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To hear better push back that little flap of cartilage in your ear and lean in. | Body Hacks To Make Your Life Easier

To hear better push back that little flap of cartilage in your ear and lean in. | Body Hacks To Make Your Life Easier

1.20x4 AB TUCKS: bring BOTH knees into your chest at the same time. 2. 20x4 OBLIQUE CRUNCHES: bring BOTH knees to your right elbow> legs out straight> bring BOTH knees to your left elbow. Repeat. 3. 10x4 PIKES: these are certainly not a beginner exercise and can place A LOT of strain on your shoulders, if you cannot do them hold a plank for 4 sets of 30 seconds WHILE separating and closing your legs. 4. 20x4 MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS: bring 1 knee in at then straighten, alternate legs

1.20x4 AB TUCKS: bring BOTH knees into your chest at the same time. 2. 20x4 OBLIQUE CRUNCHES: bring BOTH knees to your right elbow> legs out straight> bring BOTH knees to your left elbow. Repeat. 3. 10x4 PIKES: these are certainly not a beginner exercise and can place A LOT of strain on your shoulders, if you cannot do them hold a plank for 4 sets of 30 seconds WHILE separating and closing your legs. 4. 20x4 MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS: bring 1 knee in at then straighten, alternate legs

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A schematic diagram shows examples of the many signaling pathways that can be triggered by the activation of a G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). The pathways are shown with arrows within a simplified cell with a nucleus. Plusses and minuses indicate whether specific pathways are activated or inhibited following the activation of the GPCR.

A schematic diagram shows examples of the many signaling pathways that can be triggered by the activation of a G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). The pathways are shown with arrows within a simplified cell with a nucleus. Plusses and minuses indicate whether specific pathways are activated or inhibited following the activation of the GPCR.

A schematic illustration shows a G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) and G-proteins in a plasma membrane, which is composed of phospholipids that form a bilayer. The GPCR and G-proteins are shown before and after stimulation by an agonist.

A schematic illustration shows a G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) and G-proteins in a plasma membrane, which is composed of phospholipids that form a bilayer. The GPCR and G-proteins are shown before and after stimulation by an agonist.

Infographic on neurotransmitters in the brain. Neuroscience. Brain. Infographics. Science. Neurons.

Infographic on neurotransmitters in the brain. Neuroscience. Brain. Infographics. Science. Neurons.

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Complexity of translating a gene to a protein

Complexity of translating a gene to a protein