Masturbation is an act of self-stimulating the genitals and body to achieve sexual pleasure. Almost everyone masturbates. National studies have revealed that almost 95% males and 89% females masturbate. Since masturbation is not the only method to seek orgasm, and Continue reading Pros and Cons of Masturbation
Waxing is a form of hair removal which eliminates hair from the root. Face waxing is defined as the removal of unwanted hair on the face by waxing. Getting rid of facial hair can be done through different methods such Continue reading Pros and Cons of Waxing Your Face
Farting is a very natural thing in human beings and animals. Despite the fact that it is natural, it is something that you would not want to happen especially when you are in the company of other people. This is one of the main reasons people opt to hold in the fart for some time and wait until they are all alone so that they can relieve themselves and release the fart. This is a very normal urge due to etiquette reasons but the big question comes in when we start pondering if holding the fart is good for your health.
It is not secret that omega-3 is a necessary nutrient often found in great quantity and better quality in only certain foods, the best of which are fish and flax seeds. Continue reading
Have you ever noticed that on the recommended nutritional label that Sugar does not have a percent next to it? Continue reading
Researchers at Kingston University have found that leaving your bed unmade may actually prevent the growth of bed bugs. The researchers have discovered that dust mites are unable to thrive in a bed left unmade, due to the warm and dry conditions it creates. In fact, Dr Stephen Pretlove of the School of Architecture at Kingston University is among several specialists advocating for Britons to leave beds unmade (1). They believe this will help banish these mites from their houses, therefore lessening the occurrence of asthma and other allergenic conditions.
With a whopping 33 grams of sugar per serving, soda is easily the most common source of processed sugar in American diets. On any given day, half the people in the United States consume at least one 12oz serving (one can) of soda. One in four Americans consume more than 200 calories a day from drinking soda, with 5% consuming more than 500 calories from soda each day (1). Soda has been proven to cause diabetes, heart disease, cancer, gout, tooth decay, liver damage, and all other problems associated with obesity. So why is soda so unhealthy?
According to the CDC and Cancer.org, the second leading cause of cancer death with men is prostate cancer (1, 2). In 2015, there over 220,000 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States alone (2). This is a very large portion of males in the United States and makes prostate cancer a very serious problem. So serious that 1 of every 38 men will die from prostate cancer (2). With that being said, there is some uplifting news in the cancer research field, and it has to do with the amazing pomegranate fruit.
Research has long supported with evidence that being overweight or obese increases your chances of heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, etc. Sedentary lifestyles with poor diets has been a huge contributing factor to the increasing pandemic of obesity. Continue reading
A new report from Oxford University which followed over one million people has found that obesity trims off years of life expectancy (1). People with severe obesity lost as much as 10 years of life expectancy. Continue reading