Internet porn ruining the sex lives of an entire generation of young men

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Internet porn a serious problem as a new generation of men to lose their libidos 30 years sooner than expected.

Young men in their 20s apparently are increasingly having trouble in the bedroom — and it’s all because they’re addicted to pornography, according to a report in Psychology Today.

 

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‘Baby fever’ is real and men suffer from it too: study

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Overall, men still want sex rather than fatherhood.

 “Baby fever” — that sudden, visceral, and almost irresistible urge to have a baby — not only exists, it can be found in both men and women, according to a new study in the psychological journal Emotion.

 

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Blood test can determine fetal sex at seven weeks

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The test analyzes fetal DNA found in the mother’s blood and can establish sex weeks earlier than other options.

A baby’s sex can be determined as early as seven weeks into pregnancy by a simple blood test.  The test is highly accurate if used correctly, a finding that experts say is likely to lead to more widespread use by parents concerned about gender-linked diseases, those who are merely curious and people considering the more ethically controversial step of selecting the sex of their children.

 

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Study: Coffee, Exercise and Blowing Your Nose Can Trigger a Stroke

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Doctors have identified eight everyday activities, including drinking coffee, that often precede a stroke.

According to new research, everyday activities such as drinking coffee, energetic sex and even blowing one’s nose can burst blood vessels in the brain. Losing your temper and suffering a shock can also temporarily raise the risk of suffering a stroke among people who have aneurysms.

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Fewer Teens in the U.S. Are Having Sex

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Experts say this generation may be more cautious than their predecessors

Fewer teens and young adults are having sex, a government survey shows, and theories abound why. Experts say this generation may be more cautious than their predecessors, more aware of sexually transmitted diseases. Or perhaps the emphasis on abstinence in the past decade has had some influence.

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Couples Who Don’t Have Sex Before Marriage Have Happier and More Stable Relationships

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More than 2,000 married couples were questioned as part of a study by the Brigham Young University’s School of Family Life in Utah

Couples who do not have sex before marriage have happier more stable relationships and a more rewarding sex life, according to a new study.  Psychologists found that couples who waited until after their wedding night rated the stability of their relationships 22 per cent higher than those whose physical relationships developed earlier.

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