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Birth Control Pills for Men Are Coming Soon! Are You Ready to Swallow?

The world of contraceptive techniques may be slated to get a refresher course if scientists’ optimistic reports are to be believed. Recent research has pointed attempts to create an effective male contraceptive pill in an entirely new direction. While there isn’t yet any indication of when a safe and effective product will hit the market, … Continue reading

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Should You Donate Your Body To Science?

Do you consider yourself to be a giving person? Maybe you donate money to good causes, give away your old belongings or volunteer your time at a local school or nursing home. If you feel charitable and want to give the ultimate gift to mankind upon your passing, you might wish to donate your body … Continue reading

Sex May Cure A Migraine As Well As Painkillers!

Researchers recruited 800 migraine sufferers and 200 cluster headache sufferers. While findings are preliminary, results showed that more than half of the migraine sufferers said their pain subsided after a bout of passion with their partners. Their research was reported in Cephalalgia, the journal of the International Headache Society. The researchers suggested that sex triggers … Continue reading

World AIDS Day: 10 New Things We’ve Learned About HIV/AIDS This Year

Today marks World AIDS Day, a time for the global community to recognize the widespread impact of HIV/AIDS. Right now, 1.2 million people in the U.S. and 33.4 million people around the world live with HIV/AIDS, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. AIDS, or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, is caused by HIV, … Continue reading

5 Best Home Pregnancy Tests on the Market

For some, it takes years to get pregnant, while others get an unexpected surprise without even trying. Whatever the case, finding out that you are pregnant for the first time can make your world spin. Your first step to finding out what the hell is going on with your body is to find a credible … Continue reading

Sitting Down: It’s Bad For Your Health

Although for the majority of us it is a regular occurrence of our everyday life, sitting for long periods of time has been suggested to increase risks of diabetes, heart disease and death. Scientists from both Loughborough and Leicester Universities reveal that it can cause harm even if people are regularly exercising. Diabetes UK has … Continue reading

Infographic: Then vs. Now – How Much Have Kids Changed in a Generation?

It is difficult to predict what the trends will be in the future, but an in-depth look at the past can aid in evaluating where we have been and where we may be headed. Interesting statistical data shown in this graphic show how teens’ and young adults’ habits, pursuits, and aspirations have changed over the … Continue reading

‘The Announcement’ – The Untold Story of Earvin “Magic” Johnson

Untold story of Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson and his triumphant journey living with HIV is unveiled in this gripping ESPN Films documentary, directed by Nelson George.                   ‘The Announcement’ then airs publicly on ESPN Sunday March 11th, 9pm ET/6pm pacific On November 7, 1991, Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson first announced to the world he was HIV-positive, and … Continue reading

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