Thursday, 23 March 2017

Features

So I Learnt From My Husband To Be A Good Wife

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So girls mostly think that marriage is a cup cake and life would be easy once you’re married, but what is the basic and important element that makes the two a little uneasy? That’s patience my friends. So what do we trade in this relationship? Is it only love? Or ...

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Scientists solve mystery behind Mona Lisa’s smile

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Scientists have finally answered the most debatable question: whether the Mona Lisa is smiling or not? It turns out, the Mona Lisa, immortalised by Leonardo Da Vinci in 1503, is smiling! This is according to researchers from the University of Freiburg, who tested survey participant reactions to portraits. The team digitally ...

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Unusually hot or cold weather could affect babies’ weight

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RESEARCHERS found that women who experienced unusually hot or cold weather during pregnancy were at increased risk for having babies with a low birth weight, even when the baby was not born prematurely. Given that global climate change is expected to lead to an increase in extreme weather events, including ...

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New AIDS vaccine ‘cures’ 5 patients without drugs

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New AIDS vaccine ‘cures’ 5 patients, report claims A vaccine, developed by researchers in Spain, helped five HIV patients remain virus-free seven months after taking the treatment, a report claims. The treatment allowed the patients to stop taking regular antiretroviral (ARV) drugs. ARV drugs are the current method being used ...

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Are e-cigarettes the best way to kick your smoking habit?

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The last of the shishas have been extinguished in the capital, but at a swanky new retail outlet, well-heeled men lean over a wood-panelled counter, inhaling what appears to be smoke from small electronic devices. But as they are quick to clarify, it is not smoke, but vapour. Dense, white ...

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How to Stop Dating the Wrong People

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When it comes to your romantic past, the saying “history repeats itself” may feel especially relevant. That’s because it can be really tough (read: nearly impossible) to break old patterns and avoid falling for the same type of person, again and again. As a result, those relationships fizzle (or crash and burn) in similar ...

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New study shows we’re going to live a lot longer

A new study shows that Irish men and women can now expect to live well into their eighties. The research, carried out by scientists from the Imperial College London in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) published their findings in the Lancet today. Irish men born in 2030 will ...

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Exactly How To Have A G-Spot Orgasm

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Vaginal orgasms have been controversial ever since Freud insisted they were superior to clitoral Os, but one thing everyone seems to agree on is that they’re rare. Most research has found that, at most, only 20 to 25 percent of women have them, and one study in 2014 even suggested ...

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Valentine’s Day Special: A cynic’s view of love and romance

The last time Julia de Villepin ‘celebrated’ Valentine’s Day, she found herself turning as red as the roses she received. Out of anger and embarrassment. “He offered me a big bouquet of flowers. I appreciated the gesture, but I was ashamed; I hate being spotlighted.” Clearly, her man should have ...

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Women lose their mental sharpness in their 50s

Women’s brains start going downhill in their 50s – a decade earlier than previously believed, scientists have warned. On average the female mind loses up to 5 per cent of its sharpness between 50 and 60, researchers found. But they said the drop-off did not seem to be caused by ...

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