Found 125 Articles for Human Body

The Top 5 Pressure Points for Female Orgasm

Vandana Annavaram
Updated on 20-Mar-2023 15:09:16
Orgasms in women differ slightly from those in men. Even though it typically lasts longer, telling with certainty can provide a challenging situation. Contrary to men, most women need some foreplay to reach their potential. Note that each person has unique sexual pressure points, just like any other part of the body. Take your time in searching for them, and don't give up if some of them don't work. In fact, few women don't even have experienced an orgasm until now. Orgasm can be attained in a variety of methods, including solo or during sex. People might masturbate with their ... Read More

The Top 3 Secrets to Achieving a Female Orgasm

Vandana Annavaram
Updated on 20-Mar-2023 15:08:11
Accomplishing a climax can be hard for many women out there. But it can be achieved by just knowing about things as basic as time and tricks to find the hidden spots. Making a woman have an orgasm has essentially nothing to do with explicit abilities. In general, it's important to continue experimenting and finding the thing that works for you. Some people are more likely than others to have an orgasm when their vagina is stimulated, also known as a vaginal orgasm. There has long been a significant information gap in the field of female orgasms. Finding whether the ... Read More

Probiotics: What You Need to Know?

Vandana Annavaram
Updated on 20-Mar-2023 15:00:28
Probiotics are supplements or food products that are infused with bacteria that are considered good and healthy for consumption. In addition to bacteria, certain other microorganisms such as yeast can be also used in a probiotic. Microorganisms were thought to be considered ‘bad’ for the human body since they have caused several diseases that have severely affected the health of living beings. But, since the discovery of good microorganisms, their application has made a huge impact on the benefit of human beings. Probiotics are live microorganisms that are similar to the good bacteria found naturally in the human gut. They ... Read More

Difference Between Backwater and Lagoon

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 18:34:52
What are Backwaters? A backwater is a section of a river where there is very little current. As water collects in low areas, it can form shallow lakes or swamps, especially in the bends of long-dry rivers. A temporary obstacle, such as a natural or man-made dam, may also account for backwaters after a flood. A slough is an example of a wetland formed by a backwater. Why Are They Called as Backwaters? Backwater is a phrase that has been used since at least the 14th century when it referred to "water behind a dam." Considering one mechanism through which ... Read More

Difference between Water soluble and Fat soluble Vitamins

Manisha Shejwal
Updated on 03-Aug-2022 12:19:52
Vitamins are organic compounds that play vital role in human development, growth, and regulating normal cell function. They are essential components in maintaining sound health. Deficiency of vitamins in body manifests into malnutrition and development of various syndromes. Please go through this article to find out more on water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins and the difference between them. Vitamins are categorised into two types, depending upon the way they are absorbed and if they can be stored in the body − Water-soluble vitamins Fat-soluble vitamins Read through this article to find out more about these two types of vitamins ... Read More

Difference between Evaporation and Distillation

Manisha Shejwal
Updated on 03-Aug-2022 12:13:14
We all know there are three states of matter − Solid, Liquid, and Gas. In solids, the molecules of the substance are tightly bound. In liquid, the molecules of a substance are loosely bound and in gas, they are not really bound with each other in any way. Due to this structure, some matters can be interconvertible. The most prominent example of evaporation is a stage in water cycle, where the forms of water are changed while it is moving among oceans, land, and Earth's atmosphere through the stages of Evaporation, Condensation (process of water vapor turning into liquid), and ... Read More

Difference between Enzymes and Hormones

Manisha Shejwal
Updated on 03-Aug-2022 12:09:54
The two main chemical compounds Enzymes and Hormones are responsible for maintaining Homeostasis, which is a self-regulating process of the body that maintains overall well-being of the body while adjusting to changing external conditions. This article elaborates how Enzymes and Hormones are main contributors to health and how they are different in various ways. What are Enzymes? Enzymes are the proteins produced in the bodies of living organisms, which accelerate metabolism and regulate a large number of chemical reactions taking place in the body, without altering or disturbing them. Enzymes are found in all kinds of tissues throughout the body ... Read More

Difference between Malthus and Boserup Theory

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 13-Jul-2022 07:33:34
Malthus and Boserup had differing opinions on the link between population increase and food supply. Read through this article to find out the differences between Malthus Theory and Boserup Theory.What is Malthus Theory?According to Reverend Malthus's prediction in 1798, worldwide population growth will lead to an unsustainable level of overpopulation due to the fact that the global population was expanding faster than the world's capacity to produce food.In the aftermath of the calamity, the population would recover to a level that could be supported by the food available, as he anticipated, there would be famine and warfare.What is Boserup Theory?In ... Read More

Difference Between Brain and Computer

Kiran Kumar Panigrahi
Updated on 24-Nov-2022 12:51:15
In the field of cognitive science and artificial intelligence, the knowledge of brain and computer is very useful. In artificial intelligence, the human brain is analyzed and used to model different kinds of artificial neural networks to develop a computerized expert system. The basic difference between the brain and computer is that the brain is a natural organ of human body that can make decision on its own, while the computer is a manmade machine that requires sufficient data and instructions to make a decision. In this article, we will discuss all the major differences between brain and computer ... Read More

How are Companies Designing Computer Vision?

Samual Sam
Updated on 28-Jan-2020 11:15:31
Imagine I am throwing you a ball, so what would be your first reaction? You simply catch it right? This is what happens in the front end, but what about the back end, I mean why did you catch it? You’re never informed earlier? Ok, so no more questions, let’s first understand the back end procedure of this simple task.So, when I throw a ball at you, the image of the ball crosses through your eyes and strikes your retina. The retina does some elementary analysis and passes it towards the brain, the visual cortex in the brain analyzes the ... Read More
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