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Let’s talk sex: The science of your brain on dirty talk

One in five people in a new study admit that they have stopped sex cold because of the dirty talk.90% of the participants felt aroused by the right erotic talk with their partner.Dirty talk activates the erogenous zones of the brain: the hypothalamus and amygdala. By electrifying our most powerful sex organs, our brains, research has shown that provocative conversation has the ability to add serious sizzle to our sex lives. Yet, it's a highly subjective form of bedroom art that comes in many...
Tags: Europe, Sex, Relationships, Women, Communication, Vulnerability, United States, Innovation, Men, Medical Daily, Superdrug Online Doctor, Daryl Cioffi


Having A Lot Of Social Media Followers Could Actually Be Making You Sick

If you've noticed your breathing get a little more labored while scrolling through Facebook, you might not be imaging those symptoms. In fact, new research published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior found that the more friends a person had on Facebook, the more likely they were to develop an upper respiratory infection.If that seems like a weird coincidence, we don't blame you for thinking so. But prior research has connected social media with greater mental health problems like anxie...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Colorado, Regis University, Medical Daily, Jay P Campisi


Here's The Average Amount Of Sex People Are Having At Your Age

There's really no such thing as the "right amount of sex" that you should be having, but if you've ever wondered how you stack up amongst your peers, a study from the Kinsey Institute has your answer.Medical Daily reports that a recirculated study from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender suggests that age has something to do with how often you have sex.No real surprise here: 18-29 year olds were the age group that had the most sex, with an average of 112 times per ...
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"Black Kids Less Likely To Use Hard Drugs Than Whites, Still Go To Jail More"

The title of this post is the headline of this recent posting at Medical Daily providing a summary this new research paper titled "Health Disparities in Drug-and Alcohol-Use Disorders: A 12-Year Longitudinal Study of Youths After Detention" published in the American Journal of Public Health.  Here are excerpts from the summary: The United States is plagued with many forms of substance abuse, and youth leaving juvenile detention are especially vulnerable. Many think African Americans in this gro...
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Barbie evokes suffering in girls, scorn in teens and finally gets reshaped

Scholars have long documented the significance in young people’s lives of popular culture ideals. These ideals can come in many forms including fashion models, singers and actresses, video game characters and toys. In the case of dolls, research has revealed that girls form a relationship with favorite dolls in which they develop ideal selves in line with the characteristics of the doll. The dolls are a socializing agent, bringing in the ideals of the larger society to the girl’s private life. A...
Tags: Books, Body Image, Child Development, Barbie, Lammily, Social Psychology, Mattel, Ken, McDonald, Medical Daily, *Featured, Science & Medicine, Psychology & Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, How Fantasy Becomes Reality


Problem Solver Beer Tells How Much To Drink To Boost Your Creativity

mrspoonsi writes When you've been stuck on a problem or that creative spark just won't come, the chances are you've turned to a cup of coffee to get things moving. A quick java infusion can certainly help, but studies also suggest that alcohol can also have a positive impact on your creative cognition. University of Illinois Professor Jennifer Wiley determined that a person's "creative peak" comes when their blood alcohol level reaches 0.075, lowering their ability to overthink during a task. Me...
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