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Eating hot peppers may reduce your rate of diabetes, according to a Chinese study. Scientists found that people who reported eating the spiciest chilli had better insulin response than those who avoided it.
Low levels of vitamin D could increase your risk of prostate cancer, reports a study by the Northwestern University in the US. Chow down on more salmon, juice, and cereal to avoid deficiency of the nutrient, guys!
A year-long study published in The Journal Of Sexual Medicine found that stressed-out young women (aged 18 to 20) have sex more often. Those under pressure were likely to make love more frequently (43 per cent of them). So it's not always a bad thing when she's looking grumpy, gents..
It might be better to let that bug in your living room live after all. A study in the International Journal of Epidemiology reveals tha using pesticides may raise your risk of Parkinson's Disease. If you must go the toxic option, remember to wear gloves and goggles.
Wake up, work out, have breakfast – that’s the most effective morning routine to strip fat from your middle, found a UK study. Exercising in a fasted state burns up to 20 per cent more fat. Now go set your phone alarm.
There’s one act that practically all ladies loathe: Fingering like you’re digging for change in a coin jar. The main problem: Her vagina is super-sensitive to scrapes and scratches, so your well-intentioned poking can wind up doing more harm than good. Give her a helping hand by making sure your nails are trimmed. And take things slow.
Stop wasting time in the gym if you want to see a better physique in the mirror. Keep rests under five minutes to stop your temperature from dropping. Getting cool inhibits your performance, says elite British fitness trainer James King. Ogle the babes only when you’ve finished your workout.