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Rau Nào Sâu Nấy - Hài Kịch Vân Sơn Siêu Hài 2017 - Văn Chung, Chí Tài, Giáng Ngọc

Hài Vân Sơn

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Rau Nào Sâu Nấy - Hài Kịch Vân Sơn Siêu Hài - Văn Chung, Chí Tài, Giáng Ngọc [Vân Sơn 26 - Nắng Lạ]

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29:21

NGƯỜI KẾT NỐI | Tập 40 FULL | Bùi Công Nam - những điều chưa biết về chàng trai 'Chí Phèo' ...

Người Kết Nối

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NGƯỜI KẾT NỐI | Tập 40 FULL | Bùi Công Nam - những điều chưa biết về chàng trai "Chí Phèo" |160817😮

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Nổi tiếng với ca khúc "Chí Phèo" trong chương trình Sing my song 2016, ít ai biết đến cuộc sống hiện tại bây giờ và gia đình của Bùi Công Nam.

⭐ Các nghệ sĩ/khách mời tham gia: Ca sĩ – Nhạc sĩ Bùi Công Nam (23 tuổi), VJ Quang Bảo, Thiên Vương MTV, MC Nguyên Khang, diễn viên Cát Tường, ca sĩ Miko Lan Trinh.

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🔔 KHUNG GIỜ PHÁT SÓNG: 22H45 Thứ Tư hàng tuần trên kênh HTV7.

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1:28:16

THVL | Tiếu lâm tứ trụ nhí – Tập 14: Đêm chung kết

TIẾU LÂM TỨ TRỤ NHÍ 2017

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Tiếu lâm tứ trụ nhí - Một sân chơi cho những tài năng nhí tỏa sáng với những tiết mục ca vũ nhạc kịch thật đặc sắc, hấp dẫn, thú vị cùng sự tranh tài của 4 vương quốc: vương quốc Kẹo Ngọt của huấn luyện viên Hoàng Mèo - Đại Ngọc Trâm, vương quốc Cổ Tích của huấn luyện viên Gia Bảo - Thanh Hiền, vương quốc Loài Hoa của huấn luyện viên Hứa Minh Đạt - Lâm Vỹ Dạ, vương quốc Đồ Chơi của huấn luyện viên Minh Trọng - Lê Nam. Chương trình được phát sóng lúc 21h Thứ Tư hàng tuần trên kênh THVL1 và phát lại lúc 12h Thứ Năm trên kênh THVL2.
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Chuyện gì xảy ra nếu bạn không đánh răng?

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What is the ecosystem of our mouth really like and how does it affect
our teeth? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►►
http://bit.ly/1myXbFG What Causes Bad Breath? ►►►► http://bit.ly/1TYUzOe
Read More: What conditions may be linked to oral health?
http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/dental/art-20047475?pg=2
“Diabetes reduces the body's resistance to infection — putting the gums
at risk. Gum disease appears to be more frequent and severe among people
who have diabetes. “ Defining the Normal Bacterial Flora of the Oral
Cavity http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1287824/ “The oral
cavity is comprised of many surfaces, each coated with a plethora of
bacteria, the proverbial bacterial biofilm. Some of these bacteria have
been implicated in oral diseases such as caries and periodontitis, which
are among the most common bacterial infections in humans.”
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Tại sao bảng trắng luôn bẩn?

SciShow

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If you have an old, well-used whiteboard in your classroom, you might
see something a little strange -- ghosts! But not the spooky, bust-able
kind... these are the ghosts of lectures past! Hosted by: Hank Green
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Viet sub 02:33

Tại sao chúng ta hắt hơi?

SciShow

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Everyone does it, but why? In this episode of SciShow Quick Questions
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http://scienceline.org/2008/01/ask-hadhazy-sneeze/ http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/ask-smithsonian-why-do-we-sneeze-180957634/?no-ist

Viet sub 04:15

Bất ngờ: nữ giới chịu đau tốt hơn nam giới?

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Many people think that women have a higher pain tolerance than men, but
researchers have recently found that might not be the case. Why Some
People Don't Feel Pain ►►►► http://bit.ly/1UYAgB8 Sign Up For The
TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►►://bit.ly/1myXbFG Read More: Sex, Gender,
and Pain: A Review of Recent Clinical and Experimental Findings
http://www.jpain.org/article/S1526-5900(08)00909-7/abstract
"Consistent with our previous reviews, current human findings
regarding sex differences in experimental pain indicate greater pain
sensitivity among females compared with males for most pain modalities,
including more recently implemented clinically relevant pain models such
as temporal summation of pain and intramuscular injection of algesic
substances." Gender, Coping and the Perception of Pain
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304395901004274
"A consistent pattern of effects was found, over both behavioral
and self-report measures of pain. Compared to females, males exhibited
less negative pain responses when focusing on the sensory component of
pain (i.e. increased threshold, tolerance and lower sensory pain)."
Culture and Gender Effects in Pain Beliefs and the Prediction of Pain
Tolerance http://ccr.sagepub.com/content/34/2/135.short "Consistent
with their beliefs, Indian participants had higher pain tolerance than
those in the United States, and males had higher pain tolerance than
females." The effects of experimenter characteristics on pain
reports in women and men
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304395904003835
"Results indicated a significant main effect for professional
status of the experimenter on pain tolerance. Subjects tolerated pain
longer when they were tested by a professional experimenter."
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Các mẹ thường thụ thai vào thời điểm nào?

