Process and Theories of Consumer Creativity

Utkarsh Shukla
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:09:23
Consumer behavior is rife with creativity. Creativity pervades the consuming arena in everything from autos and homes to clothing and a simple stain fix. Nevertheless, there have been few attempts to transform fundamental observations into theoretical treatises and even fewer attempts to record the function of creativity in consumer behavior literature scientifically. The concept of creativity remains an unexplored territory in consumer psychology. Conceptual Background Creativity is sometimes defined as an output (a work, a product, or an idea) that is both original and appropriate to the setting or circumstance in which it emerges. As simple as this definition ... Read More

Effects of Plant Growth Regulators on In-Vitro Culture and Regeneration

Gayatri Talakokkula
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:08:03
What is Regeneration? Every organism either a plant or an animal has a natural ability to grow and regenerate to a variable extent. This includes an example that every day millions of cells die and for us to survive we need to replace them with new and healthy cells. Similarly, in a plant, if we cut a shoot or its part or perform cloning it will regrow itself. It is due to the meristem cells an organism produces new cells of the same type as well as different types which differentiates to form a specialized tissue, cells, organs, and even ... Read More

Dealing with Menstruation Problems

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:03:38
Introduction Menstruation is a natural process in the female reproductive system, where the uterus sheds its lining every month in preparation for a potential pregnancy. While it is a normal aspect of life for women, it can also be accompanied by several problems that can interfere with day-to-day living. It is an important aspect of reproductive health. Menstruation problems can manifest in different ways, such as irregular periods, heavy bleeding, and painful cramps. Managing these problems can be crucial for maintaining good overall health and well-being. In this piece, we'll look at the different menstrual problems that women might experience ... Read More

11 Reasons Why Juicing Is Dangerous for Your Health

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:02:17
Juicing has become a popular trend among health enthusiasts, especially those looking for a quick and easy way to consume more fruits and vegetables. The process involves extracting the juice from fresh produce, which is then consumed as a drink. However, despite its popularity, there are several reasons why juicing can be bad for your health. One of the main concerns with juicing is the need for more fiber. Fiber is an essential nutrient for healthy digestion and helps to regulate blood sugar levels. The fiber is removed when juicing fruits and vegetables, leaving only the juice behind. This ... Read More

What Exactly Is Whey Protein? The Health, Weight, and Side Effects to Know

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 16:01:22
Whey protein is obtained by whey; this is the liquid portion of milk that is separated after the cheese making process. It is a complete protein containing most amino acids needed for a healthy body to function. Sportspeople and bodybuilding frequently utilize whey protein as a nutritional component to help develop muscle mass and enhance athletic ability. It is often utilized by those who want to enhance their protein consumption, particularly those who don't get enough protein from their usual diet. Whey protein is available in numerous forms, notably whey protein concentration, whey protein isolates, and whey protein hydrolyzed. ... Read More

Foods That Cause Excessive Gas

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:59:58
Gas, also known as flatulence, is the presence of air or gas in the digestive tract. It is a normal part of the digestive process and typically occurs due to swallowing air or food breakdown by bacteria in the large intestine. Gas comprises nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and sometimes methane and is typically expelled from the body through burping or passing gas. While gas is a normal bodily function, excessive gas or gas associated with pain or discomfort can indicate an underlying medical condition and should be evaluated by a healthcare professional. Symptoms of Gas The most common ... Read More

15 Celebrities Who Have Been Infected with Hepatitis C

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:59:21
Hepatitis C is a viral infection that affects the liver. Hepatitis C virus (HCV), which causes it and is primarily spread by contact with tainted blood, is to blame for its development. Sharing razors or toothbrushes with an infected person, undergoing a blood transfusion or organ transplant before 1992, sharing needles or other injectable drug use equipment, or being born to a mother with hepatitis C are all ways to contract this disease. Hepatitis C can develop into a chronic infection, a long-lasting, ongoing sickness, or an acute infection, meaning it is a short-term illness. Many patients with sharp hepatitis ... Read More

Stacy London Talks Midlife Hair Care and Menopause

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:58:46
Stacy London is a well-known fashion expert, author, and television personality who has been open about her experiences with menopause and midlife changes. Regarding hair care during menopause, London emphasizes the importance of listening to your body and being flexible with your hair routine. One of the most common changes women experience during menopause is hair thinning and loss. London suggests using volumizing products and avoiding heavy conditioners that can weigh down hair. She also recommends trying different haircuts and styles to find one that works with your current hair texture and thickness. Another issue that women may face ... Read More

Do Steroid Meds Up My Risk of COVID-19 or Getting Sicker from It?

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:58:10
Since its inception in 2019, the Covid-19 induced pandemic has resulted in the loss of millions of lives, with increasing deaths and hospitalization. Respiratory system involvement has been the dominant contributor to death in Covid conditions, with pneumonia accounting for 78.8% and acute respiratory distress syndrome for 62.2% of the deaths. But treatment options for either condition have been controversial because a few medical experts put forward their views that. Corticosteroids are an ineffective pharmacotherapy for ARDS, most notably ARDS secondary to influenza/ flu. Corticosteroid use has been associated with harm in the SARS-CoV instead of benefiting patients. Mechanism ... Read More

Difference Between Central Tolerance and Peripheral Tolerance

Gayatri Talakokkula
Updated on 30-Mar-2023 15:57:24
Introduction Normally our immune system shows a response towards the foreign antigen and does not act against self-antigens. This phenomenon is known as self-tolerance. It refers to the lack of responsiveness to the individual’s self-antigens. Hence tolerance is antigen-specific. Immune Response Immune tolerance or immunological tolerance is the state of unresponsiveness of the immune system to the substances or tissues that are capable to induce an immune response. It differs from the conventional methods of immune-mediated elimination of foreign antigens. Due to random genetic recombinations, immune cells genetically express receptors for the specific self and foreign antigens in the ... Read More
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