Women are less likely to have orgasms during casual sex than when they're in committed relationships, according to new research.
One study of 600 college students found that women were twice as likely to reach orgasm from intercourse or oral sex in serious relationships, compared to hookups. The findings were presented at the annual meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research and at the Annual Convention for Psychological Science this year, The New York Times reported.Read the whole article
A common condition in men -- enlarged veins in the scrotum -- may raise the risk for heart disease and diabetes, a new study suggests. The problem is known medically as varicoceles. It affects about 15 percent of men and can cause pain and infertility. Stanford University School of Medicine researchers wanted to find out if varicoceles increases...Read More
As we spend more and more time snuggled up with our smartphones, laptops, and tablets, a big question looms: Are these devices bringing us closer together or further apart? The answer may depend on which decade you were born in. “Boomers and Gen-Xers may look at young people staring at their devices...Read More
Chances are you've heard of the trend of women eating their placenta after giving birth (placentophagy). It's often done by drying the placenta, grinding it up and making it into capsules for the new mother to consume during the first postpartum weeks. Supporters of the practice say that it helps...Read More