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Making her feel needed is one of the sure ways to win her loyalty [Source/acceleratetv.com]

Making a woman fall in love can be very easy, but what about keeping her feeling the same for longer?

It takes another set of things in a relationship that a man can do to make a woman stay loyal to him.

Here are three keg to a woman’s loyalty;

1. Be trustworthy

The most important thing a man can do to make his woman stay loyal to him is proving to her that he’s worth being trusted.

In simple terms, a woman’s loyalty is largely dependent on how much her man trusts her and even more on how much he scores when it comes to her trust.

Do not show her love today and later go out with somebody else.

2. Make her feel needed

Nothing feels as fine as being needed. Once a woman feels needed by her man, she will have no reason not to stay loyal to him.

As a man, you should show her how important she is in your life.

Call or text her whenever you can, and always say things that can make her stay.

3. Be an ambitious man

Every woman would want an ambitious man; a man who has a future.

Show her that you have a purpose in her life and your own life.

Set some goals, work towards them and let her know about them.

Money can’t buy loyalty, just put efforts into your relationship.

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Which blood type is more resistant

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Which blood type is more resistant

Some people are genetically at greater risk of HIV infection than others.

The first genetic mutation associated with HIV susceptibility was identified in the mid-1990s. Known as the CCR5-Delta32mutation, it seems to confer strong resistance to infection by HIV. This gene mutation is found most commonly in certain European populations. That is possible because it was also associated with resistance to other diseases such as smallpox or the Bubonic Plague.

In early 2009, a paper was published announcing that another genetic mutation may also confer some level of resistance to HIV. This mutation affects the level of expression of a protein known as Pk. Pk is found on the surface of several types of blood cells. In particular, it’s found on a wide range of cells that are susceptible to HIV infection. This small study found that cells with high levels of Pk were significantly harder to infect with HIV than cells with no Pk. The same scientists have also published a study showing that individuals with a condition (Fabry’s disease) that increases their levels of Pk seem to be resistant to one type of HIV.

Interestingly, this genetic resistance has played an important role in functional cure research. The case of the Berlin patient involved a man who was given bone marrow cells from someone with the CCR5 mutation.

Combined with antiretroviral treatment, this therapy seems to have eradicated the virus from his system. Virus even seemed to have been eradicated from his viral reservoir.

Note: The study has been heavily publicized as saying that your blood type can protect you against HIV. Pk is a way of typing blood. However, it is not commonly used andnot part of either the A/B/O or Rh typing systems. Furthermore, the study in question only looked at in vitro susceptibility and their earlier study in people only found resistance to one type of HIV. Therefore it is important not to overstate the results of the study. It seems likely that people with mutations that increase the amount of Pk will be more resistant to HIV than people with lower levels of Pk. This information may potentially lead to new types of HIV therapeutics. However, to say that blood type can protect against HIV infection is grossly premature.

Living with HIV can be really hard. So it’s important for we people with HIV to find a place to get support and find love. Fortunately, a friend of mine who are a single with HIV told me that the largest HIV dating site now has more than 560,000 members, which makes it’s easier for singles with HIV to find support

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Young people are ‘growing small horns in their skull due to excessive phone use’

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Young people are ‘growing small horns in their skull due to excessive phone use’

Luckily, the horns aren't quite as pronounced as the ones in our illustration (Image: Metro) young people are 'growing small horns in their skull due to excessive phone use' Young people are ‘growing small horns in their skull due to excessive phone use’ 73aed37af449192328876c6f5ae640f7 source nlp quality uhq format webp resize 720
Luckily, the horns aren’t quite as pronounced as the ones in our illustration 

Scientists have discovered that young people are developing weird horn-like growths in their skull caused by excessive phone use.

Researchers from Australia found small build-ups of bone in the back of the heads which are the result of bad posture.

It’s believed that bending over a phone can transfer weight to the back of the head, resulting in the growth of bone in nearby ligaments and tendons.

‘You may say it looks like a bird’s beak, a horn, a hook,’ chiropractor David Shahar, first author of a paper discussing the problem,

‘These formations take a long time to develop, so that means that those individuals who suffer from them probably have been stressing that area since early childhood.’

Shahar and colleagues have written two pieces of research about the horns, which are now being discussed online thanks to a recent article on the BBC with the headline:

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The ‘horns’ can grow to more than 2cm in size (Picture: Scientific Reports)

Their latest research was published last year and warned of ‘sustained aberrant postures associated with the emergence and extensive use of hand-held contemporary technologies, such as smartphones and tablets’.

The lumps are called enlarged external occipital protuberances and are not harmful in themselves, although they are ‘a portent of something nasty going on elsewhere, a sign that the head and neck are not in the proper configuration’.

Shahar and his team found horns in 41% of the young adults they assessed, with men more affected than women.

The small formations were more than 10 millimetres in size.

If you have the horns, you can probably feel them by reaching around to the bottom of the back of your head.

The researchers advised smartphone users to pay attention to their posture in order to keep the horns at bay.

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