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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You should never buy makeup at Dollar General. Here’s why

We’re all looking to save money wherever we can, and one of the biggest expenses that most of us can’t live without — no matter how broke we are — is makeup. But, as with tattoos, cheap makeup isn’t good and good makeup isn’t cheap. Still, it’s hard to resist when the price tags on our favorite products remain tantalizingly […]

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Scheana Shay Explains Why She Discussed Her Miscarriage on Podcast

In her own words. Scheana Shay revealed why she chose to tell her podcast listeners about suffering a miscarriage earlier this year. ‘Pump Rules’ Star Scheana Shay’s Complete Dating History “I’ve felt like last week was obviously a very tough week for me,” Shay, 35, said on the Friday, July 3, episode of her “Scheananigans” podcast, following the news of […]

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Rural older women offer insight for why nature is important when aging in place

In a new study, Penn State College of Nursing Project Director Erica Husser—a developmental gerontologist with a passion for nature and older women’s health—investigated the perceived influence of nature on the daily lives of rural older women living with multiple chronic health conditions. According to Husser, we are hard-wired to pay attention to nature early in life, but as we […]

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Why Meghan Markle Felt 'Unprotected' During Her Pregnancy

Looking back on tough times. Meghan Markle didn’t feel protected during her pregnancy ahead of her and Prince Harry’s son Archie’s arrival. Everything Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry Have Said About Her Pregnancy Following negative press, the Suits alum, 38, was feeling “tremendous emotional distress and damage to her mental health,” according to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight on […]

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Why is Alzheimer’s more common in women?

Two-thirds of Alzheimer’s patients are women. So far, on the grounds that women live on average longer than men. A study in the Online edition of "Neurology" the difference, however, hormonal changes during menopause. 85 women and 36 men aged between 40 and 65 years without signs of intellectual impairment took part in the study. In Thinking and memory tests […]

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Why the LGBT community is at greater risk from COVID-19

More than 200,000 LGBT adults in California have medical conditions that increase their vulnerability to the effects of COVID-19, according to new research by Kathryn O’Neill, a policy analyst with the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. O’Neill will share her findings in a webinar hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research at noon on Monday, […]

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