May 29

Once your baby hits 38 weeks, you need to be ready for any critical situation. Pregnancy week 38 is almost the end of your 40-week journey. All the systems of your baby are fully developed and can function. Your baby is ready for life outside the belly.

Your baby develops the grasp reflex. He / she is used to grip the umbilical cord and clench his/her fists. The grasp reflex will remain strong until your baby is about six months when he / she has more of a choice of whether he / she catches something.

The level of amniotic fluid surrounding the baby continues to decrease steadily this week.

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May 27

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Bisexuality, often stigmatized, typically has been lumped with homosexuality in previous public health research. But when Indiana University scientists recently focused on the health issues and behaviors specific to behaviorally bisexual men and women, they found tremendous variety, and that commonly used labels, such as heterosexual and homosexual, can sometimes do more harm than good.

Bisexual, gay, lesbian, queer, men who have sex with men , women who have sex with women — these are just some of the terms commonly used to characterize sexual partnering and attraction in recent research.

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May 22

If you are working in an office then a business attire is an essential part of your wardrobe. Since you probably spend most of your time at your job then its only natural that you should try to look for business clothing that makes you look your best. Your business attire should convey class, professionalism, style and confidence. Read on to learn more about putting together the best business ensemble for your body type.

Round Body Type

A round or apple-shaped body type is characterized by a heavy middle section which means you have a large bust and probably a flabby stomach.

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May 15

The hemicellulase enzyme breaks down hemicellulose, which is a type of cellulase and a key component of the cell wall in all plants. Different forms of plant hemicellulose include glucans, galactans, xylans, mannans and pentosans. Common fiber-rich breakfast cereals, for example, have a large amount of hemicelluloses (2 to 12%). Hemicellulase is needed to break down these fiber-rich components, and because it is not produced naturally in the human body, we rely on microorganisms that live in the human digestive tract to produce it for us.

The hemicellulase enzyme has the ability to take non-cellulose polysaccharides (long chains of sugars) we eat and convert them into usable constituents.

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