A week has passed and Womany helped you organize six of news stories from all corners of the world before preparing for the weekend. Do you know that the latest cosmetic craze in South Korea is to make an everlasting smile? Is it annoying to shave your armpit hair every day? Now there is the "do Not shave armpit" campaign to promote women's rights yo! Chest, buttocks, body? How do you feel about the new jewelry? If you want to know more, read on.
Saudi Arabia's home violence can finally sue the court!
※ News Sources: trust.org
South Korea's new smile reshaping
※ News Source:theatlantic.com
New trend of jewelry, sex organs wear body
※ News Source:cosmopoitan.com
Who says only men are more attractive when they are old? 58-Year-old Female CEO shows excellent bodybuilding curve!
Leading the global American Age Management Medical Center Cenegenics Carolinas, Female prime minister and Dr. Dr. Mickey Barber, who just finished 58 years old this year. The best birthday gift she ever gave her was to sign up for the annual Excalibur Figure competition to show her good shape for years on the stage and inspire all her older women. Her bravery, explained, even if the youth no longer, through moderation diet: a small amount of fruit, plenty of protein intake, a large number of green vegetables, no alcohol, no starch, as well as the extension of normal fitness time twice times; want to let the body freeze age in the most perfect appearance, is not impossible! (extended reading: Sports Gold 20 minutes: healthy and smart Sports nutrition
※ News Sources: San Francisco Chronicle
Hands up, woman! Show armpit hair feminist parade, reveal your sexiest armpit spring!
in Britain, a new feminist campaign called Armpits4august will begin a series of shows of armpit hair every August.
※ News Source:dailyMail UK
From human stem cells to successfully create a small brain! The cure of brain disease, there is hope!
In the latest issue of the science journal Nature, the Austrian researcher, Dr. Knoblich and his partners published a sample of brain nerve stem cells from a patient with cerebellar disease (microcephaly), using the latest technology to study the brain. After many experiments, it was found that stem cells not only make nerve cells, they can even produce more sophisticated, neuron-derived, imitation of the growing brain structure. And this study will provide a new model to simulate brain-related genetic diseases. Although the laboratory-trained "small brain" is still in the initial stage, but a good start, is half the success! Let's hope this little brain will make a great contribution to the medical profession and find a cure for brain disease. (extended reading: the brain, the evolution, the human race has never been so close to unlocking the mysteries of the brain. )
※ News Sources: The Wall Street Journal
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