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Friends will likely play a big role in your life around the June full moon — and I'm talkin' new friends who you've been hanging out with this summer and old pals who have found a way to reconnect with you over the last few weeks. Stardust urges you to embrace them all! Doing so will help you understand yourself even better... and don't we all need that kind of help? 3. You May Feel A Little Neglected By Family And Friends If you've been feeling like loved ones aren't giving you the attention you deserve lately, try to cut them some slack. "They're not ignoring you," Stardust says. "They may be busy with their own full moon stories!" Rather than wallowing in feelings of being pushed aside, take the initiative and reach out to these friends and family members yourself. Share your feelings and commit to moving forward together. 4.
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A shark's tooth extracted from the leg of a 13-year old boy, who was attacked at Atlantique Beach in Islip, New York, U.S., is shown in this photo provided July 18, 2018. Courtesy Jason Hager/Ocean Beach Fire Department/Handout via REUTERS The victims - a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy - were discharged after emergency medical treatment for their separate mishaps, each with a bandaged right leg, and both were expected to fully recover. What appeared to be a shark’s tooth was extracted from the boy’s leg and will be analyzed to determine the species of the creature he encountered while boogie-boarding at Atlantique Beach in the town of Islip, officials said. The girl, a middle school student identified at a news conference with her parents afterward as Lola Pollina, said she was standing in waist-deep water at Sailors Haven beach in nearby Brookhaven, 2 miles (3 km) east of Islip, when she was bitten. “I saw something, like, next to me, and I kind of felt pain, and looked and I saw a fin,” she said, recounting how she realized her leg was “all bloody” as she scurried from the water. The shark she saw appeared to be about 3 to 4 feet (91-122 cm) long, she said. Shark attacks on humans are extremely rare in waters off Fire Island, east of New York City, or anywhere else in the state, according to Ian Levine, chief of the Ocean Beach Fire Department, whose paramedics aided the boy who was bitten. Only about 10 cases of shark bites on people have ever been documented in New York state, the last one in 1948, Levine told Reuters by telephone, citing information he said was furnished by Islip town supervisors. Neither incident on Wednesday had yet been officially confirmed as a shark attack, but Levine added, “The tooth we pulled out of the kid’s leg looks like a shark’s tooth.” The boy, who was attending a day camp at the time, walked on and off the police boat that took him to the hospital. The girl later spoke to reporters seated in a wheelchair.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-new-york-beach-shark/two-rare-shark-attacks-reported-along-new-yorks-fire-island-beaches-idUSKBN1K82JD?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews ยูเรเนียน pantip โหราศาสตร์ยูเรเนียน อ.วิโรจน์ กรดนิยมชัย โหราศาสตร์ยูเรเนียน