- Role reversal: When it's your turn to take care of your parents Savvy Living - Mon, Sep 24, 2012 5:34 PM PHT
Your financial responsibilities don’t stop at your own spouse and kids, you’ll have to work your parents’ needs into your portfolio as well. … More »
- 6 banking transactions that are just easier online Savvy Living - Mon, Sep 17, 2012 9:10 AM PHT
How does the online experience compare to the conventional banking experience? … More »
Just like your physical well-being, your investment account can benefit from a dose of discipline. … More »Forbes
- Pop art condoms aim to make safe sex cool in Kenya
The Center for African Family Studies (CAFS), a Nairobi-based NGO, hopes to encourage condom use in Kenya through a new campaign and a new line of colorful condom wrappers designed by Kenyan artist Michael Soi. The designs on the eye-catching wrappers are taken from paintings by Michael Soi, whose work is popular but also somewhat controversial in his home country. "Most people are actually very afraid of going to vendors in supermarkets and chemists to buy condoms because we are a fairly …
- Do you need an app to keep track of your sex life?
The latest step in the online sharing trend, Nipple lets users log the most intimate details of their sexual encounters, right down to what position they enjoyed, if any toys came into play and whether they reached orgasm or not. In an aim to encourage people to be more open when talking about sex, users are awarded "nipple points" for inputting intimate details via the site. …
- Sex: When standing alone makes you stand out
Whether it's running, mountain biking or competitive sports, the benefits of exercise go far beyond promoting heart health. According to a recent British study, vigorous exercise could even help you to avoid catching the flu next winter. Intense physical activity appears to stimulate the immune system, according to a study carried out by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and presented at National Science and Engineering Week, which took place in the UK last month. Around …
- Cutting back on salt has saved lives, study suggests
Have nutritional awareness campaigns had an impact on the UK population over the past decade? A reduction in daily salt intake is thought to be linked to a 40% reduction in the rate of mortality by heart attack or stroke in the UK, according to a scientific analysis of health data collected between 2003 and 2011. Carried out by researchers at the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine and the Queen Mary University of London, the study was based primarily on an analysis of data from the …
- Study: sleeping positions reflect quality of relationships
Whether a couple sleeps face to face or back to back, with or without physical contact, is a good indicator of relationship health, according to a study presented at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, which is taking place in the Scottish city through April 20. Couples who sleep closer together in their bed at night are more likely to be happy in their relationship. This is just one of the conclusions of the first study to examine correlations between sleeping positions and …
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