A percentage of the population is graced with a genetic mutation that prevents stinky pits. People with a special gene called ABCC11 were found to have less or non-existent stinky pits, according to researchers from the University of Bristol.
The gene is the single determinatnt factor of whether you might produce underarm odor or not. 97% of European or African descenet people have the smelly underarm sweat gene. East Asians on the other hand have it good. Most of them do not have stinky armpits.
According to Live Science, almost all Koreans have the mutation gene that allows them to skip wearing deodorant.
So if you're wondering if those armpits on a Kpop girl group stink or not...
Gambling and especially online gambling has registered a boom all over the world during the last 20 years due to the development of technology and the Internet becoming available to more and more citizens. And even though, in most cases, gambling is something a country can benefit from, there are some instances when the governments are totally against this industry. Let’s check some countries and how they treat the gambling subject. Read more
One reason people start a blog is the ability it gives them to share what they are thinking and feeling with the world. Where once the only options people had for this were to become involved in the media world (and even then there would be a script) or write a diary (which would then be entirely private) if they wanted to have an opportunity for their opinions to move beyond the sphere of their own head. Read more
There are countless relations a person makes, but If someone is asked to tell about the people who truly love him, he will surely include his parents. The relation of parents is the purest form of love. We can always count on them in every stage of life. They are always beside us in every walk of life. While our mothers teach us humbleness and kindness, our dads teach us bravery and leadership. While our mothers tell us fairy tales, our fathers amaze us with stories of knights. Read more