Nat Wilkins

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The truth about sex, lies and surveys

The Natsal study of British sexual behaviour produced some intriguing revelations. But should we believe them?<p>Men think about sex once every seven seconds. Or is it every five? One in 10 men is gay. Women think about <b>sex</b> far less often than men. When it comes to sexual fantasies, men tend to be more …

New contraceptive pill for men

A new pill for men could work as a temporary vasectomy and allow men to share the task of family planning without affecting their fertility, research suggests<p>A new contraceptive pill for men that won’t affect libido or virility could be developed.<p>The pill works by stopping sperm being released, …

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Scientists make lung cells from human stem cells - Futurity

Scientists have finally turned human stem cells into lung cells, and say the breakthrough paves the way for using a patient's own cells for lung …

Stem Cells

Striking differences in brain wiring between men and women

Male brains facilitate connectivity between perception and coordinated action. Female brains facilitate communication between the analytical and the …

The Brain

Is Your Pee The Right Color? [Infographic]

A helpful guide to urine appearance<p>Several times a day, human bodies release a stream of data about internal health. Unfortunately, the data comes analog, and so isn't immediately accessible as useful information. Now an infographic from the Cleveland Clinic offers a helpful breakdown of urine …

Cleveland Clinic

Male and female brains: the REAL differences

The recent study which “confirms” the differences between male and female brains has been roundly criticised by neuroscientists. However, there are some genuine differences that cannot be denied<p>Unless you’ve been trapped in a lead-lined sensory-deprivation chamber this week, you’ve probably heard …