This Influencer Is Opening About Sex During Pregnancy in Topless Instagram Photo

Pregnancy sends a woman's hormones into overdrive, and that can cause her libido to go through the roof for nine months. But not every woman has this experience, and Australian influencer Elise Knowles has started a conversation to normalize that. On Tuesday, Knowles shared a topless selfie on Instagram, showing off her pregnant belly. The photo undoubtedly caught followers' eyes, but it was her caption […]

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Whole genome sequencing for prenatal diagnosis

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the Faculty of Medicine at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has successfully introduced a new genome sequencing technique for prenatal invasive genetic diagnosis. It offers enhanced sensitivity and accuracy of diagnosing lethal and severe congenital disorders through precise detection of pathogenic microdeletion or microduplication in the fetus, compared with the current […]

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Is laziness a choice or genetic trait?

Regular physical activity is a crucial part of living a healthy lifestyle. However, a majority of American adults spend their waking hours sitting, which leads to a variety of health issues such as obesity, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Now, a researcher from the University of Missouri has identified a specific gene related to physical inactivity in rats that could potentially […]

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Pill lowers risk for cardiovascular disease by a third

Circulatory disorders often develop in Secret. High blood pressure is about hurt, pain without. Also a high cholesterol, clogged blood vessels, without the brain something to tell. The consequences often only when vessels are so clogged strong, that the blood stops flow, and heart or brain are no longer supplied with sufficient oxygen. The consequences of such cardiovascular diseases are […]

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Even Fidgeting helps burn calories

Adults often complain when children’s behavior is restless and fidget. The Hibbelei could, in times of Overweight and obesity but also advantages. An Australian study suggests. Scientists from the University of Strathclyde have found that children consume by Fidget a year, a not inconsiderable amount of energy. They were measured for their study, the calorie consumption with forty preschool children […]

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Shannen Doherty Talks Accepting Her Body After Cancer: 'I’m Never Going To Be the Size I Used To Be'

Shannen Doherty made it through a harrowing battle with breast cancer. But the BH90210 actress is now waging a different fight: learning to accept her post-cancer body and handle the recovery process that comes with being a breast cancer survivor. “I don’t think you’re ever on the other side [of cancer],” Doherty, 47, said in an August 14 interview with People. “I don’t […]

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Genes linked to Alzheimer’s risk, resilience identified

An international team of researchers led by scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified a pair of genes that influence risk for both late-onset and early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Most genes implicated thus far in Alzheimer’s affect neurons that transmit messages, allowing different regions of the brain to communicate with one another. But the newly identified […]

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Emergency on the fifth day in the hospital

The 54-Year-old just failed in the attempt, from the alcohol to break the habit. For many years, he is addicted. His parents were alcoholics, his brothers are depending on. After he has canceled a deprivation program, drink to the homeless man for several days two to three and a half Liter of vodka a day – to unconsciousness. One evening […]

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