3 Women Reveal Exactly What It's Like To Squirt During Sex

Who isn’t a little curious about squirting? The topic has been hotly debated, with some researchers saying it’s just pee, and others saying it’s definitely something else.  Whatever the case, you’re probably wondering what it really feels like — and how you can experience it too. Here, three women open up about what it’s really like to squirt during sex. How […]

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How the secret to surviving cancer could be in YOUR medicine cabinet

How the secret to surviving cancer could well be inside your MEDICINE CABINET: One woman reveals her unusual battle against the killer disease Jane McLelland was diagnosed with aggressive cervical cancer aged just 35 The treatment failed and five years later the disease had spread to her lungs Doctors have her just a one in 20 chance of surviving for […]

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New drugs, test offer TB hope for millions

Thousands of scientists, activists and disease survivors Saturday wrap up a global conference on lung health dominated by the announcement of several breakthroughs in the battle against tuberculosis. The following is a round-up of developments in how doctors and aid workers are tackling the world’s deadliest infectious disease. Miracle drug Some strains of TB—a severe lung infection that can spread […]

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Why You Should Take Your Kid on Vacation as Often as Possible

The author’s family at Navy Pier I’ll be the first to admit that the thought of taking my 2-year-old anywhere other than the grocery store gives me a mild amount of anxiety. Even relatively simple jaunts to museums and the grandparents’ houses require a ridiculous amount of planning, packing, and forethought, and quite frankly, sometimes I just don’t want to […]

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Decorative Contact Lenses a Danger at Halloween, Any Time

SATURDAY, Oct. 27, 2018 — Colorful or unusual-looking contact lenses are popular at Halloween, but they could harm your eyes, vision experts warn. “Decorative contact lenses may seem like a fun costume accessory, but if you’re not careful, they can cause serious eye and vision problems,” said Samuel Pierce, president of the American Optometric Association (AOA). “Many people mistakenly believe […]

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5 tips on how best to use honey

Honey exhibits antibacterial and antiviral effect, helps with colds, has a beneficial effect on the respiratory system and promotes fast recovery. In the season of rampant infections this product is simply irreplaceable. However, to use honey to properly. If you want that honey brought maximum benefit to the body, listen to the recommendations of the experts on healthy nutrition. In […]

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How establishing a baking ritual helped boost my wellbeing

It was a photograph of perfectly turned out sourdough on my Instagram feed that inspired me to have a go at making my own bread. "It's just flour and water," the caption read, inviting me and thousands of other followers to give the art of breadmaking a crack. With great anticipation I prepared a starter, a balanced mixture of water […]

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'Bloody awesome': how melatonin is helping children fall asleep

Many parents will be only too familiar with the problem of children tossing and turning for hours before they finally go to sleep. Rather than put up with it, a growing number of families are turning to prescribed melatonin to help children fall asleep. For many it’s a revelation. “It’s amazing!” said Alison Guille from Beverly Hills in Sydney, whose […]

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Music may help against epilepsy

According to scientists from Ohio state University (USA), the brains of people with epilepsy in a special way responds to music compared to people without this disease. Researchers believe that the music for patients with epilepsy can be used as a method of therapy that complements traditional treatment. Scientists explain that in most cases (80%) the development of epilepsy cause […]

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