Suspicious corgi is suspicious. (x-posted in r/corgi)

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I have never hit reblog so fast in my LIFE.


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Sugar-Free Vegan Caramel Apples…RECIPE


1 1/2 cups pitted dates, lightly packed (I use honey dates)

1/2 cup plain non-dairy milk (to soak dates)

3 1/2 – 4 tbsp raw cashew butter (see note and can substitute)

1 tsp pure vanilla extract (or the seeds scraped from 1 vanilla bean)

1/8 tsp (rounded) sea salt

Couple pinches freshly grated nutmeg (optional)

4-6 organic apples (or more, depending on size)

Popsicle sticks or spoons

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Baby Getting A Chest X-Ray

This device is used to immobilize young children in order to get their x-rays, when a child is very sick and an x-ray is needed to diagnose them. It does NOT hurt them at all. Taking multiple images of a moving baby, in order to get the least blurry one is more harmful because then the child is exposed to radiation for a longer period of time.

This device, which again does NOT hurt them, allows for a technologist to grab chest images of a child as fast and as efficiently as possible. The children may sometimes cry, and get frustrated but only because they are not familiar with this device. This is typically used for babies under 25 Ibs or around 2 years old. If interested you can hear how it works from a technologist himself (What He Has To Say) (More Information)

At first glance I genuinely thought this was a baby in a blender 

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