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Sexual habits vary throughout the world, and the times of the year that
women give birth seem to shed some light on when babies are conceived.
Is there a pattern to when women are more likely to get pregnant? Tara
and Trace discuss some interesting habits among couples to try to get to
the bottom of this question. Read More: Use Code "REV3" to
receive HALF OFF your first month of bluum and discounts on longer term
subscriptions too! http://www.bluum.com/dnews A Time to Be Born
http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2014/04/birth_rates_vary_by_season_and_latitude_what_explains_the_peaks.html
"Why do birth rates peak at different times in different
place?" Human Birth Seasonality: Latitudinal Gradient and
Interplay With Childhood Disease Dynamics
http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/281/1783/20132438.abstract
"More than a century of ecological studies have demonstrated the
importance of demography in shaping spatial and temporal variation in
population dynamics." Supporting Information: Human Birth
Seasonality: Latitudinal Gradient and Interplay with Childhood Disease
Dynamics
http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/suppl/2014/04/01/rspb.2013.2438.DC1/rspb20132438supp1.pdf
"In our analyses we followed the work of Rosenberg, who stated that
adjusting for the differing number of days in each month had little
effect on analyses of birth seasonality." Seasonal variations of
human sperm cells among 6455 semen samples: a plausible explanation of
seasonal birth patterns
http://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(13)00146-4/abstract?cc=y?cc=y
"To compare the different sperm parameters according to season of
the year on sperm production day and the season 70 days prior (during
spermatogenesis)." Seasonal Variations in Sexual Activity and
Their Implications for Sexual Health Promotion
http://jrs.sagepub.com/content/92/2/60.full.pdf "Although seasonal
variations in births are observed in all human populations, the links
between calendar events and sexual activity have received little
attention in relation to health promotion and service provision."
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Vì sao chúng ta ghen tuông?

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At times, we all feel jealous, but why? Why did humans evolve to get
jealous? Read More: Upset Over Sexual versus Emotional Infidelity
Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Adults
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10508-014-0409-9 “One
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Quần áo chỉn chu có thật sự mang lại tự tin ?

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Dressing up to feel powerful may have been a fashion fad of the 1980s,
but do we still think differently if we wear formal clothes? Learn more
at HowStuffWorks.com: http://money.howstuffworks.com/busine... Share on
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http://www.brainstuffshow.com Well hello there BrainStuff. I’m Cristen
Conger and I’ve got a question for you. Do I look powerful? 'Cause I
feel powerful! Some people even think that what you wear (especially
feminist sweatshirts) can produce this kind of confidence. So what is
this so-called “power dressing?” And does it actually work? To answer
that question we have to take a trip to the smooth 1970s, when a guy
named John Molloy came out with a series of books about “dressing for
success.” For men, Molloy recommended conservative business attire that
was high-quality and fit well. Essentially, a business suit in a dark
hue, with a modest white shirt and tie. Think Don Draper. For women,
he adapted this uniform to include a skirted suit, and a soft blouse
with floppy or bowed neck piece. Think Margaret Thatcher. In order to
achieve the kind of authority of The Iron Lady, Molloy recommended women
do two things. Don’t look like a secretary, and don’t look too sexy.
Because of course women should protect themselves from their own sexual
objectification! You couldn’t wear waistcoats or contoured jackets,
according to Molloy, because they drew attention to the bust. Scarves
were popular because they drew attention to the face and away from the
breasts. It's all about distraction, you see! And floral prints and
feminine colors like salmon pink were out. But you didn’t want to look
too masculine either, hence the skirts instead of trousers. This was
the birth of “power dressing.” And by the 1980s, it became the way
“enterprising” women learned to manage or limit the potential sexuality
of their bodies and leave all that gross girl stuff like cooties at
home. But as they entered the corporate workforce in ever-greater
numbers, some women wanted to modify this uniform while maintaining
their professional appearance. One alternative model for breaking out
of these fashion limitations was Princess Diana, with her more glamorous
outfits. Others were on TV, in shows like “Dynasty,” “Designing Women”
and “Moonlighting.” Enter broad shoulder pads, wide lapels and a wider
range of textures, colors and accessories. Cut to present day! Most of
these fashion fads have come and gone, but you can still see their
influence on politicians, for example. Take Hillary Clinton. Or Donald
Trump. Many of the tenets of power dressing are still in play today, we
just don’t call it that anymore. But a 2015 study re-examined the
principles behind power dressing. It found that putting on formal
clothing does indeed make us feel powerful and even makes us think
differently. The authors of this study tested student participants in
a series of experiments by rating their outfits and taking cognitive
tests. When the students switched out of sweatpants and into the kind of
clothing they thought they should wear to a job interview, the tests
showed their cognitive processing became more abstract, broader and
holistic. The authors also say that how often you actually wear formal
clothes doesn’t matter. Regardless of when you wear it, these uniforms
have become a symbol of power. SOURCES: Schaefer, J. O. (2015). Power
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Viet sub 02:32

Tình yêu đến từ đâu?

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When it comes to love, we often talk about our hearts...but we should
actually be talking about our brains! SciShow Valentines:
http://store.dftba.com/products/scishow-valentine-postcards Hosted by:
Michael Aranda ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon
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https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/love-and-sex-in-the-digital-age/201501/is-your-brain-love
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-causes-chest-pains/
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http://chemistry.about.com/od/valentinesdaychemistry/a/Love-Chemicals.htm
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Images:
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