’s a lock on your bedroom door can play a role in sleep. But since most of us can’t head home and repaint the walls tonight, here are some ways to guarantee your bed — from the pajamas you wear in it to…

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Deep Mystery: Theories Fly Over Giant Black Hole in Siberia

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An enormous crater spotted near Yamal, northern Siberia, has people scrambling for explanations. Siberia’s Zvezda TV recently aired helicopter footage of the giant black hole, which appears to be hundreds of feet wide and according to reports was formed some two years ago. The grainy footage isn’t much to go on, and while scientists are en route to study the crater, speculation abounds.
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Do’s and dont’s for #shiny white #teeth

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Maintaining shiny white teeth is simpler than you think. Read on to know how!
White-teeth-jpgTaking right care for your teeth is essential not only to keep them in good health but also to keep them bright and shiny. And there are only few simple do’s and dont’s that can give you a bright smile.

Avoid baking soda as much as you can. While it might be good for many things, it starts to remove the enamel from the teeth resulting in yellowness.

Avoid fruits and other foods that have dark color pigmentation. Food items like soy sauce, marinara sauce etc have dark pigmentation that can stain your teeth.

Avoid drinking those much marketed energy drinks. They are not as good as they tell you, especially for your teeth. The acids they contain have eroding effects which can remove the whitening from your teeth.

Keep your toothbrush updated. Replacing…

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Teacher Danielle Watkins Threatened To Fail Student Who Wouldn’t Have Sex With Her: Cops

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A high school English teacher in Connecticut was charged with sexual assault and selling marijuana stemming from an alleged relationship with one of her students.

Officers in Stamford have accused Danielle Watkins, 32, of having a sexual relationship with an 18-year-old student and then threatening to fail him when he tried to break off the relationship, NBC Connecticut reports.

The Stamford Police Department said the student, who attended Stamford High School, told authorities that he’d had several sexual encounters with Watkins in her car between September 2013 and June 2014. The alleged sex took place during school hours but not on school grounds, he told police.



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SEX TAPE (2014) – My rating: 7.5/10

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SexTapeA nice, funny summer comedy.  I expected Sex Tape to be stupid and unfunny. Despite my feelings, I laughed by tutus off.    Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz were hilariousness as a husband and wife team (Jay and Annie Hargrove) who had an extremely active sex life before, during and after marriage.  However, two kids later, their sex life was practically none existent.  So, to spice up their sex life again, they decided to make a personal sex tape that was accidentally sent to everyone who had an Ipad that was gifted to them by Annie or Jay.  The fun begins when they try to retrieve the Ipads that houses the sex video.  Cameron Diaz has a fantastic body for her age — she really stays in shape.  For an “R” rated movie, they showed as much as they could without having to be rated X.  Jason Segel also has a  fantastic physique for those who like…

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Google Glass Can Now Empty Your Wallet When You Nod

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Mobile payment systems like Isis promise a world where paying for something is as easy as waving your cellphone over a store terminal. But what if all you had to do was nod?

That’s the promise of Eaze, a Google Glass app launching in beta on Friday that lets Glass users hook up a virtual Bitcoin wallet to make payments. You first activate Eaze with a voice command, TechCrunch reported; then, use Glass’ camera to scan a QR code that the store will provide. A double nod completes the transaction.

It’s all very clever and convenient, although Eaze obviously requires that the store accept Bitcoin. If it does, the clerk will be able to generate the code and present it to the Glass wearer on a tablet or other display. The retailer doesn’t need to support Eaze specifically; the QR codes are the same as…

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The Worst Places On The Planet To Be A Worker

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Where are the worst places on the planet to be a worker?

A new report by the International Trade Union Confederation, an umbrella organization of unions around the world, sheds light on the state of workers’ rights across 139 countries. For its 2014 Global Rights Index, the ITUC evaluated 97 different workers’ rights metrics like the ability to join unions, access to legal protections and due process, and freedom from violent conditions. The group ranks each country on a scale of 1 (the best protections) to 5 (the worst protections).

The study found that in at least 35 countries, workers have been arrested or imprisoned “as a tactic to resist demands for democratic rights, decent wages, safer working conditions and secure jobs.” In a minimum of nine countries, murder and disappearance are regularly used to intimidate workers.

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Scrubs Day

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So yesterday I did something medical.

I attended a “Scrubs Day” course at Manchester University organised by FastBleep Schools and first things first it was so tiring (8:30am-5pm and I had like four hours sleep) but extremely informative and useful, like really  useful.
And we also got given scrubs to wear and I deeply regret not getting a picture with my scrubs on *sad face*

The main reason the day was really good was because the sessions and talks weren’t just the typical “How to apply to university” or “Make your personal statement look good” but instead they included the essential  points to focus on in your personal statement not the wishy washy stuff, the life of a doctor after graduation, the whole of spectrum options for a doctor after completing their F1 and F2 years and an insight in to problem based learning.


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Thinking of suicide? Read me

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“You see the giant and the shepherd in the valley and Elah and your eye is drawn to the man with the sword and shield and the glittering armor. But so much of what is beautiful and valuable in the world comes from the shepherd, who has more strength and purpose than we can ever imagine.”

 -Malcolm Gladwell

I survived a suicide attempt, spent years in rehab centers, jails, psych hospitals. Now I have worked as supervisor at these type facilities.

However my friend, he did not. This is what suicide looks like. This is him, after hanging himself, right before he died.


The difference is nothing. He grew up in a dysfunctional home, where the norm was drug use, physical, emotional, and psychological abuse. They didn’t have money, we did. He went to jail, he stayed. I went to jail, I got bailed out. I got to go to…

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