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By Kristine Fellizar Kissing is something people do all the time. You may not realize it while you’re lost in the moment, but there’s a whole science behind kissing that’s pretty fascinating. According to experts, there’s a lot that goes on inside your body when you’re making out with someone and it’s definitely worth knowing. “Kissing is engrained into… View Article
By Asia McLain Vibrators. You know ’em. You love ’em. Yours probably has a name and a favorite color. Well, we heard that CalExotics recently released a line of electric stimulation sex toys — including vibrators — specifically built to strengthen and tone moms’ kegel muscles which, let’s face it, may not be quite what they used to be. The line… View Article
By Michael Burke You may be dazzled, spooked or annoyed by the ability of online retailers to predict which products you’re interested in purchasing—but what if you could play the same game? Whether it’s Amazon recommending soap or Netflix suggesting a movie, more companies are making personalized predictions using variations on a machine learning tactic… View Article
Janrain, the company that pioneered the Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) category, announced during Cybersecurity Awareness Month the results of its latest Consumer Attitudes Toward Data Privacy and Security Survey, which show US consumers still generally trust brands but welcome consent-based relationships following the recent spate of breaches and controversies affecting data privacy. Janrain surveyed… View Article
By Tanya Altmann MD The infant gut microbiome is made up of thousands of different bacterial strains. Some of these strains are considered “good” and can help build important things like immunity and metabolism. Others, like E. coli and Strep, are considered “bad” and can lead to infection, illness, and health conditions like colic, eczema, allergies, and asthma. All… View Article