Men who have sex more than twice a week were 45% less likely to develop cardiovascular disease compared to men with less sexual encounters.
The study published by the New England Research Institute analyzed more than a thousand men and found that sexual relationships have a protective effect on the heart of man, although not studied whether the benefit also applies to women.
Men between 40 and 70 years were volunteers for the Continue reading
It experienced an alcoholic addiction; others are infected but not by the urgency of needing tequila, but the urgency of having sex, masturbate or watch porn.
Ana Catarina Bezerra, recently won a court case in Brazil, which will allow you to masturbate in his office work and view pornographic material already suffering from a little known disease called “compulsion orgasmic”. Compulsion chemically alters cerebral cortex causing the person to seek an orgasm Continue reading
Patients with prostate cancer who perform strenuous physical exercise in small amounts, appear to decrease the risk of dying from the disease, suggests a new study published by the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Three hours a week of vigorous exercise such as tennis, swimming, jogging or biking is enough to improve the condition of those men with prostate cancer. But even moderate physical activity appears to lower the risk of dying from Continue reading
With the power of smell, dogs can sniff out and track almost any object, but a study shows that they are also able to detect colon cancer, Japanese researchers suggest.
Research of Kyushu University reports that a female labrador eight years called “Marine” is able to detect colorectal cancer among patients with 98% effectiveness. Marine was trained to rescue http://sexualidad.salud180.com/sexualidad/cancer-de-colon-puede-detectarse-por-olfato-de-labradorpeople, but now can detect 12 types of cancer via breath samples.
The aim Continue reading
Studies indicate that while attractive men do better while looking for work, attractive women may be facing obstacles when fighting for a job title, publishes The New York Times.
Economists at the University of the Negev in Israel sent more than 5,000 resumes over 2 my 600 employers seeking to fill a vacancy. Two identical applications in history were sent to each employer; with the only difference that one photograph of the Continue reading