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Scientists in Australia say that masturbation can stave off illness! The study showed that regular flicking the bean and spanking the monkey can prevent cancer, diabetes, and depression. Of course, it does have that added risk of carpal tunnel.
Gmail has a new ?undo? button that let?s users ?unsend? emails. The option gives you just 30 seconds to make the decision once enabled. It will hopefully allow users to take-back those few ?accidently? sent emails.
An eerie new commercial from Greenpeace threatens to cancel christmas. Part of the organization?s Save The Arctic campaign, it features a disheveled santa, played by Downton Abbey?s Jim Carter, warning people of the North Pole?s failing conditions. The star hopes it will encourage people to be more proactive about saving the arctic.
Police wiretaps released Wednesday have provided a slew of new information about crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. Newsbreaker gives you the ?Top Five Things You Need To Know? about the evidence brought forward. Evidence that includes conversations about the Mayor?s heroin use, his potential involvement in a murder, and his former disreputable tactics in the office.
Amanda Bynes was released from rehab Wednesday morning, into the custody of her mother. The former-Nickelodeon star was admitted in July for treatment regarding both bipolar and schizophrenia disorder. Byne?s attorney told People Magazine that the actor and her family are thankful for friends and fans that have sent well-wishes during her recovery.
Broadcast legend Larry King reflects on his own time spent with the late, former South African president Nelson Mandela. King knew Mandela both as a leader and a personal level, having met him several times. He says he will be remembered as an ?extraordinary human being.?
World leader and political icon Nelson Mandela passed away in his Johannesburg home Wednesday. The first Black South African President spent 27 years in prison for his anti-apartheid efforts. He is a symbol of racial reconciliation and tolerance. Rest in peace, Mandela.
A woman accidently live-tweeted her husband?s death. Caran Johnson regularly tweets traffic updates under the handle @scancouver- but when she tweeted about an accident earlier this week, she had no idea her husband was the victim until she realized he wasn?t answering his phone. She ended her tweet series with the haunting realization, ?it?s him. he?s dead.?
Study shows men and women over the age of 80 still have an active sex life. A quarter of couples between 75 and 85 are still having sex and a third still participate in oral pleasure as well. The most common reason for lack of sex among the age group is lack of a partner.The study also found that half of the over-50 population experiences sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction.
Sex sells! But, only to men. A new study shows women aren?t as easily lured by sex in advertising, unless it?s about something expensive. This is because psychologically women see sex as something more special and intimate, or at least more intimate than eating a cheeseburger.
Drinking red wine comes with health benefits! The resveratrol in the drink helps prevent age-related muscle deterioration and slows the growth of blood vessels. It?s also been proven to prevent heart disease- so drink up!
New study produced by Condomania is sizing up penis? around the country. It found men with the largest packages live in North Dakota. The men not sizing up reside in Mississippi.
Zack Snyder has found his Wonder Woman. Gal Gadot has been cast as the iconic female super hero in the latest installment in the DC comic series. The film will also feature Henry Cavill as Superman and Ben Affleck as Batman. It is also sparking rumors that DC will attempt to mega-franchise it?s universe, much like Marvel has already done.
The History Channel has announced another religion-based project after the unexpected success of it?s miniseries ?The Bible? earlier this year. Produced by masters of horror Eli Roth and Eric Newman, it will explore Jesus Christ as an Exorcist. It takes on the icon?s life story, ages 13-30, a period missing from the New Testament.
Rumors circling around the new Apple iPhone?s security features. The tech giant was awarded a patent that includes facial detection and recognition. Apple applied for the patent two years ago along with Android and many assume it will be part of the latest iPhone, expected in Spring 2014.
Pope Francis revealed to a suburban Rome church that he was once a nightclub bouncer. The pontiff was candid with the clergy, speaking his teenage part-time jobs and how he goes about his day-to-day responsibilities. He also revealed that he?s sometimes privy to a little stage fright before mass.
?Foreclosed Upon Pets International? is sending homeless dogs to Canada. There?s a huge population of abandoned pets in Nevada, leading to high rates of euthanization to deal with the issue. The project hopes to let more dogs find homes in the doggie-promised land, Canada.
SELFIE-ESTEEM ISSUES?: Study Suggests Facebook is Responsible for Girls? Body Image Problems official
Teens who allocate a majority of their time online to Facebook photos are more likely to develop eating disorders. Seeing countless images of certain body shapes leaves girls dissatisfied with their own appearance. This is turn can lead to severely low self-esteem and eventually, eating disorders.
Facebook started rolling it?s new ?unfollow? button Monday. The option lets users block certain updates from their newsfeed, without actually ?defriending? the annoying poster. The site hopes it will help to tailor newsfeeds to the user?s prefered information.
A scientific break-through has developed an effective and safe form of birth control for males. The pills showed 100% infertility in mice trials and left remaining sperm undamaged. 50% of women, however, say they wouldn?t trust a man to take it anyway.