A new study finds that people are hard wired to turn their heads to the right when leaning in for a kiss, and men are more likely than women to initiate.
Researchers set out to see how hormonal levels in women are affected [Photo: Pexels]If you’re on the pill at the moment you’re most likely aware it comes with side effects. In fact, the term ‘side effects’ can feel like an understatement for what the combined pill can do to you; weight gain, nausea, depression – you name it. Not to mention the fact it has links to breast cancer. Research is ongoing into the link between breast cancer and the pill [Photo: Pexels]And now a recent study has revealed that it could be riskier than previously thought, as four out of seven commonly-prescribed pills were revealed to more than quadruple progestin (synthetic progesterone) levels in women.
Scientists have 'accidentally' discovered that a compound in breast milk could have cancer fighting properties.
Turns out the exercise bug could be catching. A new study has revealed that exercise could actually be contagious, particularly among women.
The $1.67 trillion global sportswear and athleisure market tends to focus on style and comfort, not on function. That leaves women without sports bras that support them.
Apparently, drinking wine is actually an excellent workout for your brain, and engages more parts of our grey matter than other human behaviour. According to The Independent, a leading neuroscientist from the Yale School of Medicine has said sniffing and studying a wine before we drink it requires “exquisite control of one of the biggest muscles in the body”. Dr Gordon Shepherd says that when you swirl the drink around your mouth, those muscles and taste receptors go to work which engages the brain more than listening to music or solving difficult maths problems.