|Sound and sex
NEUROSCIENTIST SETH Horowitz of Stony Brook University has been studying MRI scans to figure out how certain sounds trigger powerful emotions in the brain, reports CBS News.
The gardener and his flower
THE FIRST time Dwaine Scott hinted to Gillian Carr that he wanted to be more than friends, she answered him in a parable."I told him that I was like a flower in a garden that had recently been trampled on, so the flower needed time to blossom again...
Rape as a weapon of war leaves lasting trauma
PANZI, Congo (AP): THE TEENAGE girl with flowers in her hair crossed her tiny hands to keep them from trembling, and described how she was raped by 10 militiamen.
Personal debt and investing
HOW IS it that some people manage to put some money away, no matter how little they make, while others with higher incomes are severely in debt? Research into debt management shows that it has more to do with people's behavioural patterns...
The 'kept' man
A kept man. Boy toy. Call him what you will, some older women are doing what men have been doing from the beginning of time - finding themselves a little plaything to take them into their twilight years.
Get a leg up on summer - 6 moves to shapely legs
STEP OUT in that hot swimsuit with the fabulous legs that you've always dreamed of. Mark Whyte, personal trainer at the Sweat Shop Fitness Club, in New Kingston, and client Judith Ramgeet, demonstrate the basic exercises to achieve well toned legs.