To understand how ridiculous the latest health trend of drinking “raw” water really is, look to Yemen, where untreated, “raw” water has caused the worst outbreak of Cholera in history, killing more than a million people.
Still, many in Silicon Valley are swigging it, paying the hefty price of $ 36.99 or more for 2 gallons. They believe unfiltered and untreated water is healthier since this water could contain essential minerals, no chemicals and ‘good’ bacteria and probiotics.Read the whole article
The possible connection between cellphones and cancer is controversial. Many years' worth of studies on cellphones and cancer have yielded conflicting results. Currently, there's no consensus about the degree of cancer risk — if any — posed by cellphone use. The primary concern with cellphones and cancer seems to be the...Read More
Eighty-five percent of women have been on the receiving end of oral sex, according to a national study released over the summer. (That's equal to the number of guys who have received oral sex as well.) Based on the study results, it stands to reason that oral pleasure is a standard part of most couples' sexual repertoire. But...Read More
Viagra, often prescribed to help men's erectile dysfunction, also helps women who experience sexual problems from antidepressant use, according to a new study. Sexual dysfunction is a well-known side effect of some antidepressants, with up to 70% of men and women on antidepressants reporting sexual problems. It's a major reason depressed patients stop taking their medication,...Read More