As much as I am inspired and impressed by modern medical and scientific advancements—nanotechnology, laparoscopic surgery, and genome sequencing to name a few—I’m also a bit shocked by the fact that we haven’t yet mastered some of the basics. Take human anatomy for instance. Yes, we’ve identified the 26 bones of the foot and the ventricles of the brain, but when it comes to deciphering the female urogenital tract, scientists are still at the drawing board. In fact, they have the same questions you might—does the G-spot exist, and if so, where the heck is it?
It seems there's always a new miraculous aphrodisiac that promises to make your sex better. The truth? There's no scientific evidence suggesting a single true aphrodisiac. But that doesn't mean you can't give your drive a quick start. Rev your engine with these natural aphrodisiacs—and steer clear of the myths.
Thousands of Catholics flocked to see the Pope on his recent U.S. tour. But, if you’re like me—a heathen with a penchant for traveling—you’d much rather enjoy the pomp and grandeur of religion by flocking to holy sites, not holy men. The following religious sites are culturally, architecturally, and spiritually fascinating; most are open to both faithful and secular, and none will leave you wanting a man of the cloth.
We've all found ourselves internally panicking when we sit next to a coughing co-worker or shake hands with someone with a cronic case of the sniffles at one time or another. We don't have time to get sick, but luckily, theres is a simple and painless medicine that can stop the cold before it starts: Food. Incorporate these delicious and nutrient-packed foods into your everyday meals and you can kiss your fears of the common cold goodbye.
We all know how beneficial working out can be–but did you know it can also improve your sex drive and sex life?
It’s the return of the school year, and parents are now faced with the perennial dilemma: w
Although the most noticeable side effect—and a big reason why many women stop taking the pill—is an increased chance of becoming pregnant, other changes in your body can occur after you stop taking birth control. Luckily, most of the symptoms are mild and last only a few months as your system adjusts and resumes its own production of hormones. Here’s what you can expect after you stop taking the pill.
No scientific researcher has spent time analyzing online dating pictures to come up with a unifying theory of what works, but some dating sites are testing their own theories.
Gain flexibility, tone your calves or increase core muscle strength — you decide. Choose from these five workouts to shape your body the way you want.
From prepping the grill to patting down patties, these tips will make you your friends go-to griller for all their summer BBQs.