The days of the bald head can be numbered

In recent years, daily pills that inhibit DHT (dihydrotestosterone, the male sex hormone that causes hair follicles to shrink and eventually fall out), such as finasteride, have gained popularity despite concerns about potential side effects, including impotence. Finasteride is generally sold as Propecia and comes with Stevenson’s approval – “I’ve been using it for 20 … Read more

What pumpkin spice lattes can teach us about economics

Mphillips007 | E+ | Getty Images The Pumpkin Spice Latte is back — and the popular and meme-esque seasonal drink can teach us a lot about consumer behavior and economics. Starbucks debuted the Pumpkin Spice Latte in 2003, and the “PSL” has become the company’s most popular seasonal drink, selling over 600 million since its … Read more

Cancer signs and symptoms: a small sign that led to the ‘terrifying’ diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 23-year-old

At 23, Ruby Walvin embraced life. The young British woman was a musician, busy performing and studying songwriting at a performing arts institute in Liverpool. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Ruby Walvin explains the symptoms that led to her cancer at 23 For more health and wellness news and videos, visit Health and wellness >> So … Read more

Khosta-2: COVID-bound virus in Russian horseshoe bats found to be transmissible to human cells

A virus in bats in Russia has been found to bind to human cells, in a discovery followed by public health experts who have been hypervigilant about zoonotic diseases since the COVID-19 pandemic. In a further finding in the study published in the peer-reviewed medical journal PLOS Pathogens, Khosta-2 virus appears to be resistant to … Read more

How do you eat the right food for your age?

These could be the record-turning years. Our careers and relationships fall into place and with it comes the stress of mortgages and family obligations. We’re not as young as we were and it’s harder to bounce back as fast as we did. If your food mountain has been a lighter shade of beige until now, … Read more

Now 15 percent is rude: ‘Tipping fatigue affects customers as requests increase

The tipping point for Caitlin Green came when she bought infant formula. “I was asked to tip for an online baby food order,” said Green, a new mom and radio announcer in Toronto. “I didn’t use Instacart and didn’t tip anyone for delivery. It was just a regular online order and I was asked to … Read more

Devastated Ukrainian village rises from Russian occupation

HRAKOVE, Ukraine (AP) — There isn’t much left of Hrakove. The houses and shops are in ruins, the school is a bombed shell. The church is scarred by rockets and shells, but the golden dome over the ruined bell tower still gleams in the fading autumn light. According to resident Anatolii Klyzhen, only about 30 … Read more

China grants gaming license to NetEase, first since crackdown

China has granted a gaming license to its second-largest gaming company, NetEase, its first in more than a year in a possible sign that Beijing may be easing its crackdown on the industry HONG KONG — China’s second-largest gaming company NetEase has received its first online gaming license in more than a year, a possible … Read more