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7 Things She Craves in Bed That You May Not Have Considered

A woman’s body is one of the most amazing things on the planet. Its complexity is extraordinary—there is nearly no limit to the pleasure threshold she can experience. And you can take her there…all the way there, in fact.<p>The problem? We’ve kind of been conditioned since, um, birth to believe that …

Relationships

The Science Behind Being Funny. This Is No Joke.

Here is a not so serious overview of what science and research says about what makes you funny (or not).<p>I've written about the science behind lots of things, including influence, note taking, procrastination, and even awkward silence.<p>Now to the science of something a little less serious. Like being …

Sigmund Freud

5 Sex Positions for Multiple Orgasms

Hey, look! It’s another article about sex positions to BLOW <i>HIS</i> MIND. Just kidding.<p>This is about sex positions to up the ante on clitoral action so you, beautiful lady, can orgasm a whole bunch!<p>We’d be remiss if we didn’t say straight out that having multiple orgasms isn’t possible for all women. …

Handsfree

9 Surprising Facts About Female Masturbation

Who does it most, why it's so good for you, and everything else you should know about self-pleasure.<p>Maybe masturbation is a regular part of your sex …

Indiana University

If you want to start making better decisions, do this

Do you ever look back on your decisions and think, “Why I on earth did I do that?”<p>We all make bad decisions.<p>Buying an SUV that sucks up all your …

Self-improvement

These Five Genetic Mutations Can Give You Real-Life Superhero Abilities

Click here for reuse options! From pain immunity to Hulk-like muscles, some humans are designed like their comic book heroes by nature.The surge in …

Mutations

Google Duplex: Google responds to ethical concerns about AI masquerading as humans

Google is giving its AI Assistant the ability to make calls on your behalf – opening the doors for a creepy future<p><i>Update:</i> After Google unveiled its …

Multiple Sclerosis: New Diagnostic Criteria

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system.<p>The immune system of people with MS mistakenly attacks …

What Diseases Could Gene Editing Cure?

There are over 10,000 genetic diseases. Here are the ones that could be cured by gene editing in the not-too-distant future.<p>Take a stroll through …

This Neurologist Found Out What Happens to Our Brains When We Die

Only to realise 'Star Trek' had already explained the process in a 1988 episode.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE Germany</i><p>If we had paid closer attention to <i>The Simpsons</i> 18 years ago, the election of Donald Trump might not have come as such a shock. And if German neurologist Jens Dreier had …

Scientists just discovered a strange new DNA shape lurking in human cells

But what does it do?<p>The discovery of DNA as a double helix is a hallowed story of scientific triumph—the work of four researchers merging together to solve one of science’s biggest mysteries, giving birth to what we know as the field of modern genetics. But decades later, we’re still learning that …

Biology

The Human Brain Can Create Structures in Up to 11 Dimensions

"We found a world that we had never imagined."<p>Last year, neuroscientists used a classic branch of maths in a totally new way to peer into the …

The astounding present and dizzying future of synthetic biology

George Church's Harvard lab is one of the most celebrated fonts of innovation in the world of life sciences. George's earliest work on the Human …

CRISPR/Cas9 gene drives in genetically variable and nonrandomly mating wild populations

• F. L. Vanderplank<p>, Hybridization between <i>Glossina</i> species and suggested new method for control of certain species of tsetse.Nature 154, 607–608 (1944).<p>…

How Genetics Is Changing Our Understanding of ‘Race’

In 1942, the anthropologist Ashley Montagu published “Man’s Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race<i>,</i>” an influential book that argued that race is a social concept with no genetic basis. A classic example often cited is the inconsistent definition of “black.” In the United States, historically, a …

What is hypersexual disorder and how does it affect you?

<b>For some people, having a high sex drive is not a problem.</b><p>They can enjoy a busy sex life with either one partner or many and it is enjoyable, safe …

Mental Health

These sleek $250 earbuds can translate languages in real time — and it's like something out of 'Star Trek'

The company's first product, the Pilot translating earpiece, started as an Indiegogo campaign in 2016. Now, the Brooklyn-based startup says it has sold 27,000 units and has begun shipping to its early customers.<p>The Pilot looks like a fairly standard pair of wireless earbuds. They fit snugly in your …

Why do men wake up with an erection?

Since time began, men have been giving themselves a fright – and their partners an involuntary compliment – in the mornings.<p>Yes, we’re talking about …

Sleep

10 Unexpected Psychological Tricks That Will Help You Make A Great Impression On Anyone You Meet

Making a great first impression is something that doesn't come easily to everyone. Sure, there are people out there who can confidently walk up, …

Body Language

‘Time traveller’ claims he’s from the year 5,000 and he has photographic evidence

<b>A ‘time traveller’ who claims he visited the year 5,000 has issued a chilling warning to humanity.</b><p>The traveller, who is only known as ‘Edward’ and …

Google’s new AI algorithm predicts heart disease by looking at your eyes

Experts say it could provide a simpler way to predict cardiovascular risk<p>Scientists from Google and its health-tech subsidiary Verily have discovered a new way to assess a person’s risk of heart disease using machine learning. By analyzing scans of the back of a patient’s eye, the company’s …

Machine Learning

What are mitochondria?

Mitochondria are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell. They help turn the energy we take from food into energy that the cell can use. …

Is death still frightening if you believe the self is an illusion? An astonishing study of Tibetan Buddhists

<i>By</i> Christian JarrettImagining ourselves as no longer existing is, for most of us, terrifying. Buddhism may offer some reassurance. A central tenet of …

21 Questions Amazon Asks Its Job Candidates | Inc.com

• <b>Amazon goes to great lengths to ensure that they are hiring the right people.</b>• <b><br>We sifted through hundreds of Glassdoor reviews to find some of the company's toughest interview questions.</b>• <b><br>Questions about employee behavior and past performance were asked most frequently inside the interview rooms.</b><p>Amazon …

Employment

The Y Chromosome Is Disappearing. Here's What That Means For Men

The Y chromosome may be a symbol of masculinity, but it is becoming increasingly clear that it is anything but strong and enduring.<p>Although it …

Immunotherapy: Mum responding to cancer 'experiment'

<b>A mother-of-three who was given just months to live is responding to cancer treatment after paying privately to "experiment" on herself.</b><p>Through fundraising, Liz Sheppard has paid for a relatively new treatment called immunotherapy, which has been described as a "game-changer".<p>The NHS has not …

There’s beauty in simplicity. For space scientist and Sky At Night host Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, there’s nothing more beautiful than the way that Einstein’s theory of special relativity unlocks our understanding of how energy, mass and the speed of light work in the universe

Equations

DNA Makes Up Only Half Of Every Human Chromosome, Study Reveals

A human being has an estimated 25,000 genes, encoded in molecules of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). These molecules, which form a double helix, are …

Ask Ethan: Where Did The Big Bang Happen?

Of all the concepts and topics that get tossed around, the Big Bang is one of the most controversial. Sure, it’s a scientific theory that’s quite old — it’s been around since the 1940s — and the evidence in favor of it has been overwhelming since the 1960s. The idea is simple: that the Universe had …

Universe

Here's How To Watch NASA's Historic Jupiter Mission

NASA is about to embark on one of its biggest missions yet. On Monday, July 4, at 10:30 p.m. EDT, you can watch the Juno spacecraft begin its …