It's official: Condoms DON'T make sex less enjoyable Men did not find it difficult to maintain erections when putting on condoms, according to a U.S studyExperts hope message will help stem tide of sexually transmitted infections By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 05:16 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:36 GMT, 23 January 2013 Men and women enjoy sex just as much with condoms as they do without, according to a study.
Forget Trip Advisor, now HOSPITALS are asking whether we'd recommend them to family and friends From April, every NHS patient in England will be asked to give feedback on their stayGovernment hopes the move will improve standards Patients will be able to vote online, by text or by post | UPDATED: 15:26 GMT, 5 October 2012 Feedback: Departing hospital patients will be asked to rate their experience and whether they would recommend their ward Hospital patients are to be asked whether they would recommend their ward to friends and family, under new government guidance issued yesterday.
Could using LESS salt be bad for your health | UPDATED: 21:38 GMT, 16 July 2012 Firm message: For the last decade we've been told to cut salt The need to reduce the amount of salt in our diets has been one of the most powerful public health messages of the past decade.
“I love abusing this kid”: Mother “videoed assault and torment of ten-month-old baby and sent it to child”s father” | UPDATED: 22:25 GMT, 27 June 2012 A mother is accused of tormenting and abusing her ten-month-old baby, videoing the assaults and sending it to the baby”s father, according to police.
“Choose which one of your children will die”: The chilling email sent to Tory MP Louise Mensch by internet troll. Frank Zimmerman, 60, refused to attend court where he was found guilty in his absence of sending the menacing message
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Number of sex infections in over-45s doubles in 10 years due to rising divorce ratesCases of chlamydia and herpes doubled in 10 yearsOne in five adults receiving HIV treatment is at least 50 Sex infections are soaring among the over-45s because rising divorce rates mean more older people are having unprotected sex.