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Jun 23 - Jul 23

New Moon May 6-7 suggests vocational collaboration; group efforts will feature this month. If promises are made, be patient: delays are likely. May 22-26 and Jun 2-5 might frustrate with numerous changes but Jun 9-14 sets things in motion. While Jun 18-21 is fraught with uncertainty, Venus then Sun enter Cancer during this time. You’ll feel supported and in your element by Jun 26.

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Emotions and botox
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Decisions and hunger
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Painkiller kills empathy
Pain killing medication is massive business. We are not a society that tolerates pain; when you feel pain you take   Read More

 

 

 

Yoga and meditation for dementia
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Grapes and oranges for diabetes
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Living life large with Tourette
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A heavy metal problem
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How to create a quiet home
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