‘I love you’: Smitten John Terry publicly gushes over his sizzling bikini-clad wife Toni as she displays her rippling six-pack abs during epic Dubai sunset

He regularly praises his wife of ten years on Instagram.  And John Terry once again took to the social media platform on Wednesday to publicly gush over his other half Toni, who absolutely sizzled in an eye-catching bikini-clad snap.  The image saw the gym bunny showcase the fruits of her labour as she displayed her…

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The secrets of the ancient Amazonian brew that can ‘cure depression and alcoholism’: Scientists reveal how shamanic, psychedelic potion works

Drinking a psychedelic Amazonian brew could improve your sense of wellbeing and fight away depression, a new study has concluded.  Ayahuasca, which contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT) – illegal in the UK and US, may also offer a way of tackling alcoholism. The shamanic drink, subject to controversy in recent years, has been blamed for the deaths…

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B.C. pipeline lawsuit dropped over worries costs would bankrupt non-profit group

VANCOUVER — A non-profit group has abandoned a legal challenge of the Trans Mountain pipeline project in British Columbia, saying losing the case could bankrupt the organization. Duff Conacher of Democracy Watch says the advocacy group decided to withdraw its legal action after the B.C. Supreme Court judge assigned to the case suggested from the bench the premier was not responsible…

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Quebecor third-quarter profit boosted by wireless spectrum sale to Shaw

Quebecor headquarters is seen Monday, October 6, 2014 in Montreal. Quebecor Inc. reported a $171.9-million profit attributable to shareholders for the third quarter, boosted by the sale of wireless spectrum licences to Shaw Communications Inc. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz MONTREAL — Quebecor Inc. reported a $171.9-million profit attributable to shareholders for the third quarter, boosted…

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