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Study: Tattoos Can Cause Serious, Long-Term, Adverse Reactions

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Whether it’s a skull, cross, rose, or mom’s name in a thorn bush wrapped around the bicep, about one quarter of American adults have a tattoo. But a new study says about one out of every 10 inkers does not anticipate something that can come along with them: a severe, ongoing skin reaction.

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Can Alcohol Really Be Part Of A Healthy Lifestyle?

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It seems there’s a new headline every week touting a reason why drinking alcohol (in moderation) is good for health. But according to researchers from University College London, the benefits of alcohol consumption may be severely overstated.

For the study, published in the British Medical Journal, researchers analyzed data on the drinking habits of 52,891 adults who were interviewed about their average weekly alcohol consumption, as well as how much they drank in one day. Researchers found “little to no” health benefits of drinking alcohol, regardless of how much or little someone drank; any protective benefits of alcohol seemed limited to men between ages 50 and 64, and women age 65 and over.

Their reasoning: Previous research may have been skewed by selection bias. For example, former drinkers — some of whom were once heavy drinkers — were lumped in with people who had never been drinkers and labeled as “non-drinkers,” which could affect the results.

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Can Alcohol Really Be Part Of A Healthy Lifestyle?

#alcohol 

It seems there’s a new headline every week touting a reason why drinking alcohol (in moderation) is good for health. But according to researchers from University College London, the benefits of alcohol consumption may be severely overstated.

For the study, published in the British Medical Journal, researchers analyzed data on the drinking habits of 52,891 adults who were interviewed about their average weekly alcohol consumption, as well as how much they drank in one day. Researchers found “little to no” health benefits of drinking alcohol, regardless of how much or little someone drank; any protective benefits of alcohol seemed limited to men between ages 50 and 64, and women age 65 and over.

Their reasoning: Previous research may have been skewed by selection bias. For example, former drinkers — some of whom were once heavy drinkers — were lumped in with people who had never been drinkers and labeled as “non-drinkers,” which could affect the results.

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Handshake

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Discover just how long you’re really supposed to shake, and the country where you should never use your left hand to greet people.

You probably shake at least a couple hands a day, but did you ever wonder what really goes into a simple “put ‘er there”?

Surprisingly, plenty of researchers have. Most recently, a group of Israeli scientists used hidden cameras to discover that men were more likely to sniff their right hands within 60 seconds of shaking with another guy. 


Why would you sniff your hand? Everyone exudes chemicals from their skin. And these chemicals rub off during a handshake. Even though you’re not conscious of it, your brain can pick up information about what the other person is feeling—like whether he’s nervous or happy—from sniffing his skin chemicals.

In this way, you may get a gut feeling about a guy’s emotional state even if he looks calm and collected.

Naturally, the new study prompted us to dig for more wild handshake facts. Here are six of the best.

You shake to show you’re unarmed.

While a lot of history is educated guesswork, the dominant theory on handshakes is that the custom began as a way to show whoever you were greeting that you didn’t have any weapons. 

A weak shake could stall your career.

Hiring managers view job candidates with a firm handshake as more outgoing and capable than those with a weak grip.

You can shake to make people like you.

Almost any human-to-human interaction goes more smoothly if people first shake hands.

(Everything from how you stand to what you say influences how people see you. Here are 13 Insanely Simple Ways to Be More Likeable.)

You could tick some people off if you shake with your left hand.

In many parts of Asia and the Middle East, people use their left hand to wipe themselves—often without the benefit of toilet paper. That means touching someone with your left hand—for example, gripping a guy’s hand in both of yours during a handshake, or touching his arm with your left hand while shaking—is a big-time offense in certain regions.

You should only shake for 2 seconds at most.

While people are put off by an uncomfortably long handshake, a too-quick shake gives the impression the speedy shaker is arrogant or disinterested.

You don’t have to be a psychic to read palms.

At the start of a shake, offering your hand with your palm up communicates honesty and receptiveness—but also submissiveness.
Meanwhile, extending your hand with your palm down sends the message that you’re in charge. When in doubt, just stick your hand out straight.


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Is There An Ideal Number Of Times You Should 'Do It' Each Week?

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When feeling upset after comparing your sexual activity to your friends, keep in mind your frequency can easily be a discussion between you and your partner. 

