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This is Sofia from BZU , Done masters in chemistry
Have specialized in Biochemistry. Recently got renal transplant. Married and happily married:) Having no kids so join different forums to share thoughts and teach others.

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Vaping and Smoking: Which Costs More?

Posted on November 14, 2017 at 2:28am 0 Comments

If about 10 years ago someone said "I'd like to vape" or "I need an e-juice refill for my e-cigarettes", you would probably wonder what they are talking about. Back then, the regular traditional cigarettes were what everyone was use to. But when E-cigarettes, refills and other devices started finding its way into the market, users or Vapers (as they are fondly called) couldn't wait to refill their clearomizers with flavoured choice E-liquids.

With the influx of…


What are the reasons behind selecting an IT outsourcing company?

Posted on November 2, 2017 at 3:25am 0 Comments

Nowadays, the outsourcing companies have become quite popular and prevalent around the world for being exclusive and offering excellent features and conveniences. Lots of different places are there where everyone is focusing on the cost-cutting; the outsourcing companies provide the business people an attractive and exciting occasion receiving the maximum benefits with less effort. IT professionals, liable for the gathering financial as well as…


Tips for Making the Most Out of Your Flying Lessons

Posted on September 29, 2017 at 5:36am 1 Comment

It might sound silly, but learning how to fly is pretty much like learning how to play a musical instrument such as a piano or guitar. Everything will be new to you from stepping inside the music studio to opening a music sheet which to a complete beginner, would look like a piece of hieroglyphics from some forgotten tomb in ancient Egypt. Lessons last about 30 minutes, and before you realise, it was over. You can pretty much say the same thing about…


Ways a Student can Benefit from an English Tutor in Sydney

Posted on September 29, 2017 at 5:31am 1 Comment

Is English a more idiosyncratic class than math or science?  Many students think that it is.  In the end, there is usually one correct answer to a math problem while occasionally an English tier can leave a student confused.  For instance, a student may write what he or she believes is a stunning paper, just to be amazed when he receives a less than stellar grade on it. 


Alternatively, perhaps, the student has an English paper or a history paper, and they are having a tough…


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