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For diehard fans, every new "Game of Thrones" episode is appointment viewing, but Sunday night's show has anticipation at an all-time fever pitch.
The show's creators have said almost the entire episode will be devoted to an epic clash between a patchwork band of its human heroes, holed up in the northern castle of Winterfell, and an army of undead warriors led by the inscrutable Night King.
    The Battle of Winterfell is the climactic showdown the entire HBO series has been pointing to since Season One way back in 2011.
    Here's why everyone is so jacked up for it.

    It's reportedly the longest battle sequence ever put on film

    The eighth season of Game of Thrones has begun, and that means it's the beginning of the end for fans and their favorite Westerosi citizens. The first episode of the final season of Game of Thrones was full of reunions as characters spread all over the world came back together at Winterfell to prepare for the White Walkers and their undead army. While even the most casual GoT viewer knows how much the news Samwell shared with Jon will shake up the power balance in the fight for the Iron Throne, there are plenty of details that flew over fans' heads while they were busy tweeting the best Bran Stark memes.

    From characters who hardly got any screen time to the nuances of the new-look opening credits, here are the biggest things you probably missed when watching the first episode of Game of Thrones Season 8.

    The Credits Spoil The Episode If You Pay Attention
    The Credits Spoil The Episode ... is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Every Important Detail You Missed In Season 8, Episode 1 Of 'Game Of Thrones'
    No matter how hard you try not to get nervous or angry, sometimes it just happens, and you lose it. Either you are having a bad day, or you had the bad luck of experiencing things that try out your nerves. In these situations, the Zen feeling is leaving you, needing a little bit of assistance to restore your calmness. Thus, you may wish to enjoy some Japanese wisdom and keep in mind the following techniques to calm down whenever you feel like you are going to explode. And considering that our busy lives always offer us new moments to get angry, we might just all be addicted to the stress relieving medication. Still, the following methods are drug-free and promise to work.

    #1.       The plain and simple Japanese method

     The plain and simple Japanese method
    You can do all the makeup you want but good skin can only be achieved by eating right. And since what you eat shows on your skin, it is necessary to eat clean to get a clean skin. But there is so much information available on what to eat that taking care of your diet seems like a full time task. So here is a 10 point guide to eating clean to get a clear skin and what to avoid.

    #1. Avoid sugar

    Avoid sugar
    If you have acne-prone skin, it is best to avoid sugar as much as possible. This means no more cookies, candy bars or anything that has sugar. Replace everything sugary with fresh fruits or vegetables to get a better and clearer skin.

    #2. Minimize Dairy

    Some people are sceptical of removing dairy from their diet due to its health benefits. But if you are prone to acne and breakouts, you should minimize your dairy intake to get clearer skin. You can opt for non-dairy alternatives.
    Fifty years ago in New York City, Datsun unveiled the 240Z, an affordable, elegant six-cylinder sports car that outperformed Britain’s best and looked great doing it. Last night, Nissan unveiled the 50th Anniversary 370Z, which pays tribute to one very special 240.
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    For fans of off-road vehicles, Jeep and Mopar’s annual Moab Easter Safari is better than Christmas. And this year is even more special, celebrating the return of the famous Gladiator pickup truck. But the star of the show, amongst a gallery of winners, might just be this 1968 Jeep M-715 Gladiator ‘Five-Quarter’ concept.
    Built to be a military vehicle, this beautiful bruiser boasts all the classic styling of the donor vehicle with modern components that vault it into the present day. And that starts with the powerplant: a beastly 707-horsepower 6.2L supercharged ‘Hellcrate’ HEMI V8 engine (the crate version of the one found in the Dodge Demon pony car). Of course, that’s not all it has — not by a long shot. It also features a full carbon fiber front end, custom-fabricated aluminum bed, reinforced frame with a new heavy-duty link/coil suspension system, and a suite of LED lights to go along with HID headlamps. Both functional and beautiful, this past-meets-present build is a one-of-a-kind 4×4 that yearns to be pushed to its limits.
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    There are many new products produced almost everyday promising to make you look and feel younger. Those remedies most probably include a lot of chemicals that eventually affect your skin negatively. As the saying goes, you are what you eat.
    Avoiding junk food, eating lots of vegetables, drinking at least 8 glasses of water can be life changing to your body and lifestyle.
    Let’s take a look at some of the natural remedies that leave your body and skin completely flawless.
    Coconut Oil
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    It helps battle acne and for all skin types.  Popularly known for it’s natural antibacterial and anti fungal properties.
    Coconut oil leaves your skin soft and naturally glowing. They raise the good cholesterol in your blood which helps in reducing the risk of heart diseases.
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    Emilia Clarke is continuing to open up about her life threatening battle against brain aneurysms. The Game of Thrones actress experienced her first subarachnoid hemorrhages when she was just 24-years-old. Two years later, it happened again. Clarke was able to keep her condition under wraps for almost a decade, however, she decided to open up about her experience in order to bring more awareness to the "invisible" injury.

    "With the second one, there was a bit of my brain that actually died," Clarke explained during an interview with CBS Sunday Morning. She went on to say that "if part of your brain doesn't get blood to it for a minute, it will just no longer work. It's like you short circuit. So I had that."