Wed | Jan 23, 2019

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Sex sometimes hurts – especially for women. In fact, research finds that some 30 per cent of women experience some pain during vaginal intercourse and about 72 per cent experience some pain during anal intercourse. Sex adviser Debra Herbenick...

Abnormal vaginal bleeding is any bleeding which occurs outside of a normal menstrual flow. This includes spotting small amounts of blood between periods or extremely heavy periods.  Normal vaginal bleeding or menstruation occurs every 21 to 35...

Understanding fitness-related measurements makes health goals much easier to accomplish. In fact, one should never start any fitness programme without an understanding of how these measurements affect training, nutrition and results. Here are three...

People suffering from anxiety and depression may be at higher risk for developing other major health conditions, like heart disease, suggests new research, perhaps at levels comparable to smoking and obesity ­ though the ‘perhaps’ in this case is significant...

Posture does not often appear among New Year's fitness goals. This is unfortunate because posture provides a detailed description of the health of muscles and joints. It also affects health and performance significantly and is likely to be...

Did you know that broken- heart syndrome is a real thing, and no one is immune to it? It is typically brought on by intense emotional or physical stress. And it can feel just like a heart attack. Let's explain. When someone experiences a heart...

By this time next week, millions would have started their two-week annual foray into the world of fitness. New Year's resolution fresh in their minds and no clear goal other than wanting to look like an Instagram model, most will abandon the...

And, I, Alfred of the tribe of Dawes, in the third year of my sojourn in the savanna by the sea saw these things of which I speak; not for sake of visions from The Most High, but through the wisdom that He hath granted to me and all who hath eyes to...

With Christmas just behind us and the New Year only days away, the holiday celebrations are far from over. Which means that alcohol in all its forms will continue to flow as we all prepare to bid farewell to the old and ring in the new.But try not...

Recent research suggests that we consume around 3,000 calories in our Christmas dinner - more than the entire recommended daily intake for a grown man! This huge festive feast not only contributes to weight gain, but also to...
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