A new sex gadget to help men beat erectile dysfunction and maintain an erection for up to 12 hours could be available on the NHS within a few years. The device, developed with the help of urologists and Professor Peter Ford of De Montfort University, took five years of research, and the company behind it is now in talks with the NHS to make it available on prescription. Tyna International Limited founder Richard Wylie, who suffers from erectile dysfunction himself, said the Stays-Hard had been created for the millions of men in the same position.
Deep down, all of us have this one insecurity about our bodies: That our toes aren’t hench enough. Just kidding (we hope), but if you do want a way of strengthening your toes, a gym machine now exists for that - this mini pilates machine. The ‘toe corrector’ claims to correct toe misalignment, improve bunions and strengthen your feet.
Chloe Roberts, 42 from Cardiff came up with the idea of LapBaby, a seating aid, which securely straps a baby onto an adults lap, freeing them up to use their hands while on maternity leave with her eldest child, now three.
The stickers send pulses that stimulate the nerves, blocking pain receptors and preventing pain messages from travelling to the brain. Period pain be gone. The gadgets makers claim it works faster than painkillers [Photos: Indiegogo/livia] The gadget’s makers claim it works even faster than painkillers, is super safe and doesn’t cause users any side effects.
Vanity Fair contributor Max Chafkin describes how "the most powerful man in business” came to believe in virtual-reality headsets. Credits: Filmed and Edited by Jeremy Elkin; Interview by Jon Kelly; Lighting by Greg Waszczuk; Audio by Miliken Gardner; Additional Footage by The Redner Group.