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committed partner

What Is Monogamy?

In biology, monogamy is defined as mating with only one partner for the duration of the mating period. Even this definition is hotly disputed, as many so-called monogamous animals reproduce with a partner other than their partner. Our understanding of monogamy is constantly changing, and while it may seem obvious, there are several competing definitions

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bacteria

What Is Cholera?

Cholera is an acute diarrhea caused by an intestinal infection caused by Vibrio cholerae bacteria. People become ill when they swallow food or water contaminated with choleroid bacteria, such as water from the tap or from the sewage treatment plant. The infection is often mild, but can sometimes be severe and life-threatening, such as diarrhea,

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blocking

What Is Ghosting?

The act of ending a romantic relationship or friendship by breaking off contact with another person is ghostly, usually without prior warning or explanation. The most common example of ghost relationships is romantic relationships, which end after the person in the relationship decides not to communicate with you anymore. To be someone’s spiritual also means

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abnormal pain

What Is Fibromyalgia?

If you have never heard of fibromyalgia, the disorder causes widespread pain and tenderness throughout the body. Widespread pain associated with fibromyalgia is usually described as constant, dull pain that occurs on all sides of the body, above and below the waist. Other local diseases, such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and chronic pain syndrome,

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alcohol

What Is Coma Drinking?

A blackout, sometimes referred to as alcohol – memory loss – occurs when people have no memory of what happened in the intoxication. Unconsciousness means that a person has reached a very dangerous level of poisoning. You may also fall into a coma and die as a result of alcohol poisoning, such as seizures, vomiting,

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animals

What Is Rabies?

In countries where rabies is still not under control, rabies bites account for 99% of deaths from rabies, according to the United Nations. Rabies is a severe viral disease in mammals that damages the central nervous system and leads to death. It is also a zoonotic disease, as rabies can spread from animals to humans

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agriculture

What Is Botany?

Botany is a branch of biology that deals with the study of plants and their relationship to other plants, animals and the environment. It is science that examines how plants function, how they look, how they are related to each other, where they grow and how people use them, or how plants have developed. A

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ADHD

What Is Desoxyn?

Phosphorus and iodine were used to reduce ephedrine into a crystallized form, creating the world’s first crystal meth. A form of the drug, known as methamphetamine hydrochloride, is marketed as desoxyn and is a substance controlled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and used to treat ADHD. Adderall, amphetamine, Ritalin and methylphenidate are related

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asmr

What Is ASMR?

Anyone who has not heard of ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian reaction) will find it strange, according to a new study. Defined as a soothing and pleasant sensation, often accompanied by a tingling sensation, ASMR occurs in response to certain stimuli and is also compared to a head orgasm. It can be defined as relaxing for

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