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{February 12, 2009}   web hosting

A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to provide their own website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for servers they do not own to be located in their data center, called colocation. (Source)

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Making love could be one of the few pleasures in life that is genuinely good for you, say researchers.

Not only does a healthy sex life boost mood, but there is growing evidence to show it boosts your physical well-being, too  –  from increasing longevity to reducing the risk of erectile dysfunction and even heart attack.

Only last month, researchers at Nottingham University concluded that men who kept up a regular sex life in their 50s were also at lower risk of developing prostate cancer.

(Conversely, they found ‘too much’ sexual activity  –  more than 20 times a month  –  in the 20s and 30s could increase the risk.)

In fact, the research seems to suggest that men  –  particularly older men  –  benefit the most from healthy effects of sex. Feel-good hormones help explain some of the benefits, such as mood-boosting, but the explanation is not always obvious.

But one thing is clear, and this applies to both men and women: you need to be having sex regularly if you don’t want to lose the ability.

‘Use it or lose it’ was the advice given to older men by Finnish scientists recently.

They had followed 1,000 men aged between 55 and 75 for five years and found that those who had sex less than once a week at the start of the study were twice as likely to develop erectile dysfunction (see below) as those who had it at least once a week.

Those who had sex three or more times a week lowered their risk fourfold.

As women get older their oestrogen levels drop, says Dr Peter Bowen-Simpkins, consultant gynaecologist at the London Women’s Clinic and spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

This hormone is key to a woman’s sexual enjoyment  –  lower levels can make sex uncomfortable, he explains.

But American research found that menopausal women who had sex every week had oestrogen levels twice as high as their abstaining counterparts. (Source)

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{February 12, 2009}   My Aunt Loves Perfumes

Perfume is a substance that can emit a pleasant scent. As years goes by, many different kinds of perfumes have been discovered with different brand names. The designer perfume is the one who create or designed a kind of perfumes.

I remember my Aunt who lives in Switzerland, every time she come here in the Philippines she always have different types of perfumes and some of them are really branded. My Aunt told me “most of that perfume is a cheap perfume because I got it during on sale period” I was shock because I know it’s branded because the scent is really pleasant.

A perfume brand like Ralph Lauren, Christian Dior, and Versace are some of the brand I know my Aunt is using and I am so happy that my aunt share with me some of her perfumes. No wonder why many of us like perfumes, it gives us nice scent and be attractive to others.



{February 12, 2009}   Cotton Candy Help Labs Grow Tissue.
A Child Eat Cotton Candy

A Child Eat Cotton Candy

Cotton candy has delighted children for a century. Now it may have found a new role: helping scientists grow replacement tissues for people. The flossy stuff may be just right for creating networks of blood vessels within laboratory-grown bone, skin, muscle or fat for breast reconstruction, researchers suggest.

Dr. Jason Spector of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York and Leon Bellan of Cornell University present their preliminary research in a paper published online this week by the journal Soft Matter.

Here’s how their technique would work:

First, you pour a thick liquid chemical over a wad of cotton candy. Let the liquid solidify into a chunk, and put that in warm water to dissolve the candy. That leaves tiny channels where the strands of candy used to be. So you have a chunk of material with a network of fine channels within.

Next, line these channels with cells to create artificial blood vessels. And seed the solid chunk with immature cells of whatever tissue you’re trying to make. The block is biodegradable, and as it disappears, it will gradually be replaced by growing tissue. In the end, you get a piece of tissue permeated with tiny blood vessels. (Source)

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