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Is Hair Loss Common During Menopause?

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Menopause is a period of significant hormonal fluctuations that usually happens in women between the ages of 40 – 50. Several other physical symptoms might emerge with menopause, including cramps, evening sweats, mood changes, sleeplessness, vaginal dryness, and, notably menopausal hair thinning or loss. Continue reading Is Hair Loss Common During Menopause?

What Are Cannabinoids And How Do They Interact Within The Human Body

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You may be wondering, what are cannabinoids? This article will explain the benefits of Phytocannabinoids, Endocannabinoids, and CB1 and CB2 receptors. Then, you can decide whether or not to consume these compounds.

The cannabinoid system also promotes homeostasis at every level of biological life. They play a role in the body’s autophagy process, which keeps normal cells alive by recycling their cellular waste. In turn, autophagy promotes homeostasis in the body by killing off malignant tumor cells. Using high cbd strains of cannabis-derived CBD products may be an excellent option for treating many of these ailments.

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Matthew Day Jackson Exhibits Subtly Disturbing New Work at Hauser and Wirth

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Part Surrealist Biology Lesson, part Otherworldly Natural History Museum and part full-on Horror Show, Artist Matthew Day Jackson’s latest exhibit, narratively titled Something Ancient, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue is sure to turn a few delicate stomachs as it blows minds and leaves jaws slack during its tenure at the gargantuan Hauser & Wirth space on West 18th Street. Continue reading Matthew Day Jackson Exhibits Subtly Disturbing New Work at Hauser and Wirth