These Are The US Cities That Spent the Most On Sex Toys in Quarantine

As the vast majority of us have responsibly opted to remain in isolation in recent months in response to the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve had to find other ways to entertain ourselves. In addition to bread-baking, tons of reading and cultivating other hobbies, quarantine has been a great time for people to invest in their sex lives  — and, if Pornhub’s […]

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Why are scientists trying to manufacture organs in space?

Gravity can be a real downer when you are trying to grow organs. That’s why experiments in space are so valuable. They have revealed a new perspective into biological sciences, including insights into making human tissues. Gravity influences cellular behavior by impacting how protein and genes interact inside the cells, creating tissue that is polarized, a fundamental step for natural […]

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COVID-19 outbreaks at meat processing plants are hitting minorities hard

(HealthDay)—Workers from ethnic and minority groups make up nearly all meatpacking employees who’ve been infected during COVID-19 outbreaks at their facilities, a new government study reveals. The stats show that nearly 1 of every 10 workers in affected plants were diagnosed with COVID-19, based on figures from 14 states that reported the total number of workers in facilities with outbreaks. […]

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Injections are two-and-a-half times safer when nurses use revamped guidelines

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is changing the way it writes its guidelines for giving injections in hospitals, following groundbreaking research from the University of Bath. The Bath study, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), found that hospital nurses make far fewer mistakes when administering medicines intravenously if they follow instructions written with nurses in mind. […]

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Unusual coronavirus symptoms: What are they?

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) can cause a wide range of signs and symptoms. The most common are fever, dry cough and tiredness. Other symptoms include shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, muscle aches, chills, sore throat, headache, or chest pain. But COVID-19 can also cause symptoms you might not expect, including: Gastrointestinal symptoms. COVID-19 might cause mild gastrointestinal symptoms, including […]

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Common Fights Couples Have That Are Totally Normal

Couples fight. That’s just a fact. When there’s skin in the game, mutual love and affection and mutual interests (financial, personal, whatever), there will be disagreements. As much as we’d like relationships to be all sunshine, rainbows and roses, the ugly truth is that you and your partner will always have your share of fights (and, ideally, make-ups). And, let’s […]

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Stars Who Are Honest About Their Fertility Struggles

It was a long road to parenthood for Chrissy Teigen and John Legend. “You hear stories about IVF working the first try, but you’ll hear a lot more stories about when it takes a few times,” the supermodel told New York Magazine’s The Cut in April 2018. “Ours didn’t work the first time and it was devastating.” At times, the […]

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