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January 2008


Bisexuality in women could be a lifelong sexual orientation, not a phase, a new study suggests. The finding runs counter to the idea that bisexuality is an experimental or transitional period for women who, for instance, are uncertain or have fear of commitment.

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We all make mistakes. If you think about it, most of us never got “beauty lessons” when we were younger and just got by on what we heard from our mothers, friends or magazine articles. Some of us are probably doing the same beauty routines from when we were 16 years old.

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Is he looking at me? Did she just smile at me? Flirting is fun and exciting, but did you know it is an essential part of our evolution, too?

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Everyone wants great sex, but how do you get it? It takes a lot of ingredients, such as having the right attitude, trusting your partner and getting over your hang-ups. Yet once you have the elements in place you can look forward to a more fulfilling sex life. From letting it happen, to desire and foreplay, psychologist Arlene Goldman, Ph.D., shows us the 10 keys to sexual bliss.

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Anything is possible when it comes to reshaping your body and your life. Take it from me. I was overweight and fat for most of my childhood and well into my adult years.

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Medical experts have compiled a checklist of seven signs that mothers and healthcare workers can use to identify severe illnesses in newborn infants requiring urgent treatment in hospital.

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Usually, “10 more minutes” is the cry of the habitual snoozer — thinking somehow those extra few minutes will make all the difference, but they don’t. In fact, 10 minutes is such a worthless little chunk of time that very little can be accomplished in such a short period, right?

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Lead in your lipstick? Mercury in your mascara? Recent headlines about harmful ingredients hiding in beauty products are enough to make even the vainest among us want to go back to the good old days of rubbing strawberries on our lips to make them red.

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People who drink moderately, exercise, quit smoking and eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day live on average 14 years longer than people who adopt none of these behaviors, researchers said on Tuesday.

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What if you were asked, at the very last second, to join your coolest office mates and head over to a happenin’ party after work? Would you be prepared to glam it up for the get-together?

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