We’re often told that a happy and healthy sex life isn’t about a number — it’s about two mutually satisfied partners. But just like aiming for drinking eight glasses of water each day, it’s only natural to wonder if there’s a baseline we should observe for our sex lives, too.

According to couples psychotherapist and certified sex therapist, studies have found that “happy couples have sex three to four times per week.” But she cautions couples to be wary of the results, which may only survey snippets of respondents’ time together. “These polls may not take in the total picture of a couple’s life — think early marriage, pregnancy, having young children, or having a job that requires travel — and may cause perfectly happy couples to feel inferior or worried that they’re not doing enough.”

Sometimes it doesn’t even take a study to make us feel sexually inferior, like we’re competing to hit that healthy number. For example, when you gather with your girlfriends for a girls’ night out and one confesses she had sex five times last week, while you haven’t got it on for a few weeks — you can feel like you’re missing the mark with your own husband.

"My ideal is to have a couple talk frankly about how much they’d like to be intimate, and negotiate how and when they could make that happen,". The number you come up with in a discussion with your spouse is the right number for you.


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Study: Tattoos Can Cause Serious, Long-Term, Adverse Reactions

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Whether it’s a skull, cross, rose, or mom’s name in a thorn bush wrapped around the bicep, about one quarter of American adults have a tattoo. But a new study says about one out of every 10 inkers does not anticipate something that can come along with them: a severe, ongoing skin reaction.

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A Woman's Real Take On Average Penis Size

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I recently read a study that attempted to determine the average length of the erect penis by examining upwards of 15,000 men. These intrepid, probably very-interesting-at-a-dinner-party researchers determined that the average penis size is exactly 5.16 inches.

What I gather from friends and internet commenters is that dick measuring is an ongoing fascination , because plenty of men still just want to know what the “right” size is?

I’ve got two answers.

Answer One: 5.16 inches is fine. Based solely on anecdotal evidence from my vast network of promiscuous acquaintances, a little more or less in that general neighborhood works best for most people—men and women—who enjoy penetrative sex with penises. We’re kind of programmed to want what is “average.” And an average penis fits well in an average vagina and an average butt and an average mouth and an average whatever else.

Which leads us to Answer Two: you should really not give an eff about your dick length, average or otherwise. Do your best not to obsess over it—particularly in the context of whether or not a woman will like it.

Here’s why: You know those lotion companies that try to sell lotion to women by telling them that all bodies are beautiful? We eat that stuff up because we are sick of being told that everything about the flesh prison we were born into is bad and wrong. And that’s just one of a billion contexts in which women, tired of being inculcated with self-loathing by corporations and culture at large, have begun the painful process of reclaiming our innate sense of worth.  

It’s your turn. Wrest the physical standards you have for your body from other people and the advertising industry. Tune out all the dumb shit that people say about masculinity and size and whether or not buying the right toothpaste will let you fuck a model. Fall in love with your penis!

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Dilation and curettage (D&C) Procedures May Raise Risk of Preterm Birth: Study

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A widely used gynecological procedure may increase the risk of preterm delivery in future pregnancies, a new study suggests.

Dilation and curettage (D&C) is one of the most common minor surgeries in obstetrics and gynecology. It is used in cases of miscarriage and abortion, among other reasons.

While generally considered safe, previous research has found that D&C is associated with some rare but serious side effects, including tears or punctures in the cervix or uterus, infection and bleeding.

Although this study found an association between D&C and preterm birth, it cannot prove a cause-and-effect relationship.

The results suggest the need for caution in the use of D&C in cases of miscarriage and abortion. 

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Sex Question-How Can I, Blow My Partner Mind With My BJ Technique? 

1. Wetter is better: Utilize your tongue, lips, and hands to provide a full experience. Go back and forth between sucking on him like a straw and bobbing your head up and down his shaft.

2. Deeper is not always better: The head is the most sensitive area, and therefore should get the most attention. Wrap your lips around the tip of his penis, and use your hands (and spit) to caress his shaft. Every once in a while, swirl your tongue around the head.

3. Get into it:  If you don’t look like you’re enjoying it, then he isn’t going to enjoy it either. Treat it like it’s the most delicious Popsicle you’ve ever had, and make eye contact with him every once and a while. Trust me, guys are all about eye contact and enthusiasm.

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