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Find a rival. Competition against strangers or enemies—but not friends—can boost your testosterone levels if you come out on top, says a new study in Human Nature.
The ritual begins in high school, in bedrooms, one girl hugging a teddy bear to her chest as she talks, the other drawing graffiti on her blue jeans while she listens.
Taking matters into your own hands isn't just fun, it may actually have health benefits
Anyone who tells you to stay away from iodine is a medical idiot. Actually that statement does not cover the story of medical cruelty and the pharmaceutical terrorism that is centered on iodine phobia that is rampant in the medical world today.
Series exploring topical scientific issues. For centuries scientists have been attempting to come up with an elixir of youth. Now remarkable discoveries are suggesting that aging is something flexible that can ultimately be manipulated. Horizon meets the scientists who are attempting to piece together why we age and more vitally for all of us, what we can do to prevent it. But which theory will prevail? Does the 95-year-old woman who smokes two packets of cigarettes a day hold the clue? Do blueberries really delay signs of aging or is it more a question of attitude? Does the real key to controlling how we age lie with a five-year-old boy with an extraordinary aging disease or with a self-experimenting Harvard professor? Could one of these breakthroughs really see our lives extend past 120 years?
Fad diets promise amazing results with little effort. Unfortunately, the truth is that these diets often cause rapid weight loss at first, but aren't sustainable in the long run.
Unfortunately, they don't have an answer for why booze makes you sext your ex
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