Those with pets–specifically cats–understand what a full-time job it can really be. Beauty blogger, Wengie, is no stranger to the world of cats, and actually has three fur babies. Upon her and her boyfriend getting their kitten, Mia, the power couple let viewers partake in some seriously fuzzy cuteness, and even allowed them to witness a cat fight.
The video began with a portrayal of just how energetic their new kitten is; they even stated that this is the most energetic cat that they have ever had! After disclosing that the kitty kept them up all night, Wengie’s boyfriend spent a good half hour trying to tucker the cat out by having her chase a long piece of toilet paper. Though that was not too promising, the couple took a break from filming their felines to go out on the town.
When the duo probably realized viewers were reeling with jealousy of their perfect relationship enough for one day, they decided it was time to go home and make certain that their cats would get properly acquainted.
With their beautiful fluffy cat, Mickey, in a cage, they decided to introduce the cats by allowing them to safely be separated by cage bars. Well, the growls and wagging tails foreshadowed a potentially dangerous situation, so Wengie and her beau decided that it was best to keep the newly deemed siblings safely apart for a while until they got used to each other. In a video entitled, “Cat Fight,” viewers could not help but giggle and bite their nails at the adorableness of the cats and their ferocious behavior. One thing was always for certain, though, and that is the fact that Wengie is as good at makeup as she is at being a pet owner.
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Despite the vast information about how HIV is transmitted, many people in both the developing and developed world continue to put themselves at risk for infection. Part of this can be attributed to the lack of resources needed to prevent transmission, and a host of other factors is also at play.
A recently created HIV vaccine may be a major factor in terms of keeping scores of people safe from developing AIDS and other complications associated with HIV.
In 2015, fifty-two initial trial participants in South Africa were given either an HIV immunity vaccine or a placebo. They’re being followed to see how their immune system is responding to their treatment, and so far, it seems as if the results could be promising.
Now, over 5,000 people in South Africa will be part of the next phase of the study. It’ll take place over the course of three years, and people in the study will largely be located around four sites where researchers will be based.
Scientists are hopeful that this trial will help the industry get one step closer towards manufacturing a licensable vaccine. Over two million people were newly infected with HIV in 2015, and the number of people at risk is predominantly high in sub-saharan Africa. Since other efforts haven’t yet shown that they can be entirely effective in eliminating the spread of the virus, a vaccine may prove to be a game-changer in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
For people with asthma, factors in the environment could positively or negatively affect their condition. Dust, pollution, and pollen can sometimes trigger attacks and make it harder to breathe, and now, scientists believe that fracking could also negatively affect them.
Researchers found that people with asthma are 1.5 to 4 times as likely to have an attack if they’re living near fracking wells. Fracking refers to the method of drilling deep down into the earth and using a pressurized mixture, made mostly of water, to release gas from the rocks. Some hail the technique as being safe and having the potential to boost the domestic production of natural gas exponentially, while others remain opposed to the practice due to potential health and environmental concerns.
The study included 27,000 participants aged five to ninety years old. It took into consideration variables such as other environmental hazards, exposure to smoking, and a family history of asthma.
These results give opponents of fracking even more pause. Many already believe that the industry has the potential to leak dangerous pollutants into our drinking water and into a variety of animal habitats.
Pennsylvania is one of the main states where fracking has taken off. Thousands of wells have been drilled in the past decade, and this recent study has made more people think about the potential consequences of the practice.
Recently, the CDC has come out with the concerning announcement that gonorrhea may soon become impossible to treat with antibiotics.
On the past Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that gonorrhea might slowly be developing a resistance to the only pair of antibiotics that can be relied upon to combat the disease effectively.
Until the recent revelations about gonorrhea’s “evolution”, the two drugs that have been popularly believed to be useful for combating the disease are azithromycin and ceftriaxone. The two drugs are often used in tandem in the hopes that their combined effects may extend the period of time in which they can work towards diminishing the disease
Despite the use of these anti-gonorrhea drugs, nationwide surveys have illustrated a significant spike in the number of gonorrhea samples that have been shown to be resistant against the critical drugs relied upon to treat the disease in 2014. Samples resistant to azithromycin rose by 1.9% (from 0.6 to 2.9), and samples resistant to ceftriaxone rose by 0.4% (from 0.4 to 0.8).
