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A twink is the polar opposite of a bear. Skinny and hairless and often a little more on the feminine side. Chicken is a word used to describe a young twink and twunk is a more muscular twink (think Justin Bieber).

Similar to an otter, a wolf has some hair and is in between a twink and a bear. However, there are some key differences between wolves and otters. Wolves typically have a lean, muscular build and are sexually aggressive.

Likewise, urologist Robin Bhavsar, who was not involved in the studies, explains in a blog post that there is absolutely no correlation between being thin and having low testosterone. Unlike overweight men who tend to have lower testosterone because fat cells convert testosterone into estrogen, skinny guys tend to have healthy and stable testosterone levels.

The novel design of a deep muscle along the spinal column called the multifidus muscle may in fact be key to spinal support and a healthy back, according to researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Their findings about the potentially important "scaffolding" role of this poorly understood muscle has been published on line in advance of the January issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1450190541376-1'); ); "The multifidus muscle was formerly thought to be relatively unimportant based on its fairly small size," said Richard L. Lieber, Ph.D., Professor and Vice Chair of UC San Diego's Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Director of the National Center for Skeletal Muscle Rehabilitation Research, based at UC San Diego. Lieber is also Senior Research Career Scientist at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Health System. "Our research shows that it's actually the strongest muscle in the back because of its unique design. It's like a long, skinny pencil packed with millions of tiny fibers." 59ce067264


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