Why You Should Stay in a Brisbane CBD Hotel

Travelling to Brisbane may be one of the best experiences you can have while travelling around Australia. Situated on the eastern shore of Australia in the state of Queensland, the city is built and established along the Brisbane River extending from the coast all the way inland to the original European settlement almost 23km from […]

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What to Do in Melbourne at Easter With Kids

Looking for ways to entertain the kids this Easter? Melbourne is a great place for an Easter Getaway with numerous family oriented activities available, many for free. Book some Melbourne accommodation and take your pick of the special Easter events and Melbourne’s attractions. Werribee Easter Egg Hunt Werribee is host to the biggest Easter Egg […]

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UFOs: Sorry, Interstellar Space Travel Is Bunk!

According to many scientists, especially when it comes to the exploration, migration and colonization throughout the cosmos by extraterrestrial intelligences, outer space is your ultimate no-man’s-land and quarantine zone. No exploration; no migration; no colonization. Any intelligent life is pretty much going to be confined to their very own planetary abode or solar system. That’s […]

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Types of Antidepressants And How Do They Work

We are so familiar with the term Depression, especially after the demise of ‘The Joker’ that hardly anyone needs a definition, right? Still, we have to go with the basics, so here- Depression is a chronic mental condition which makes the patient feels blue, sad, sleepy, self-destructive, and in the worst cases, suicidal. And psychiatric […]

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Vitamins- How Do They Work?

What are vitamins? Vitamins are a nutritional requirement to every human body, which requires at least 13 vitamins and 16 minerals. These nutrients serve several biological purposes in the human body, such as regulating body processes, maintain cellular health and reproduction. While these are already present in our dietary intake, they may not always cover […]

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