Five ridiculous sex myths2/9/2014 15:32
You'll be surprised in this day an age, the kind of sex fables that are still somewhat believed by some people. Here are a few that straddle the point between ridiculous and hilarious.
A penchant for healthy food can be trained2/9/2014 13:19
In a small, preliminary study, researchers at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (USDA HNRCA) at Tufts University and at Massachusetts General Hospital found it may be possible to train the brain to prefer healthy foods over calorie-laden, additive-rich fare.
Volunteer work makes older adults happier, healthier2/9/2014 11:46
A meta-analysis by the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Health Sciences in Toronto says that volunteering increases both physical and mental health and those who reap the health benefits of volunteer work log at least 100 hours per year or 2-3 hours per week.
So,wanna go out sometime?2/9/2014 8:18
For many people going on a date can be exciting, in fact it maybe so exciting that you end up ruining it. Not everyone knows what to wear or how to start a conversation on a first date.
Exercise to reap the heart-health benefits of wine2/9/2014 8:02
At the European Society of Cardiology Congress, researchers from the Czech Republic presented a first of its kind study in which they concluded that wine has its greatest cardiovascular benefits for those who exercise.
Tea drinkers may have better general health2/9/2014 7:47
A new study reveals that drinking tea could reduce non-cardiovascular mortality by 24 percent, possibly thanks to a combination of tea's antioxidant content and the other healthy lifestyle habits that tea drinkers often maintain.
Gene clues to glaucoma risk1/9/2014 14:10
Scientists on Sunday said they had identified six genetic variants linked to glaucoma, a discovery that should help earlier diagnosis and better treatment for this often-debilitating eye disease.