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Pink Viagra Sham: Do Females Need A ‘Pink’ Drug To Enhance Libido?

Viagra

Is pink Viagra a sham? According to the Los Angeles Times, the Food and Drug Administration met with sexual medicine experts last month, debating the approval of a feminine libido medication… “pink” Viagra. While it has been said that women who don’t want to have sexual intercourse don’t actually have a biological problem, medicine experts… Read more »

New Study Links Trans Fat To Memory Loss In Younger Men

Trans fat has been linked to memory loss in men under 45 years old

Just in time to make you feel guilty about splurging on all those holiday party treats, a new study has revealed that the trans fat contained in processed foods such as cookies, chips and crackers may be doing more than expanding your waistline – it is damaging your memory too. According to USA Today, a… Read more »

FDA Approves Some Food Additives Other Countries Ban

Food Additives FDA Approves

For years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been approving food additives in products found in American supermarkets and local grocery stores claiming they are safe for consumption. However, many of the food additives the FDA approves in the U.S. other countries have banned, declaring they are not fit for human consumption, unhealthy,… Read more »

This Woman Has Up To 180 Orgasms In 2 Hours, Struggles With Arousal Disorder

Cara Anaya orgasms

Cara Anaya suffers from a rare medical disorder which forces her to experience up to 180 orgasms in just a two-hour period. BuzzFeed reports that the 30-year-old wife and mother suffers from Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD). Anaya was officially diagnosed with this disorder three years ago. She claims that she first started experiencing the… Read more »

Hugs: Four Reasons To Give More Of Them To Improve Your Health

hugs

When was the last time that you gave someone a really good hug? When was the last time that someone else gave you a really good hug? It seems as if, in today’s society, more and more people are becoming too accustomed to keeping their “personal spaces,” well…personal. The simple process of giving another person… Read more »

Marijuana Users Have Lower IQs Than Non-Pot Smokers, Study Shows

Marijuana Users Score Lower On IQ

Marijuana users have long touted the benefits of their mind-altering drug of choice, but a new study from the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences in the University of Texas at Dallas suggests that the “altering” part has nothing to do with adding points to the IQ. In fact, subjects who used marijuana frequently reported… Read more »

Woman Catches HIV From A Manicure, Used Shared Equipment

HIV manicure

A 22-year-old woman has been diagnosed with HIV after getting her nails done with shared manicure equipment. The Daily Mail reports that the woman did not have any of the usual risk factors associated with HIV, which (in most cases) is transmitted through having unprotected sex. According to a report found in the AIDS Research… Read more »

Celebrity Weight Loss Winners Christina Aguilera, Kendra Wilkinson, Missy Elliott Share Low-Carb Diet And Fitness Secrets! [Video]

Weight loss winners include Christina Aguilera

If you’re seeking weight loss motivation, consider looking to the stars. Among the newest celebrity slim-down sensations are Christina Aguilera, Kendra Wilkinson and Missy Elliott. After diligently dieting and exercising their way to newly sleek physiques, these celebrities are proudly sharing the results. For Missy Elliott, weight loss requires lifestyle additions and subtractions, revealed Us… Read more »

Alternatives To Antidepressants That Are Proven To Work

alternatives to antidepressants

More than one in 10 Americans take antidepressants, the primary type of medication used by people ages 18 to 44. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that antidepressant drugs constitute the most commonly prescribed medications in the U.S. They were the third most common prescription drug taken by Americans of all ages… Read more »

Marijuana Legalization Won’t Open Door to Autism Research

Marijuana

On Tuesday, Oregon, Alaska, and the District of Columbia all voted to legalize recreational marijuana, bolstering the prediction of experts such as Harvard professor emeritus Lester Grinspoon, MD, who has declared the end of the seventy-year American prohibition of marijuana “inevitable.” But despite this growing acceptance — medical marijuana is available in nearly half the… Read more »