Naturally, researches are concerned about what the implications of this trend may be if it continues along its current path. Gonorrhea is already a very common disease (with more than 350,000 confirmed cases in the United States reported in the year 2014), the the possibility that it may become untreatable in the near future naturally has many people feeling uneasy.
Untreated gonorrhea is capable of causing both chronic pelvic pain and infertility, and if the bacteria reaches the blood, the results could be deadly. Companies are currently working on new antibiotics in the hopes of keeping one step ahead of its waxing resilience.
Hormones, pregnancy and age may take over a woman’s hair, and their hair may not be the same once the changes occur. There was an amazing report on Wen by Chaz on Bustle.com that details how the shampoo works for every woman, and there is hope in the shampoo for those who are suffering from hair changes that feel permanent. This article briefly explains the benefits of Wen hair by Chaz for every woman with a hormonal issue.
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According to Total Beauty, a proper shampoo is the key for every woman who wants to turn back the hands of time. The clock may be turned back using Wen hair by Chaz on a daily basis. Daily use of a proper shampoo will treat hair until it acts as if it were much younger than it is. Older women have found magic in a bottle with Wen by Chaz, and they may see changes in their hair that were once thought impossible.
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Wen hair by Chaz is a wonderful shampoo alternative for the woman who traditionally uses store-bought shampoos every day to no avail. Store-bought shampoos do not offer the chemical compounds necessary to treat hair, and this Sephora available product has expertly combined several compounds that will give a woman her hair back. Frizzy hair, thin hair and receding hair are lost to a fuller head of hair that any woman would appreciate from afar.
Wen hair by Chaz has proven itself to be the only appropriate choice for women with misbehaving hair. A receding hairline may be repaired with repeated use of Wen by Chaz, but women must be careful to use the shampoo as directed. Their hair depends on proper treatment from a better shampoo.
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Seattle Genetics is a biotech company that specializes in developing and commericalising, empowered monoclonal antibody-based therapies for the sole purposes of treating cancer. The company is headquartered in Washington and is recognized as being an industry leader in ABCs or antibody-drug conjugates. The primary function of chemotherapy is to destroy cancerous cells. However, one of the side effects of chemotherapy is that it can also lead to the destruction of healthy cells as well. ABCs are essentially intended to spare healthy cells and thus reduce the toxic effects that chemotherapy has. ABCs can also help to enhance antitumor activity as well.
Brentuximab Vedotin is the companys’ flagship product and it’s available in 50 countries, including Canada, Japan and the United States. In addition to that, Seattle Genetics other product pipelines include an antibody-drug conjugate, an ABC targeting CD33, AN ADC targeting CD0 and ASG-15ME, just to name a few. The company was established in 1997 and completed an initial public offering in 2001. Since it’s public offering it has since been traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
The company has collaboration agreements with a number of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies such as Celldex Therapeutics, Bayer Pharmaceuticals Corporation GlaxoSmithKline LLC as well as PSMA Development Company LLC. It also has collaboration agreements with a company that goes by the name of Takeda Oncology. The collaboration was made with said company for the sole purposes of developing and subsequently commercializing Brentuximab Vedotin.
About The Ceo
Clay B. Siegall is currently the President, Cheif Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Seattle Genetics. He cofounded Seattle Genetics back in 1998. He is regarded as being a scientist who was trained with a high emphasis on targeting cancer therapies. He built the company on the basis of scientific innovation, drug development practices, and rigorous research as well as an unwavering passion for helping cancer patients. He has since guided the company under his leadership, as a current leader in developing antibody-drug conjugates. Under the leadership of Dr. Siegall, the company has also entered multiple strategic licneces for its technology and has generated more than 300 million to date.
For several months, heath officials have stated that the Zika virus is transmitted by the bite of an Andes aegypti mosquito or through sexual contact. However, another new case of the virus has recently shown up that contradicts these sources of transmission.
Recently, a caregiver in Utah contacted the virus after caring for a family member. The family member did not recover from the Zika virus but suffered from other health conditions. However, the caregiver made a full recovery and health officials are puzzled by how the caregiver contacted the virus.
Officials have trapped some mosquitoes in Utah but have not found any of the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in the state. The mosquitos that carry this virus are found in Brazil and Puerto Rico. Many pregnant women in these countries have given birth to babies with birth defects.
