So, Kartik Aaryan was decked up in a full-sleeved dark brown-hued knitted sweater. What caught our attention was his black knitted mask, which almost covered his full face (except forehead). His mask featured subtle intricate stripes. Well, he made a mask out of his sweater and gave us interesting goals for particularly winter season. The Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 actor also wore spectacles over his sweater-mask to give it an amusing spin. His glasses came from the label Irus Eyewear. … [Read more...] about This B-Town Actor Spreads Coronavirus Safety Awareness In The Most Stylish Way, Guess Who Is He!
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Is There A Cure For Fordyce Spots? These are harmless and something that is natural. They are benign and are not caused by any disease. Sometimes, symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease might be mistaken for Fordyce spots. It is, therefore, important to have them checked by a doctor before reaching a conclusion. You can also approach a doctor in case these spots are making you conscious due to cosmetic reasons. Although many people do say so, there is no full-proof home remedy that can work towards removal of these spots. … [Read more...] about Is There A Cure For Fordyce Spots?
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This past winter, prior to the pandemic, researchers at Harvard University led by Dr. Ya-Chieh Hsu, reported that they may have found the link between stress and the production of the melanocytes. Using mice as a research model, researchers exposed them to three kinds of stress: mild short-term pain, psychological stress, and restricted movement. All three stresses caused both the loss of melanocytes and the pigment melanin. The obvious suspects—an immune reaction or too much cortisone—had no effect on the melanocyte production. However, they found that noradrenaline, the “fight or flight” neurotransmitter that is elevated under acute stress, was responsible indirectly for the graying of the animals’ fur. When they injected noradrenaline into non-stressed mice, new fur growth was gray: The melanocytes had disappeared. … [Read more...] about Is Suddenly Graying Hair a Sign of Chronic Stress?