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Marijuana, see there.

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Q. My pot shape belly is worrying me a lot and now I am helpless to bring it to right shape. What can help me? My pot shape belly is worrying me a lot and now I am helpless to bring it to right shape. My work is computer related and the shift schedule is so tough that I am left with no time for gym and exercise. There is a growth in my hips size as well and I feel completely uncomfortable. My body becomes completely heated after my work. I eat my meals regularly as I know pretty well that dieting without exercise does more harm than any good and I feel stressed. What can help me?

A. You reduce on your diet to small diet as it will be burned. Once the food is used by the body it won’t pound on your body. To reduce the gained fat and belly you have to do some exercise to excite muscles to form in the areas where you require and to reduce the excess fat where not required, especially at your belly and hips. I think you must go for swimming and this will definitely help ease your problems to a considerable level.
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Research carried out by Confused.com found that 28% of UK drivers have had an accident or near-miss due to a pothole. Of those who actually had an accident, 17% said it was because they lost control of their car when they hit the pothole, while a further 15% said it caused their tyre to burst which led to an accident.
"To help clear this confusion, drivers looking to claim for pothole damage can find all of the information they need to start the process in our guide."
Data obtained by confused.com emphasises how much of an issue potholes cause for motorists in Scotland, with the problem revealed to stretch more than 4km deep.
'Misunderstood?' I yelled, 'Do you know the number of people who have died or nearly died falling into potholes? Do you realize hospitals are full of those suffering from spinal injuries caused by your bad repairs?' The contractor held up his hand and gestured towards his worker who was filling up a hole, 'Ask him how many meals he had yesterday?'
Martin Tett, the Local Government Association's transport spokesman, said: "Keeping roads safe for all users is one of the most important jobs councils do and is reflected in the fact that local authorities are fixing a pothole every 21 seconds, with priority given to repairing potholes that pose the greatest risk based on their size and location, as recognised in this report."
ALONG with the weather, Brexit and the cost of rail travel, potholes are a sure fire way to get Brits moaning.
In Birmingham, there was an average of 8.60 potholes per kilometre.
Willie Kennedy, 60, suffered a buckled wheel after his Audi QX hit the giant pothole on the Clydeford Bridge in Cambuslang, near Glasgow.
Tameside had 108 pothole complaints, Oldham had 100, and Wigan had 81.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jul 29 ( ANI ): Dadarao Bilhore, a Mumbai resident, who lost his 16-year-old son to a pothole on a road three years ago, filled up 556th pothole in the city on Sunday.