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There’s Finally an Official Way to Grab Some Free PUBG Mobile UC

If you’ve been looking for a way to score some free PUBG Mobile UC, you might have finally found your answer — depending on where you live, of course. This week, Google opened up its Google Play Points rewards program to more countries, offering something back on your impulsive in-app purchases. ” Not all too dissimilar to the points system you might have at a big retailer, Google Play Points use a tier system. Earn enough points in a set period, and you’ll go up a grade, earning a little bit extra on subsequent purchases. The more you put in, the more you get out. It’s that sort of deal. While it’s certainly not something 99 percent of the PUBG Mobile population partakes in, like any even remotely big mobile game out there, there are “whales” spending the big bucks. If you’...

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Canada brewery apologises for beer named ‘pubic hair’ in Maori

The Canadian company said it used the word to mean its beer was "as light as a feather" A Canadian brewery has apologised for unwittingly naming one of its beers after a Maori word that is commonly used to mean pubic hair. Hell's Basement Brewery in Alberta said it released its Huruhuru pale ale two years ago, thinking it meant "feather". But Maori TV personality Te Hamua Nikora pointed out the common interpretation of the word in a Facebook video. The brewery's founder said the product would now be rebranded. "We acknowledge that we did not consider the commonplace use of the term huruhuru as a reference to pubic hair, and that consultation with a Maori representative would have been a better reference than online dictionaries," Mike Patriquin told Canadian network CBC. ...

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Hair regrowth: Could microRNA lead the way?

New research in animals has identified a microRNA that appears to modulate the growth of hair. The study, which appears in the journal Science Advances, may lay the groundwork for future hair regrowth treatments that are more effective and less invasive than the current options. Hair loss is commonly associated with getting older. However, it can also be due to hormonal changes, as well as environmental and genetic factors. Key treatments for hair loss are minoxidil and finasteride. While the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved both treatments, neither is particularly effective, and both require frequent reapplication. As the authors of the present study note, “Both are designed not for hair loss treatment but serendipity.” As a consequence, scientists a...

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