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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Anatomy'

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If your ring finger is longer, you're more likely to be gay, study says 

 

If your ring finger is longer than your index finger, you’re more likely to be gay.

Gay Star News

No, your finger length won’t tell you if you’re gay despite recent headlines

Tags: Anatomy, Sex Identity, Study

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17-Oct-2018


Are You Supposed to Poop Every Day? 

 

Some days you might find yourself in and out of the toilet, and some days might go by without a single visit for a Number Two. Should this be a cause for concern?

We asked five experts if we have to poop every day.

Tonic

Tags: Action, Anatomy, Health, Instructional, Medical, Science

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11-Sep-2018


The Surprising Reason We Lack So Much Knowledge About Women's Health 

 

One big way that gender bias in research has skewed biomedical knowledge is that a lot of the knowledge we have about diseases that affect both genders and the effects of drugs and other treatments is based on research on men. For decades, a lot of clinical research was done solely or largely on men and the results were extrapolated to women. It’s really only since the early nineties that the research community has begun to recognize the importance of including women and paying attention to the possibility that there may be sex/gender differences. Back then, the National Institutes of Health wasn’t keeping track of whether women were enrolled in its federally funded research. The Food and Drug Administration was prohibiting all women of childbearing age from taking part in early-phase drug trials. And researchers were generally reluctant to include women for paternalistic reasons (a concern for the possible risks to women and/or their future fetuses) and also out of laziness (accounting for women’s varying hormonal states and cycles was thought to make it more complicated and costly to get statistically significant results).

Forbes

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Medical, Nature, Sex, Study, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Women

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26-Aug-2018


Red states will lose the most in trade war with China: Citigroup 

 

The U.S. officially implemented tariffs on Chinese imports, to which China immediately retaliated to with levies of its own.

This tit-for-tat trade war would mostly impact states that voted “overwhelmingly” in favor of Trump in 2016 as they possess “jobs and output significantly affected by tariffs,” says Dana Peterson, Citi's North America economist.

She notes, “80 percent of ‘red’ states produce goods subject to retaliatory tariffs totaling 10 percent or more of GDP, compared to 10 percent of ‘blue’ states.”

CNBC

Tags: Anatomy, Ecology, Economy, Employment, Environment, Govt, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Laws, New World Order, Politics, Product, Relationships, Survival, Warning, World

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06-Jul-2018


There’s Only One Correct Way to Measure a Penis 

 

If you were paying attention to the headline-grabbing work of pioneering sexologist Alfred Kinsey in the years after World War Two, you would have learned that the average length of an erect penis is around 6.21” while the average girth is 4.85". Because Kinsey and his team were the first to get granular over penis size, and the first to be famous for conducting such titillating research, these figures enjoyed incredible staying power over the subsequent decades. I posit that this 70-year-old data set’s notoriety—along with the ubiquity of porn and the rumored existence of Jared Leto’s formidable trouser schnauzer—may share the responsibility for the prevalence of Short Penis Syndrome or Penile Dysmorphic Disorder.

Tonic

Tags: Anatomy, Education, Environment, History, Instructional, Men, Nature, Perception, Science, Sex, Study

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26-Mar-2018


The Y chromosome is disappearing – so what will happen to men? 

 

The Y chromosome may be a symbol of masculinity, but it is becoming increasingly clear that it is anything but strong and enduring. Although it carries the “master switch” gene, SRY, that determines whether an embryo will develop as male (XY) or female (XX), it contains very few other genes and is the only chromosome not necessary for life. Women, after all, manage just fine without one.

What’s more, the Y chromosome has degenerated rapidly, leaving females with two perfectly normal X chromosomes, but males with an X and a shrivelled Y. If the same rate of degeneration continues, the Y chromosome has just 4.6m years left before it disappears completely. This may sound like a long time, but it isn’t when you consider that life has existed on Earth for 3.5 billion years.

The Conversation

Tags: Anatomy, Ecology, Education, Environment, Health, Men, Nature, Parenting, Population, Science, Sex Identity, Study, World

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19-Jan-2018


NO PANTS SUBWAY RIDE: PLEASE DON'T GET NAKED IN A BOMB CYCLONE, DOCTORS ADVISE

 

The annual No Pants Subway Ride returns Sunday to cities across the world, and in related news, a temperature at which it might conceivably be reasonable to wear no pants while riding the subway in a ton of those cities does not.

The No Pants Subway Ride has been a January tradition since Improv Everywhere kicked it off in 2002. In New York City, where it originated, the temperature will be approximately 20 degrees Fahrenheit when the festivities are scheduled to commence at 3 p.m. eastern time.

Newsweek

Tags: Anatomy, Be Well, Choices, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Nature, Safety, Treatment, Warning, Weather

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07-Jan-2018


PENIS-WHITENING LASER PROCEDURE GOES VIRAL IN THAILAND 

 

Updated / A Thai clinic more used to promoting cosmetic surgeries such as breast augmentation on its social media channels has gone viral for a less well-known procedure to change the pigmentation of the skin on the penis.

