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  1. Dec 2021
    1. A hugely detailed, visual breakdown of the human body. You can keep zooming and expanding every section of the body to get the exact name, description and location of even the smallest of body parts.

  2. Nov 2021
    1. I generally find iPhone images slightly brighter and slightly cooler than my preference, so I love the idea of being able to customize how the iPhone processes photos at the image pipeline level versus correcting individual HEIC files later. I customized my own Photographic Style to be -30 Tone and +15 Warmth to more closely match my preferences.

      iPhone 13 photographic styles

    1. How much protein should you get for breakfast? A common suggestion for protein intake for each meal is around 25-30 grams of protein.  A 2010 review article (5) suggests consuming 25-30 grams of protein at each meal can help prevent muscle loss.  This effect has been shown in the elderly, which is at risk for losing muscle mass and strength, but also younger adults. Therefore, every adult age could benefit from eating around 25-30 grams of protein at each meal. Shifting intake of protein, not necessarily increasing the amount, could help optimize muscle growth and get the benefits of satiety from a higher protein meal.if(typeof __ez_fad_position != 'undefined'){__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-caloriesecrets_net-box-4-0')}; For example, a typical adult may get 90 total grams of protein through the day: about 10 grams for breakfast, 20 grams for lunch and about 60 grams of protein for dinner. Instead, some researchers are proposing people get around 30 grams at each meal instead of loading up on protein for the dinner meal.
    1. Memory and smell go hand-in-hand. A Disney Imagineer literally invented a machine (Smellitizers) to emit scents that match surrounding. Main Street (cookies baking) Pirates of the Caribbean (salty sea air) Pooh's Adventure (honey)
    1. The findings add to growing evidence that most people immunized with the mRNA vaccines may not need boosters, so long as the virus and its variants do not evolve much beyond their current forms — which is not guaranteed. People who recovered from Covid-19 before being vaccinated may not need boosters even if the virus does make a significant transformation.