After puberty, pubic hair begins to surround our external genitalia. But with hair removal and grooming becoming a popular personal practice, is it really the best idea to shave or wax down there or is a full bush the way to go? Humans lost most of their thick body hair around seventy thousand to oneRead More Should You Shave Your Pubes?
Hey! This episode was sponsored by Head & Shoulders. A hundred and twenty-five million years ago in what is now China, dinosaurs walked the earth. and a few species of small feathered dinosaurs climbed trees This is Sinornithosaurus Although they couldn’t truly fly, they could glide, which helped them evade predators and catch prey WhatRead More What Actually Causes Dandruff?
Hello, my name is Elaine Fuchs. I’m an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and a professor at the Rockefeller University. We’re located in Manhattan, in New York City, in the United States. My laboratory studies stem cells. We study their biology but we’re also very mindful of the promise of this biology ofRead More Elaine Fuchs (Rockefeller) Part 1: Introduction to Stem Cells
Hi. It’s Mr. Andersen and in this video I’m going to talk about the integumentary system, which is skin. But it’s also hair and nails. And what that does is offer us protection. In other animals it would be made up of scales or in birds it’s feathers. But it has not only protection asRead More Integumentary System
We discovered how crisis works, and crisis is the last barrier for human cells before they become cancer cells. So usually what happens in human normal cells is, when they grow, their telomeres become shorter every time the cells divided. And telomeres are the natural ends of human chromosomes, and they have a certain length.Read More Targeting Telomeres Could Make Chemotherapy More Effective
– Hello and welcome to Experian’s Weekly Data Talk, a show where we talk to data science leaders from around the world. Today’s topic is biology-based mathematical models to optimize chemotherapy treatments, and we’re super excited to have Doctor Paul Newton who serves as a professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering, mathematics, and medicine atRead More Biology-Based Mathematical Models to Optimize Chemotherapy Treatments #DataTalk
So, I have this brother, John. You may have heard of him. JOHN: Hi there! HANK: As it happens, John and I have the exact same parents. JOHN: Yes, Mom and Dad Green. HANK: And since we have the same parents, it’s to be expected that John and I would have similar physical characteristics becauseRead More Heredity: Crash Course Biology #9
Topic: Air Pressure. How do straws work? They work very hard. No. Straws work because of air pressure. Is it similar to acupressure? No. Air pressure is the weight of air pressing down on earth and all other objects present on it. Now, when a straw is in a liquid, the air pressure upon theRead More How do straws work? plus 9 more videos.. #aumsum