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Common disorders like eczema and rosacea affect millions of people across the globe. Experts like Dr. Brian Kim have made many seminal discoveries for the treatment of such skin disorders, and he is currently the Associate Professor of Medicine and the Co-Director of the Center of Study of Itch and Sensory Disorders at the Washington University School of Medicine.

He’s also won a litany of awards, including the American Society for Clinical Investigation Young Physician-Scientist Award, the American Academy of Dermatology Young Investigator Award, and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Clinical Scientist Development Award.

In the following piece, we will…


The many problems attached to online shopping
The many problems attached to online shopping
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Online shopping - The glorious invention which lets you shop your heart out from the comfort of your house. No more waiting in ques to make it to the cash counter or dealing with an over-enthusiastic salesperson. It has undoubtedly eased the shopping experience for customers providing extensive comfort and convenience. The e-commerce boom has certainly changed the way we shop for the better.

However, like everything else, the world of online shopping is not all roses. Despite all the efforts of e-commerce companies to alleviate them, there are a few problems that customers still have to face while shopping…


Author Of Michael Echols, Reveals His Motivation Behind The Book, Secure Cyber Life: The Government Is Not Coming To Save You
Author Of Michael Echols, Reveals His Motivation Behind The Book, Secure Cyber Life: The Government Is Not Coming To Save You
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Michael Echols, the former director of the Cyber Joint Program Management Office, National Protection and Program Directorate, at the Department of Homeland Security, is known as the prominent cybersecurity evangelist across the nation. He also spearheaded the two immensely informative sharing programs: Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) and Cybersecurity Information Sharing Collaboration Program (CISCP) and is additionally the founder of national cybersecurity consultation services, Max Cybersecurity.

In his book Secure Cyber Life The Government Is Not Coming To Save You, Echols unleashes digital self-defense tactics, all while creating cybersecurity awareness and revealing best practices to reduce risk.

Below, the author, entrepreneur…


How to Stay Young After 50
How to Stay Young After 50
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Do you want to stay young even after 50? Here are just a few little tips to maintain your health and enjoy life!

Staying young after 50 is both in the body and in the mind. Taking care of your garden, preparing good meals, playing sports, helping our children to integrate into active life: these are all ways to stay in shape and enjoy a new youth. But, there’s a lot more than you can do.

Troy Helming, aka @SolarNinjaTroy and the co-founder of Traverse Fitness in Richmond, California, has created exercise routines for people and working on improving their…


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Why are There so Few Women in the Surgical Field?

Women have always been an integral part of the medical field in their informal roles as caregivers but only since the beginning of the twentieth century have women been provided with equal access to medical education. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), in recent years more than half of medical school students were female but just under one third of active physicians are women. Another AAMC report from 2017 shows that women make up less than one-quarter of ten surgical specialties. …


The Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Hedge Funds
The Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Hedge Funds
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Just as the coronavirus has not discriminated by economic sectors, it has not done so at the level of asset management either. Earlier this year, it was seen how the crisis unleashed by COVID-19 left the balance of European ETFs negative in the first quarter of the year, the first negative in at least the last four years. And it is foreseeable that those repayments have been repeated in the asset fund industry as well. …


Test Automation And the Struggles that Come with It
Test Automation And the Struggles that Come with It
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In a world where software is constantly being developed for better user experience, test automation is still far behind in their developments. Test automation is a critical factor in software testing as they legitimize software and finalize it for public use.

Test automation software is used to generate results while the software is still in the development phase to find out the probable outcome of when it is used. In addition, it also identifies any bugs, errors, or glitches in the system beforehand.

However, the process of using test automation software has proven to show several difficulties that we are…


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There is always great interest in digital marketing trends and marketing innovation as we approach the new year. And faced with a global crisis or not, everyone knows that 2021 marketing trends move at the speed of light. With new statistics, technologies and techniques emerging every day, the way we attract, connect and market with our audience is constantly changing.

So much so, how hard it can sometimes be to keep up! However, in the face of so many changes, it must be understood that successful marketers will be those who invest in agile marketing strategies.

Confidence and brand loyalty…


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Listening to emotional music causes the brain to release dopamine, a rewarding chemical. Dopamine-induced pleasure could help explain why music has been so important to human societies throughout history. Understanding why people like to listen to music is helping scientists understand human pleasure.

People love music for the same reason they are drawn to sex, delicious food, and positive experiences according to new research. When we listen to emotional songs, according to the study, the brain releases dopamine, a chemical involved in both motivation and addiction.

This explains why recently we have been addicted to music by Ebi, a traditional…


female-inmate-in-prison-black-white-picture
female-inmate-in-prison-black-white-picture

Chaining pregnant women during pregnancy, childbirth, delivery, and postpartum is, unfortunately, a common practice in US prisons and jails, where the necessary medical care for pregnant women is not guaranteed. In some cases, this dehumanizing treatment goes beyond the practice of keeping them chained during childbirth.

Although it is not a new topic, recently we continue to see in the media current cases of female prisoners who have suffered the degrading experience of giving birth handcuffed in the US reinforcing that this truly is, unfortunately, a common practice in US prisons and jails.

Along with this news, we have also…

Bianca Rodriguez

Bianca Leon Rodriguez is a freelance writer and author. A self-confessed foodie, her mission is to help new and aspiring bloggers. You can follow her on Twitter

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