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Aug 17, 2012
Salman the Shirtless: The ultimate male fantasyThe ultimate straight guy pinup fantasy in India is not Sunny Leone or Poonam Pandey. It’s Salman Khan minus his shirt. The bigger irony: it’s a completely western gay porn star aesthetic.
Oct 28, 2011
Now, docs turn to muffins to diagnose diabetesGiving a "muffin test" to people at risk for diabetes might help doctors diagnose the disease and its warning signs.
Oct 08, 2011
Suffer from severe migraine? Try aerobics instead of drugsRegular aerobic exercise worked just as well as relaxation therapy or the antiepileptic drug topiramate in preventing migraine headaches in a Swedish trial.
Oct 06, 2011
Big tummy begone: Five easy tips to shrink that waistEverything we eat seems to go directly to our waist. Here are five foods that will shave inches of your waist — and to make it all stress-free, we've even added 15-minute recipes!
Sep 15, 2011
Lighting up can slow you down in the bedroomA US study suggests that smoking may be affecting the sexual health of men who consider themselves perfectly all right in bed.
Sep 08, 2011
Babies get their facial expressions in the wombA new study shows that babies develop emotions and expressions in the womb.
Sep 06, 2011
Early to bed means less nightmaresA new study states that sleeping late increased risks of having nightmares.
Sep 06, 2011
Women at risk of cancer 'should have ovaries removed'Ultrasound and blood test screening for ovarian cancer is not reliable and so if the disease runs in the family, women should operate it to lower their risk of developing tumours.
Sep 02, 2011
Health Buzz: Don't ditch that potato, it can reduce blood pressureThe latest health advisory tells us to eat more potatoes, warns of strokes at a young age, ties abortion to mental health issues, and faster walking speed to a longer life.
Aug 26, 2011
Ticking bomb: Half of US will be 'obese by 2030'One in every two American adults will be obese by 2030, adding hugely to the country's health costs, according to studies published on Friday that highlight the growing burden of the world's obesity pandemic.