February 24, 2021 - 12:05 GMT Hanna Fillingham Rebel Wilson looked stunning in new photos posted on the beach in Santa Barbara, close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new home Rebel Wilson never looks anything but fabulous - and delighted fans over the weekend with some striking new photos taken from the beach. MORE: Rebel Wilson shows off toned physique in mesh workout look at the gym The Cats actress paid a visit to Rosewood Miramar Beach – a five-star spa in Santa Barbara close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 's new home, and it looked like she had the most amazing time. The 40-year-old embraced her natural beauty with beach waves and minimal makeup in a series of snapshots posted on Instagram, featuring a gorgeous sea backdrop. Loading the player... VIDEO: Rebel Wilson's amazing transformation Fans were quick to comment on the pictures , with one writing: "Love the hair," while another … [Read more...] about Rebel Wilson shares jaw-dropping beach photos embracing natural beauty – sparks fan reaction
Natural Star Nani is one of the most popular stars in the Telugu film industry. After the success of his previous films Jersey (2019) and V (2020), Nani is not leaving any stone unturned to impress fans with his upcoming films. As we all know, he is currently busy shooting for his next films Shyam Singha Roy and Ante Sundaraniki . Considering his demand amongst the filmmakers in Tollywood, the actor has reportedly hiked his remuneration. A report published in a leading portal suggests that Nani is now demanding Rs 14 crore per movie. The sources told the entertainment portal that he used to charge Rs 11 crore, but now he hiked his fees by Rs 3 crore. The report further states that Nani is charging Rs 14 crore for Ante Sundaraniki and Shyam Singha Roy . However, there is no official confirmation about the same. Nani finished the shooting of his next film Tuck Jagadish in January 2021. The film is directed by Shiva Nirvana, and it also stars Ritu … [Read more...] about Nani Hikes His Remuneration, Charges Rs 14 Crore For Upcoming Films?
Researchers have developed a method based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) that rapidly identifies currently available medications that may treat Alzheimer’s disease . The method could represent a rapid and inexpensive way to repurpose existing therapies into new treatments for this progressive, debilitating neurodegenerative condition. Importantly, it could also help reveal new, unexplored targets for therapy by pointing to mechanisms of drug action. “Repurposing FDA-approved drugs for Alzheimer’s disease is an attractive idea that can help accelerate the arrival of effective treatment -- but unfortunately, even for previously approved drugs, clinical trials require substantial resources, making it impossible to evaluate every drug in patients with Alzheimer’s disease,” said researcher Artem Sokolov from Harvard Medical School . For the study, published in Nature Communications , the team described their framework, called DRIAD (Drug Repurposing In Alzheimer’s … [Read more...] about AI reveals current drugs that may help combat Alzheimer’s
Source: Egor Kamelev, Pexels free download. Last year essay I posted an essay called Some Truths About the Fascinating Lives of Wasps published in New Scientist by Richard Jones called "Not so Waspish," with the subtitle "They are one of the least-loved animals, but wasps deserve our affection. It's time for a rebranding." The online version is titled " Wasps may benefit us as much as bees. Could we learn to love them? " with the subtitle "We love to hate wasps, but they pollinate flowers, kill off pests and their venom might even help us treat cancer." 1 I learned a lot about wasps from Jones' essay and the references he provides, and wanted to learn more about these misunderstood insects. So, I was pleased to read a book called Wasps: The Astonishing Diversity of a Misunderstood Insect by Eric R. Eaton, a writer, editor, and consultant who has worked as an entomologist for many institutions. 2 Here's what he had to say about his highly informative and … [Read more...] about Wasps: The Astonishing Diversity of a Misunderstood Insect
As a nation simultaneously struggling with a healthcare pandemic, an economic crisis, and significant social justice issues, heightened levels of anxiety and stress have become the norm. That’s why now is a critical time to gain a better understanding of PTSD —and how to recognize its symptoms in ourselves and those around us. As with many emotional and mental disorders, PTSD can come with a stigma that can itself be dangerous, as stigma can cause sufferers to keep quiet and avoid getting help. These stigmas are fueled by misinformation in American discourse, and it’s high time to debunk some of the most common among them. Myth 1: PTSD is an invisible disease that is all in someone’s head. False. The absence of visible symptoms makes PTSD hard to see with the naked eye. The invisible wound can make it hard for family and friends to believe it’s real, especially if the sufferer hasn’t personally experienced a violent or traumatic event. While it’s true that you … [Read more...] about 5 Common Myths About PTSD