Living in the twenty-first century, we have witnessed how rapidly and dramatically culture can change, from ways of communicating to the emergence of same-sex marriage. Similarly, many of us live in culturally diverse settings and experience how varied human cultural inventions can be. We readily accept that clothing, language, and music are cultural—invented, created, and alterable—but often find it difficult to accept that gender and sexuality are not natural but deeply embedded in and shaped by culture.
In reproductively mature female mammals, an interaction of hormones from the pituitary gland and the ovaries produces a phenomenon known as the estrous cycle. Estrus is preceded by proestrusduring which ovarian follicles mature under the influence of a follicle-stimulating hormone from the anterior pituitary. The follicular cells produce estrogena hormone that stimulates proliferation of the uterine lining, or endometrium.
Nagori 1G. Singh 1B. The use of herbal drugs for the prevention and treatment of various health ailments has been in practice from time immemorial.
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Differences between the epidemiology of AIDS cases in Africa and that in Western societies have prompted speculation regarding risk factors that may be unique to Africa. Factors thought to influence this sexual transmission include 1 promiscuity, with a high prevalence of sexually transmitted disease; 2 sexual practices that have been associated with increased risk of transmission of AIDS virus homosexuality and anal intercourse ; and 3 cultural practices that are possibly connected with increased virus transmission female "circumcision" and infibulation. Other nonsexual cultural practices that do not fit the age distribution pattern of AIDS but may expose individuals to HIV include 1 practices resulting in exposure to blood medicinal bloodletting, rituals establishing "blood brotherhood," and possibly ritual and medicinal enemas ; 2 practices involving the use of shared instruments injection of medicines, ritual scarification, group circumcision, genital tatooing, and shaving of body hair ; and 3 contact with nonhuman primates. At the current time promiscuity seems to be the most important cultural factor contributing to the transmission of HIV in Africa.
Search Submit. The exponential growth of the pornography industry has enhanced amongst a people caught up in the Corporate Culture, increased superficial notions of love and love-making. What love is, is very dicey to explain, but its magnetic pull on two or more people struck by it is easily observable in the way and manner they carry themselves about in their respective presence.