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17 gifts for people who don’t drink their daily water requirements

Here are the perfect endow ideas for someone who doesn’t reach their daily liquid quota . Image: memobottle How much liquid do you booze a day, genuinely? What about your closest buddy, or your family? Be honest. If it’s not the two litres recommended, then we’ve got work to do. We all know person( or are someone) who refuses to reach their daily H2O quota, so perhaps said rebel only needs a little sprucing up of their ocean receptacle. Plus, with an estimated 8 million tonnes of plastic squander entering…

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How Spanish flu helped create Sweden’s modern welfare state

The 1918 pandemic ruined the remote metropoli of stersund. But its bequest is a city and country well-equipped to deal with 21 st century challenges On 15 September 1918, a 12 -year-old boy identified Karl Karlsson who lived just outside Ostersund, Sweden, wrote a short diary enter:” Two who died of Spanish influenza embed today. A few snowflakes in the air .” For all its brevity and matter-of-fact tone, Karlsson’s journal stimulates grim read. It is 100 years since a particularly virulent stres of avian flu, known as the Spanish…

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17 gifts for people who don’t drink enough water

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. How much water do you drink a day, really? What about your closest pal, or your family? Be honest. If it’s not the two litres recommended, then we’ve got work to do. We all know someone (or are someone) who refuses to reach their daily H2O quota, so perhaps said rebel just needs a little sprucing up of their water receptacle. Plus, with an estimated…

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How Spanish flu helped create Sweden’s modern welfare state

The 1918 pandemic ravaged the remote city of stersund. But its legacy is a city and country well-equipped to deal with 21 st century challenges On 15 September 1918, a 12 -year-old boy named Karl Karlsson who lived just outside Ostersund, Sweden, wrote a short diary entry:” Two who died of Spanish influenza buried today. A few snowflakes in the air .” For all its brevity and matter-of-fact tone, Karlsson’s journal makes grim reading. It is 100 years since a particularly virulent strain of avian flu, known as the Spanish…

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