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  • Summer-Ready Skin Secrets: 10 Laser Hair Removal Dos and Don'ts Laser hair removal is gaining popularity as the weather gets warmer and the clothes get lighter and ...
  • Are You Really Hungry? How to Tell if Your Cravings Are Real or Just a Trick Even without feeling hungry, we often enjoy eating. This can lead to weight gain and a decline in he ...
  • Craving Rice Balls? Try this Easy Tuna Mayo Rice Ball Recipe ​Today, we're introducing a simple recipe for rice balls that you can easily make at home.We're talk ...
  • Learn How to Make the Best Pork Belly Kimchi Stew at Home I often prefer to add plenty of pork belly to my kimchi stew for a richer flavor, although it typica ...
  • Craving Authentic Korean Cuisine? Try This Easy Soybean Paste Stew Recipe Tonight Today, I'll introduce how to make delicious, simple, and quick doenjang jjigae at home, just like in ...
  • Quick Recipe: Homemade Wine Infused Cheese-Crust Pizza ​Today, I'll introduce a recipe for cheese crust pizza, a dish loved by kids and adults alike.​You c ...
  • Knee-Cap Catastrophe: Is Your Dog at Risk of THIS Common Condition? In an era where the pet population has reached 15 million, one common concern for dog owners is a co ...
  • Ugly Truth Behind Quick-Fix Weight Loss Solutions Extreme diets, such as eating too little, fasting, or enduring strenuous exercise, can be a shortcut ...
  • No Testicles, No Problem? Man Discovers Missing Pair After 30 Years A man in his 30s who had unknowingly lived without testicles and ...
  • 7 Life-Changing Laundry Hacks You Need to Know Even though the heat of summer hasn’t started yet, we can already see people wearing short sleeves, and before long, it will be time to pack away all our long-sleeved clothes. Everyone faces a common problem during the upcoming summer season: the smell of sweat. The more sweat soaks into your clothes, the more unpleasant […]
  • Microplastics: More Than Skin Deep? A recent study found that only a minuscule amount of microplastics exposed to the skin reach the bloodstream. The study, which used a human skin model to investigate the absorption of microplastics into the skin and bloodstream, was published in the International Environmental Journal. Microplastics are plastic particles less than 5mm (0.2 in) in size. […]
  • Beat Osteoarthritis to the Punch with Biomarkers Blood biomarkers can predict osteoarthritis onset 8 years earlier than X-ray images. A study published in the scientific journal Science Advances shows that the onset of osteoarthritis can be predicted eight years earlier than X-ray images by testing blood biomarkers. Osteoarthritis (OA) is an irreversible degenerative disease. However, the progression of the disease can be […]
  • End of an Era: Honolulu's Famous Haiku Stairs to Be Dismantled Honolulu, Hawaii, has decided to dismantle the landmark Haiku Stairs on the island of Oahu. Haiku Stairs / Photo=Flickr According to foreign media, including CNN, the city of Honolulu, Hawaii, we officially started dismantling the Haiku Stairs, also known as Stairway to Heaven, on the 17th. Rick Blangiardi, the Mayor of Honolulu, stated that the […]
  • 10 Interesting Facts Behind Supertasting and Taste Addiction Just as each person has different abilities, there are also individual variations in taste. Taste is one of the five senses that allow us to perceive the flavor of food. Differences in genetics can influence the taste buds and taste cells on our tongues, and even with the same number of taste cells, their sensitivity […]
  • Breathe Better, Live Better: A Guide to Lung Health 10 Ways to Boost Your Lung Power The lung is the center of the respiratory system and is always hard at work without even noticing. People take about 23,000 breaths a day, and with each breath, the lungs filter out waste and continually move vital oxygen into the bloodstream and to every cell in the […]
  • Dark Chocolate: 10 Surprising Health Benefits Beyond the Taste While munching on milk or white chocolate, one often thinks, “I should only eat a little.” They’re sweet, and we naturally assume they are bad for our health. In reality, those who want to reap the health benefits of chocolate often opt for dark chocolate. But is dark chocolate, which has a stronger bitter taste […]
  • Alzheimer's Mystery Unraveled: The Gut-Brain Connection A study has found that gut bacteria metabolites affect the brain in Alzheimer’s disease. The study, which used artificial intelligence to investigate the reaction of brain receptors to the metabolites of gut bacteria in Alzheimer’s disease, was published in Cell Reports. The gut-brain axis, linked to the gut microbiome, provides clues to the causes and […]
  • Sudden Hearing Loss: The Silent Epidemic in the U.S. Sudden dullness in one ear, difficulty hearing, or a ringing sound might be signs of sudden sensorineural hearing loss. Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is defined as a loss of hearing of more than 30 decibels in at least three connected frequencies within three days. Unexpected hearing loss often results from a complex interaction of various […]
  • Want to Live Longer? A Calorie-Restricted Diet Might Help Research has shown that limiting caloric intake can extend one’s lifespan. The study, published in Aging Cell, found that restricting caloric intake could slow down the shortening of telomeres that occurs with aging, potentially prolonging life. It is widely known that diet and exercise influence health, and according to studies, they also affect the rate […]
  • Secret Weapon Against Menopause? Korean Soybean Paste to the Rescue A recent study has found that traditional Korean soybean paste, known as doenjang, effectively alleviates menopausal symptoms. The effectiveness of traditional Korean doenjang’s relieving menopausal symptoms is published in Nutrients. Doenjang is a fermented food with a rich history dating back to 2000 years ago in Asia. It has been around longer than miso paste […]
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