- The Sexier The Walk, The Further Women Are From Ovulation
A woman’s sexy walk is sure to get her admiring looks from the opposite sex, but it’s certainly not a sign that she’s ready to have babies, says a new study.
- Sneezing Into Sleeve Stops Germs Spreading
Traditional advice to cover the mouth and nose actually encourages the spread of disease, said Prof John Oxford, because viruses are easily spread through touch. He claims that by sneezing and coughing into the crook of the elbow or the sleeve, those with colds can minimise the spread of germs.
- Smoking Deaths To Double Worldwide By 2030
Tobacco-related deaths are expected to double to 10 million a year by 2030, with most fatalities in developing countries, a senior World Lung Foundation (WLF) official said on Friday.
- Want To Eat Better? Add More Color To Your Diet
The secret to youthful skin, healthy bones, sharp memory, and disease prevention can be found in your fridge. The more colorful your diet, the more antioxidants you get.
- Is Fear Of Gaining Weight Keeping Many Women From Trying To Quit Smoking?
Is a fear of getting fatter partly to blame for the fact that nearly one in five American women still smokes, and many don’t try to quit?