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10 Foods That Help Make You Better at Sex (Not That You Need Any Help, Tiger)

And almonds. Not that you need the help...<p>For centuries, we mortals have obsessed over aphrodisiacs--those naturally occurring sexual stimulants we could enjoy before (you know) enjoying. It turns out it's not some fools errand, and there's actually some legitimate science at work here. Oysters? …

Medicine: the appliance of science

More than once last year, researchers described leaps in medical science that were so breathtaking, and held so much potential for patients, that they immediately joined the list of fields to watch in the year ahead. In most cases, the work was, and is, at an early stage and its future success far …

What Is It Like for a Medical Student to Cut Open a Body for the First Time?

<i>This question originally appeared on Quora.</i> <b><br>Answer by Laszlo B. Tamas, neurosurgeon:</b><p>My medical school was McGill in Montreal. We had nice, modern …

Edible Electronics Made from Cuttlefish Ink Could Help Spawn a New Age of Medical Devices

Watch any nature special or visit an aquarium, and chances are you will be amazed by the intelligence, adaptability, and beauty of the cuttlefish. …

FBI: Kids 13 to 17 rescued from Super Bowl prostitution

Authorities free 16 juveniles and 54 women, and arrest more than 45 alleged pimps and their helpers.<p>High school students, teens as young as 13 and other children reported missing by their families were among 16 juveniles rescued from forced prostitution during Super Bowl festivities in and around …

Voices: 'Heroin abuse looks like my dad'

In the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman's death, a daughter reflects on her father's struggles with drugs.<p>Heroin kills. The drug devastates the body, erodes the mind, eats at the teeth and leaves ugly track marks.<p>But the physical toll on the individual does not compare with the emotional vacuum of a …

Your brain often edits that trip down memory lane

Research shows that your mind reinterprets events from the past with a nod to the present.<p>Every time you pull up a memory – say of your first kiss – your mind reinterprets it for the present day, new research suggests. If you're in the middle of an ugly divorce, for example, you might recall it …