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Q. what are the do and don't do health wise during pregnancy?

A. do look at beautiful people places and things.. it anchors a positve energy

meditate on nature :)

Q. does sleeping pills addictive? and is it ok health wise?

A. Most sleeping pills are addictive and it is advised to consult a doctor before starting any treatment, for the best treatment plan and what doses you should use.

Q. i smoke a lot ! what syndromes should i expect to develop health wise?

A. the question should be- what i shouldn't expect... smoking causes those types of cancer: mouth, bronchi, lungs salivary glads. heart problems, plugged arteries..and thats just the start...here is a link that will tell you most of the risks involved:

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Several pranksters in one of his classes were irritated by his aloof manner and his disdain of their wisecracks. They decided to show him up.
But the people who actually lived under communism made wisecracks about it all the time, and I don't see why the rest of us should be left out of the fun.
"We knew you'd be back," he wisecracked. "Just not this soon."
He was a skilled horseman and an expert with the lasso, and later his expertness became part of a vaudeville act in which the circlings of the lasso were interspersed with seemingly naive, but in reality very shrewd, wisecracks. By 1905 he had reached New York City, where he performed in Hammerstein's Roof Garden.
In a succession of hits from 1968 to 1976 Simon's characters use wisecracks and biting humor to avoid the pain of marital failure, impotence, nymphomania, adultery, alcoholism, or other byproducts of paralyzing middle - class values.
BULLETS AND WISECRACKS 6/10 GRETA (15) The kindness of a good Samaritan is ruthlessly exploited by an unlikely predator in Neil Jordan's campy psychological thriller.
Ryan Reynolds should keep those wisecracks in checkor judiciously keep some of them to himself.
Remixing ideas from "The Hangover" and "Knocked Up." but retooled for China's distaff demographic, this date movie is at once sweetly whimsical and full of balky sexual wisecracks. Fan's international profile could parlay the pic into niche release overseas.
With the new film portraying him as the classic unruly teen of the comics, his regular wisecracks are genuinely entertaining.
Time in job: 17 years as comedian; two as owner of Wisecracks.
Like a witchetty grub without mayonnaise, it'd be criminal if Ant and Dec weren't at the helm plumbing the depths of depravity, and so fans will be pleased to hear they'll bringing us more rounds of gossip from the camp, with their trademark wisecracks all-too-often welcomed by the deafening silence of the crickets.