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MICROBIOMES

What are microbiomes? Both inside and out, our bodies have a host of smaller bodies. While bacteria are the biggest players, we also deal with single-celled organisms known as archaea, as well as fungi, viruses and other viral infections - including viruses that attack viruses. Collectively these are called human microbiota. Your body microbiome all types of your micobiota contain, however, statistically both of these terms are used in the same way. Sit down, aren't the germs becoming dangerous? There is little to see: some are viral, but some are harmful when they get in the wrong place or go up in numbers, and some are very useful for the body - such as helping to reduce the list of sugars found in human breast milk. "Those sugars are not broken by a baby," said Prof John Cryan...

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ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a U.S.-based semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California, that develops computer systems and related business and consumer market technologies. While starting to produce its own processors, the company later released its work, a practice known as ineffective, after GlobalFoundries was removed in 2009. installed computers and applications.   The first twelve years Advanced Micro Devices was officially merged by Jerry Sanders, along with seven of his colleagues at Fairir Semiconductor, on May 1, 1969. and flexibility within the company, and decided to leave to start his own semiconductor company. Robert Noyce, who founded the first integrated silicon circuit in Fairir in 1959, had left Fairchild and Gordon Moore and founded the ...

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MICROBLADING

Microblading is a method of painting where a small hand-made tool with many small needles is used to add full color to the skin. [1] Microblading is different from regular eyebrow tattooing because each hairroke is done by hand using a dye that creates fine pieces on the skin, while eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and a single needle. Microblading is commonly used on eyebrows to create, enhance or reconstruct their appearance depending on their shape and color. It applies pigment to the upper region of the dermis, so it fades faster than traditional dyeing techniques, which set the color in depth. Microblading artists are casual tattoo artists, on the contrary, because the techniques require different training. HISTORYThe process of dyeing the skin after the creation of good co...

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MICRODERMABRASION

What is microdermabrasion? 'Micro means little or light and dermabrasion means mechanical or physical exit, so this light, to drain the body,' explains Debbie. 'Technical exfoliation is always deeper than at home but, of course, microdermabrasion is considered simple because we only remove layers of dead skin. Intermediate expulsion removes additional layers, so it is closer to the junction between the dermis and the epidermis; then there is a deep, deep chase enough to cause some bleeding. ' By removing the top layer of skin, the body quickly regains lost, healthy skin cells. This non-invasive process stimulates bleeding, which can improve cell production, altering the firmness and firmness of the skin. ‘There are many types of microdermabrasion now; traditional methods used to ...

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Microtoxins effect on Health

Recognized effects on human health Improvements in food security in the developed countries mentioned above have eliminated dangerous mycotoxicoses such as ergotism, which was popularly known during the Middle Ages in Western Europe. However, this outbreak is still prevalent in rural communities in developing countries, as evidenced by documented cases in Ethiopia, East Africa, where crime broke out in 1978 after a grain meal contaminated with Claviceps aimurea (Demeke et al. 1979; King) 1979). The most serious outbreak of recent mycotooticosis occurred in Kenya, where deaths from aflatoxin exposure occurred for many years. Aflatooticosis is a toxic hepatitis that leads to jaundice, and in severe cases, death. Recurrent incidents of this nature occurred in Kenya between 1981, 2001, 200...

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