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Pubic Hair Grooming Injuries Are Shockingly Common In U.S. Adults, Study Says

Pubic hair grooming injuries might not seem like a common reason to see the doctor, but a new study suggests otherwise, while underscoring the need to be careful when grooming “down there.” In a report on the new study, CBS News wrote that over a quarter of men and women who groom their pubic hair report various injuries, including cuts, ...

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Pubic Hair Grooming Injuries Are Shockingly Common In U.S. Adults, Study Says

Pubic hair grooming injuries might not seem like a common reason to see the doctor, but a new study suggests otherwise, while underscoring the need to be careful when grooming “down there.” In a report on the new study, CBS News wrote that over a quarter of men and women who groom their pubic hair report various injuries, including cuts, ...

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Energy Drinks May Lead To Cocaine Addiction Advises Recent University Study

Nearly 33 percent of young adults in the U.S. are at risk of being addicted to cocaine, take prescription medication for non-medical use, and become alcoholics. One in three people between the ages of 21 and 24 habitually consumes energy drinks, and a new study suggests they are more likely to abuse drugs or alcohol later in life. For the ...

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Opioid Crisis Study Finds Number Of Fatal Overdoses Actually Higher Than Officially Reported

The nation’s current opioid crisis may be worse than previously thought. According to a researcher at the University of Virginia, the number of overdose deaths from opioids is likely much higher than what is being reported. After reviewing thousands of death certificates issued between 2008 and 2014, Dr. Christopher Ruhm discovered deaths from opioids are 24 percent higher than current ...

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Brain Study: Woman Have Better Self-Control Than Man, But More Prone To Alzheimer’s

A recent study has found that women’s brains are wired to have more self-control and more active than men’s. However, the study also finds that women are more prone to depression and Alzheimer’s. The study was conducted by Amen Clinics, which has been working for more than 20 years with functional brain scans. In the recent study, the scientists analyzed ...

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Study Finds 90 Percent Of American Men Are Overfat, What Is The Difference From Overweight?

A recent study revealed that 90 percent of men in America are overfat. What does it really mean and what is the difference between overfat and overweight? The interesting result of the study was published in the Frontiers in Public Health journal on July 24 edition. According to the study, the global pandemic of overfat in the world has generated ...

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Finally, A Study That Proves Money Can Buy Happiness

It was recently revealed that delegating unpleasant tasks can increase a person’s happiness. This was tested against the expected joy of purchasing material objects. The study was performed by researchers at the University of British Columbia and Harvard Business School, and it tested whether consumers were more likely to experience joy when they purchased a possession versus spending their money ...

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Alcohol Reduces Diabetes Risk Says New Study From Denmark

Want to reduce your risk for diabetes? Try drinking alcohol a few times a week. A new study, published in the medical journal Diabetologia, suggests drinking alcohol three to four times a week will reduce the risk of developing diabetes. The research monitored the drinking habits of more than 70,000 Danish participants over a five-year period, from 2007 to 2012. ...

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Lack Of Sleep Leads To Bigger Waistlines, British Researchers Claim In New Study

New research suggests that among all of the dangers associated with a lack of sleep, a bigger waistline may be among the more overlooked risks, as well as a possible contributing factor to obesity. The research, which was published Thursday on the journal PLOS One, looked at the sleeping and eating habits of more than 1,600 adult men and women. ...

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Can Mac And Cheese Cause Birth Defects? A New Study Indicates So, And Organic Isn’t Any Safer

A new study indicates that mac and cheese may cause genital birth defects in boys. Also, it is reportedly being linked to learning and behavioral problems in older children. The popular processed food product has high levels of chemicals called phthalates, which are potentially harmful to human beings. According to The New York Times, phthalates can seep into food products ...

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