A Facebook post written by an employee of Bangkok’s Lelux Hospital promoting the procedure has received nearly 20,000 shares and more than 10,000 comments, mostly baffled or bemused, often tagging another person. The video uploaded with the post showed a man lying on a clinic’s table as the doctor seemingly performed the laser procedure and had been viewed more than 4 million times by Thursday.

Newsweek

Penis whitening is the bizarre new trend gripping the gay community

Tags: Anatomy, Backlash, Choices, Community, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Perception, Privilege, Race, Treatment, Weird, World

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05-Jan-2018


Why most of us lean to the right when we kiss 

 

Your brain is an organ of two halves – the left side and the right side. And there are many brain functions, such as language skills or which hand you write with, which are organised mostly in one side of the brain or the other.

Simple behavioral tests have now allowed us to see how this organisation is revealed through biases in how we see and interact with the world – and each other – often without us being aware of it.

Examining how people perceive a diagram of variously orientated lines and angles provided clues that people typically have a subconscious bias for seeing things set out in clockwise orientations.

PBS

Tags: Anatomy, Choices, Education, Environment, Mental Health, Nature, Perception, Science, Study

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01-Jan-2018


The Curve In Your Penis Might Be a Sign of Cancer 

 

Your penis says a lot about your health. While problems getting hard can point to blood flow issues that can put your heart at risk, how your penis looks can be telling, too: Peyronie’s disease—a condition where the formation of scar tissue leads to a curvature of your penis—might increase your risk of certain types of cancer, new research from Baylor College of Medicine suggests.

Men's Health

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Health, Science, Sex, Study, Support, Treatment, Warning

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20-Nov-2017


The Vaguely Sexual Exercise That Fixed My Weak Butt 

 

"Your butt is weak."

It's not what I was expecting to hear when I visited a physical therapist for my excruciating knee pain, but that was the situation: I had a poverty posterior.

Weak or inactive glutes, it turns out, can result in an unbalanced hip-to-knee rhythm, poor movement mechanics and joint health in the knee, and even reduced ankle stability.

After the diagnosis, I signed up for a glute-focused powerlifting program designed by the authority on asses, Bret Contreras, CSCS, a strength coach who has an actual PhD in glute mechanics. (His thesis was called "Kinematics and kinetics of vertical and horizontal hip extension exercises and their transference to acceleration and power.")

Vice

Tags: Advice, Anatomy, Dedication, Environment, Exercise, Health, Instructional, Opinion, Program, Support, Treatment

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20-Nov-2017


Women Are Now Posting Photos Of Their Uterine Fibroids All Over Reddit 

 

They can be as small as a dime or bigger than a softball. There can be just one or a baker's dozen. And tons of women have them. We're talking about uterine fibroids—which you can now see photos of all over Imgur and Reddit.

According to Dr. Suzanne Fenske, M.D., assistant professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive science at Mount Sinai, anywhere from 60 to 80 percent of women will experience uterine fibroids at some point in their lives. These benign tumors, which often occur in premenopausal women, can be found inside the uterine cavity, inside the uterine wall, and even on the outside of the uterus. In most cases, uterine fibroids don't cause any distressing symptoms and can be monitored at yearly well-women visits. But if the fibroids are large and start to cause symptoms, or if a woman is trying to have children, removal is often recommended, Fenske says.

Women's Health Magazine

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, History, Medical, Menstrual, Parenting, Science, Service, Social Media, Study, Support, Treatment, Women

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14-Nov-2017


Understanding Underlying Weight Gain Causes 

 

Most people who aren't overweight think that the root cause of overweight and obesity is deceptively simple. If you take in more calories than you use, you'll gain weight. And if you eat less, you lose weight. But in reality, there are several underlying weight gain causes that can contribute to your weight beyond just calories consumed and calories burned.

Normal Weight Gain in Daily Life

Some weight gain is a normal part of life, particularly for women.

Weight gain occurs with pregnancy, and many breastfeeding mothers maintain a certain amount of weight while nursing. In addition, most women experience a periodic weight gain each month before and during menstruation.

Very Well

Tags: Anatomy, Diet, Disease, Drink, Drugs, Environment, Health, History, Mental Health, Science, Study, Treatment, Weight

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23-Oct-2017


Can Your Penis Actually Shrink? It might sound bizarre, but age, diet, and other lifestyle factors do play a role in your penis size 

 

Most men have wondered, at one point or another, whether it's possible for their penises to shrink. While this sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, unfortunately, this fear does have some truth to it. While it's not really possible for penises to gradually shrink inch by inch, it's true that due to age and lifestyle choices, your penis could potentially lose the ability to maintain a consistent level of tumescence.

Men's Health

Tags: Aging, Anatomy, Diet, Disease, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Science, Treatment

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06-Oct-2017


Tips for Big Guys 

 

How to Dress to Look Thinner

Alpham

Tags: Anatomy, Choices, Dedication, Fashion, Instructional, Men, Social Media, Study, Support, Video

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30-Sep-2017




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