Smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke is tied to infertility in women and early menopause, according to a new study.
Or maybe you shouldn’t be giving gifts at all.
If there is a trend that university students are latching on to nowadays, it is getting a tattoo.
Human brains do not fit neatly into ‘male’ and ‘female’ categories but share a mix of male and female features, a study led by an Israeli researcher from Tel Aviv University said.
Men may prefer brains over breasts but when it comes to actually dating an intelligent woman, blokes are more likely to run a mile. At least, that’s the findings of a new study into into what men find desirable in women.
A volunteer firefighter from Mississippi whose face was burned off during a home fire rescue received the world’s most extensive face transplant, New York University Langone Medical Center said on Monday.
Working 55 hours or more per week is linked to a one third greater risk of stroke compared to a 35-40 hour work week, according to research published this week.
Yes, there’s yet another great perk from drinking coffee, and even though it directly affects men, I think many women will benefit from it as well.
Now readers of Playboy, the glossy men’s magazine known for its nude fold-outs, can honestly say they are buying the magazine for its articles.
Pack away the flannel pajamas: A handful of studies and surveys show sleeping naked could actually be good for you. Six reasons why you should consider it:
Breastfeeding moms shamed for multitasking while nursing
As I explain in my book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, in spiritual terms, success is measured by how efficiently, how effortlessly, we co-create with the universe. Hard work, struggle, and frustration are the opposite of what the ancient sages taught, they knew that spirit lies at the source of all achievement in life.
Workers who are victims of bullying on the job may become more likely to contemplate suicide than people who don’t experience a hostile office environment, a Norwegian study suggests.
One girl’s attempt to lose weight with green tea severely harmed her health
Teens who drink energy drinks a lot are more likely to get head injuries than those who don’t consume the highly caffeinated beverages, a new study from Canada suggests.
Dr E N Kamuri, a dermatologist based at Kenyatta National Hospital has dismissed the belief that sperms serve as a remedy for acne. Terming it the most ridiculous myth ever, the dermatologist said, “That’s misleading. It is lie. I have heard of it before from my patients, but trust me, it does not work.”
A US pastor committed suicide six days after his name was exposed by hackers of the Ashley Madison adultery website, his wife told CNN Wednesday.
Men who have an orgasm a day are lowering their risk of developing prostate cancer.
Psychologists have claimed teenage girls make friends by snogging boys, but lose them if they choose to have sex.
Have you ever sat back and wondered what is happening to your brain when you’re watching an adult film? Didn’t think so.
Eating in moderation, drinking a glass of good wine every day and avoiding chasing women are the secrets of a long life, Belgians Pieter and Paulus Langerock, the world’s oldest living twin brothers, say.
Adventure. Zanzibar is a group of islands – two large islands –Ungoja and Pemba plus other small islands. The beautiful island features an entire eastern coast and miles of sandy pristine beaches. If you are a beach or sun lover, Zanzibar is your destination. Here are reasons you should plan a visit.
Hundreds of skeletons from a medieval graveyard have been discovered beneath Cambridge University in England.
Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen , "Mujahideen Youth Movement" or "Movement of Striving Youth", more commonly known as Al-Shabaab meaning "The Youth" or "The Youngsters", is a jihadist terrorist group based in Somalia, especially in Southern. Kenya Republic is still struggling with this group for long time since it entered fighting with them.
Archaeologists say they’ve discovered what they believe to be a Nazi hideout in the middle of an Argentinian jungle.
On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9 earthquake struck northeast Japan, unleashing a humanitarian and nuclear disaster. Four years later, Japan commemorates the casualties of that day and those who continue to suffer.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has turned 91 today, making him the oldest head of state on the planet - Biography
The supreme leader, commander-in-chief of the armed forces, first secretary of Zanu-PF, president of the Republic of Zimbabwe, chair of the African Union and Southern African Development Community, and sole Zanu-PF presidential candidate for the next elections – hopefully to be held in 2018 – turns 91 on Saturday.
Valentine’s Day History: How Did It All Begin? Discover 5 Surprising Facts How It Became One Special Day!
There are different versions of Valentine’s Day History that seemed vague and rooted to imaginary backgrounds. It’s far from what we celebrate today- chocolates, flowers, hugs and kisses for someone you love. But how did the real Valentine’s Day history begin?
To mark international day of zero tolerance for female genital mutilation, Miriam Jerotich tells how her mother gave her the freedom to define her own identity
The Prince was racked with doubts about his doomed marriage, according to the unauthorised biography, and apparently said he was "desperate
Her legend may be altered by storytellers but they will all say she is a Hero! Her deeds are inspiring, and role model to most of Rwandan girls.
King Mutara III Rudahigwa Charles Léon Pierre was born in 1911. He was the son of King Yuhi IV Musinga and Nyiramavugo Kankazi Redegonde. He became the King on November 16, 1931 after his father was overthrown on November 13, 1931.
A Rwandan author Francine Umutesi has released a book titled “Forgiveness the Rwandan Way”.