Over 1300 cases of the Zika virus have been found in the United States since this virus was discovered last year. These cases were acquired through travel abroad.
Health officials are puzzled by this unusual case because the virus was not contacted through the normal transmission. However, this virus has been found in blood, semen, vaginal fluid, saliva, and urine. The patient that passed away had a very high virus load. Health officials are very concerned about how the virus might have been transmitted and contacted other family members that were around this patient. The other family members have been tested, but test results have not come back.
I recently came across an article, on the front page of the Health subreddit, that called out American breakfast habits. I applaud it for telling it like it is: American breakfast items are so sugar-laden they’re better classified as desserts. It’s time we stop sugar-coating the dietary facts and our cereals.
The popular axiom, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” is not applicable to your chocolate muffin, his bowl of Captain Crunch or her syrup-drenched Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity IHOP pancakes. The origin of the saying is from an article published in Good Health in 1917. It was based off the idea that there are benefits to a healthy breakfast. Back in 1917, breakfast was healthy. It was a meal that set you off on the right foot. It was nutritious, enjoyed with your family before the start of a day, and it was not excessively packed with calories. Today’s breakfast staples have veered far astray.
Nowadays, Americans grab their breakfast on-the-go at a McDonald’s drive-thru. Or, maybe they sit around a table at IHOP on a Sunday morning after church, and they order pancakes with nearly double the recommended daily serving of sugar. Childrens’ cereal is chock-full of sugar too.
Even options touted as healthy alternatives are really desserts in disguise. Yoghurt and granola are great examples. One serving of “Chobani Blueberry Fruit on the Bottom” yoghurt has only one gram less of sugar than half a cup of “Breyers French Vanilla” ice cream. The majority of nutritionists call granola “deceptively high in calories and sugar.” Granola is a great high-calorie, energy-dense snack for hikers and other athletes. However, if you’re not going to be burning off a ton of calories, then it’s not meant to be consumed in large quantities.
It’s important to be health conscious. Make smart decisions when selecting what you and your family will eat for breakfast. It’s more beneficial to read the nutrition label on the back of a product than to give weight to the nutrition claims on the front packaging.
In recent months, there has been a great deal of debate between Congress members about just how much money that nation should invest towards addressing the spread of the Zika virus.
The international recognition of Zika as a threat has been anything but understated. The World Health Organization classified the Zika virus as a global emergency in early February, and at around the same time, the Obama administration requested $1.9 billion in emergency funds from Congress to aid in the fight.
Despite the general consensus on the Zika outbreak’s urgency, Republicans largely dismissed the threat. It was quickly determined that if the Capital truly wanted funds to fight against Zika, then it would be necessary to draw from the funds that had previously been designated for combating Ebola.
As Congress members continue to debate among themselves about the proper amount of money to pledge towards fighting Zika, the virus itself has continued to grow in intensity. A link between Zika and microcephaly was discovered, and researchers have discovered that the virus may have fatal implications for both children and adults alike.
Not only can the virus be spread by mosquitoes that transmit the disease directly, but it’s been found that the virus may also be transmitted by sexual contact as well.
There are currently over 1,300 confirmed cases of Zika in the United States. Even with all of the signs pointing towards Zika being a much graver threat than the majority anticipated, those keeping tabs on the closet have been shocked to find that there’s been relatively little decisiveness in terms of directly administering funds to the cause.
The Scientific American just reported some bad news for sexually active adults. Their report, seen here outlines the issue in succinct terms. Gonorhhea is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, with about 350,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the United States.
The two most common antibiotics used to treat gonorhhea have been demonstrated to be less and less effective each year. Nowadays, both of the antibiotics are combined during treatment, but scientists are afraid that this approach will soon stop working as well. Gonorhhea is amazing in its ability to adapt and grow resistant to antibiotics treatment. Additionally, this resistance to a certain drug appears to be permanent. This deeply troubles scientists, as they are running out of effective treatments. As such, scientists are warning of a super bug, where gonorhhea will adapt to be untreatable. This infection can be painful for both men and women. In some cases it can lead to infertility and other permanent issues.
While the prognosis for treatment is pretty dreadful, there are still preventative measures that sexually active adults can use. The most effective of which is condoms. When properly used, condoms are very effective in preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. While this may be bad news for adults on the dating scene, monogamous couples and those practicing safe sex should be able to mitigate their risk.