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A Loving Relationship Found To Improve Heart Health

...nship with another person, whether it be a friend, lover or relative, lowers the risk of further heart attacks by 50 percent. This was true even after taking into account the severity of the first heart attack and other risk factors. Researchers suggest those people who do not have a close confidant may de...

"An Armour against pleasure, and a cobweb against infection" – Has the condom withstood the test of time

...ndoubtedly provide protection even the most famous lover of all, Casanova in the 17th century was using condom for both birth control and for protection against infection. The question now is that how much protection do they provide and how foolproof are they. The varieties of the Two types of male co...

Charlotte Church Warns kiss n tell girls not to flirt with Henson

...s kitten, when it comes to protecting her handsome lover Gavin Henson from the admiring glances of young ladies who drape themselves all over the rugby ace. // The singer, who recently confessed that she would rather quit singing forever than lose Henson, has reportedly admitted that she gets really annoy...

Cocaine Kates Lover Wants to Kick his Drug Habit

...r newspaper in a drugs and drink session with her lover Pete Doherty. She had earlier in her press releases denied that she had ever used drugs. Post revelation she lost many prestigious contracts and went on a five-month rehabilitation centre course at Arizona's Meadow Clinic. She even paid for Doherty...

Needed, more space for women's sexual identity on marquees

...younger Rishi Kapoor because he resembles her dead lover and "Saaz" had the atypical idea of a mother (Shabana Azmi) and daughter (Ayesha Dharker) falling in love with the same man (Zakir Hussain), who loves the older woman but the relationship has to be ended. The only film with a so-called 'odd' pairing...

Mobile Phone Messages Assists in Unraveling Murder Mystery

...heir undoing and helped// nail a new bride and her lover in the crime. The murder last Sunday of 30-year-o...akshmi had made a stream of telephone calls to her lover preceding the crime, all of which came in handy and helped the accused admit to the murder. The tw...

First Gay Man Prosecuted On the Charges of Infecting His Lover with HIV

...prosecuted for intentionally infecting his live in lover with HIV and a warrant was issued to arrest him.// He failed to appear at court and the Judge Jonathan Lowen told Isleworth Crown Court that the 47-year-old businessman would be sentence in his absence. He is facing a lengthy jail sentence for inf...

Whet your appetite with “Mindless Eating”: A gourmet's deligh!

...reat reading//,that will surely satiate every food lover through out the year. It is a full course meal, daubed in rich, saucy humor, without compromising on common sense and achievable goals. Brian Wansink is the brain behind this unique literary piece, who is also the director of the Cornell University ...

Are Oysters Really Aphrodisiacs?

...why and if this occurs. Casanova, the 18th century lover who used to breakfast on 50 oysters, has been vindicated by a study that proves they really are aphrodisiacs. The team of American and Italian researchers analyzed bivalve mollusks - a group of shellfish that includes oysters - and found they were...

Friend’s Love Turns Out to Be Gay Admiratio

...s a book written by David Pitts. Larry Quirk was a lover of Billings, who was a closet gay.// Quirk told author David Pitts: “Lem Billings was a close friend of Late US president John F. Kennedy and was infatuated with him but never took it further.” "There was a sexual element to his attraction to Ke...

More Than Humour or Great Look It is the Kissing Skills That Work Wonders!

....com reveals that one in three Brits have dumped a lover because they were a miserable kisser. Eight out of the ten people who answered the questionnaire given by the website said that being a bad kisser was likely to mean the end of a relationship. This was followed by using the tongue too much, havin...

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