Semen is “good for women”s health and helps fight depression” Range of chemicals in semen “promote mental well-being and feelings of affection”, say researchers
Study claims oral sex is 'good for women's health and reduces depression' Range of chemicals in semen 'promote mental well-being and feelings of affection', say researchers By Eddie Wrenn PUBLISHED: 12:40 GMT, 21 August 2012 | UPDATED: 18:45 GMT, 21 August 2012 Stimulating: Chemicals within semen can fight depression and 'increase affection' Oral sex is good for women's health and makes you feel happier, according to a study which studied the effects of semen's 'mood-altering chemicals'.
Testosterone makes women want to pleasure themselves rather than have sex | UPDATED: 16:59 GMT, 22 June 2012 Libido lift Women who had higher levels of testosterone were more likely to pleasure themselves It has long been assumed that men typically want to have sex more often than women because they have higher levels of testosterone.
Why meditation helps you focus: Mindfulness improves brain wiring in just a month Scientists saw improved brain connections after participants had just 11 hours of training | UPDATED: 10:51 GMT, 12 June 2012 Just a month of meditation training alters brain wiring in ways that could open the door to new treatments for mental disorders, research has shown.
Babies left to cry stay unhappy hours afterwards as stress hormone remains high | UPDATED: 00:20 GMT, 24 May 2012 Don't be fooled: Babies continue to be unhappy for hours after crying as the levels of stress hormone cortisol remain high, but just keep quiet about it, a study has found (file picture) It is a blissful moment for any parent, when a once fractious baby finally learns to fall asleep without a murmur.
“Watching Manchester United nearly killed me,” says female fan suffering from rare medical stress disorder58-year-old woman hit by anxiety and panic attacks Blood tests confirm rare and life threatening disorderShe must take daily medication for life The stress of watching her favourite football team in action nearly killed a woman blighted by a rare medical condition, doctors have revealed. A 58-year-old woman was forced to seek medical advice after she experienced severe anxiety and panic attacks while watching Manchester United matches. Tests confirmed that she suffered from “Addisonian crisis”, a rare and life threatening disorder caused by lack of the stress hormone cortisol