Cardiovascular disease: How signal proteins of the immune system regulate the development of atherosclerosis

Medical researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich have uncovered how signal proteins of the immune system regulate the development of atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is one of the most common causes of death in Germany. The condition is characterized by the buildup of cholesterol and other fatty metabolites in the arterial wall directly below the endothelial cell layer, which is in direct […]

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Experts Reveal How to Deal and Overcome Changes in Your Business and Life

If one thing is constant and consistent in our business and life, that’d be change. The business world is struggling in dealing with disruption especially since new businesses have emerged every single day to cater to our changing demands and needs. As an entrepreneur, embracing change can be challenging and daunting. That’s why these experts give their tips to help […]

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Heres Exactly How to Have a Prostate Orgasm, According to Sex Experts

Ah, orgasms! Who doesn’t love them? There are so many ways to achieve the big O, from jacking off to intercourse to playing with sex toys (hi, vibrating cock rings). But your penis isn’t the only way to experience such pleasure. In fact, if you’re looking for a toe-curling, mind-blowing orgasm, you might just find it…in your ass. The prostate—a.k.a […]

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How social media could be affecting COVID vaccine hesitancy

A social media campaign could help to advertise the positives of COVID-19 vaccination and counter the negative posts and comments which are putting Australia’s vaccination program at risk, a UNSW researcher says. ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow in UNSW Science’s School of Psychology, Dr. Kate Faasse says social media is exaggerating COVID vaccine side effects and is playing a […]

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How the body builds a healthy relationship with ‘good’ gut bacteria

Our body’s relationship with bacteria is complex. While infectious bacteria can cause illness, our gut is also teaming with “good” bacteria that aids nutrition and helps keep us healthy. But even the “good” can have bad effects if these bacteria end up in tissues and organs where they’re not supposed to be. Now, research published in Nature reveals insights into […]

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