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10 Ways Sex Boosts Your Health | Sex MD | Men's Health

<b>2. Doing it burns calories.</b><br>Due to its brevity, having an orgasm fries only two or three calories. But the prelude can burn quite a bit more, depending on your weight and the length and vigor of the lovemaking session. For example, a raucous romp uses about 5 METs (metabolic equivalents), a system …

Men's Health - Fitness, Nutrition, Health, Sex, Style & Weight Loss Tips for Men

Don't pretend this doesn't apply to you. We can smell you from miles away.<p>These 4 simple exercises will help save you from chronic pain<p>The billionaire debuted surprisingly muscular arms at a conference last year.<p>Avoid creaky old man knees with these tips.<p>Hemsworth's longtime trainer pushed the poor …

The Torture of Insomnia: How to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Experts are divided on why we sleep, but the consequences of not getting enough are well-known. Sleep deprivation is an effective torture technique. It's used by cults to break new recruits. It can decrease your life span and it is increasingly being linked to a contributing factor in mental …

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B.C. doctors given Health Canada approval to prescribe heroin

After years of petitioning by health officials in British Columbia, Health Canada has authorized some B.C. doctors to prescribe heroin for select patients who have failed to respond to conventional opioid addiction treatments. But within moments of the authorization, Federal Health Minister Rona …

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What If You Stopped Sleeping? New Video Explains Health Effects Of Prolonged Sleeplessness

Doctors will tell you that not getting the recommended six to eight hours of shut-eye each night is not good for you, but what would happen if you stopped sleeping completely?<p>A new video from the popular YouTube series AsapSCIENCE answers that question -- starting with how your body would respond …