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Force-feeding a Scourge Among Mauritanian Nomads

...tretch-marks - attributes considered the height of feminine beauty in Mauritania. 'They eat and eat, and drink and drink, and when they can't eat anymore we pinch them and sometimes they vomit,' Braika, a mother said. 'When they vomit on purpose, we make them eat the vomit to teach them not to do it again...

Diminishing Differences and Empowering Eves

...s a global attempt to honor the ‘feathers’ on the feminine ‘caps’, by accolading their socio-economic, cultural and political achievement. It is also a time when policy makers, social- scientists, health professionals and patrons of the ‘female cause’ put their heads together to ponder on the progress made ...

Statistics Show Steep Rise of Female Smokers in Hong Kong

...n marketing campaigns by using slimmer cigarettes, feminine packaging and the belief that women can smoke "stylishly". Source-IANS...

Luxury Spas Ride Boom in Wellness Industry in Poland

... spas. "I received a present to spend a few very feminine hours in one of Warsaw's spas," Poland's capricious pop diva Edyta Gorniak revealed recently. "This is one of the most wonderful gifts a man can give a woman, especially at my age," said the 32-year-old, who first gained fame as the Eurovision song...

Cartoons to Indicate Aggressiveness in Urban School Girls

...he girls suggested dressing the characters in more feminine clothes, giving them sneakers instead of shoes, braiding their hair, and giving them more neutral facial expressions, among other things (see attached graphic showing one cartoon vignette before and after the girls' feedback). "Our goal was to make t...

Women Read Men’s Faces Quite Accuratel

...t the modern woman prefers a man in touch with his feminine side. A computer generated face that was created as a combination of several attractive features of appeal among women has revealed to be surprisingly un- masculine, with no sign of facial hair or ‘rugged’ square-jawed features. Rather it had chara...

Women aware of “feminine health” : their attituds

...isil Women's Health CenterSM conducted a survey on feminine hygiene. There results revealsthat// a large numbe...merican women are taking active roles in their own feminine health and hygiene. Nearly two thirds of women aged 18 and older (63 percent) report that they go...

Voice Choice: Woo Men, Strike a Deep Chord

...e caring men, with not so masculine voices, even a feminine voice, that gives the comfort of a caring , sharing , and the promise of a long term relationship. Dr David Feinberg, St Andrews University researcher, said: "We already know male vocal attractiveness is highly related to masculinity and men with ...

Are Women Not Hearty Enough Towards Seeking Heart Care?

...t study has unraveled the important role played by feminine attitude, belief, perception about heart disease and treatment alike. Statistical analysis performed on the results demonstrated that women indeed showed signs of being more immune regarding their heart condition. The findings of the study that out...

Women With High Oestrogen Levels Have Prettier Faces

... found that these faces tended to have classically feminine features, such as larger eyes and lips and smaller noses and jaws. Oestrogen levels during puberty are believed to play a very important role in the appearance of a woman by affecting bone growth and skin texture. The results are also consistent with...

Effect of estrogen on behavior difference between sexes

...mus is responsible of defeminization or removal of feminine traits from man. This starts acting even before the birth of the individual. This process seems to be the main neurological factor that distinguishes the male from the female. Only estrogen and estrogen receptor affect the male fetus as the females a...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...esides the excess of body fat is a source of extra feminine hormones, because its secretion doesn’t only depend of the activity of the ovaries. In the adipose tissue a complex biochemical mechanism takes place through which the androgens become in estrone and estradiol. This way obesity and estrogens consti...

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