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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: September 2018

Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: September 2018

Fall is officially here and with it comes pumpkin spice lattes, colored foilage and lots and lots of Idol news. The show’s alum have been busy cooking up new music, tour dates, and music videos and with the holiday season just around the corner, there’s plenty of Christmas-related news for ...

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8 women talk about their men and their most annoying habits | sex and relationships

8 women talk about their men and their most annoying habits | sex and relationships

Being married means mostly shouting “What?” from the other room– Anonymous There is no ‘ideal guidebook’ for a perfect marriage because there is no perfect marriage. And there are no perfect husbands and boyfriends. It doesn’t take long for the shine of romance to wear off after a couple marries ...

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All the Best Fall Flowers for Your Home and Garden

All the Best Fall Flowers for Your Home and Garden

{Image Credit: iStock} Spring and summer aren’t the only seasons with pretty flowers! Though the leaves are changing color and the temperatures are perfect for that sweater weather, autumn brings its own set of incredible, vibrant blossoms to brighten up your world. This season, fill your garden and home with perennial favorites that ...

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‘Happy Couples’ on Facebook May Not Be as Happy as You Think

‘Happy Couples’ on Facebook May Not Be as Happy as You Think

{Image Credit: iStock} We all know that one power couple on Facebook whose selfies and gushy posts look and sound like one of the most picturesque relationships of all-time. But a new study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin states couples who amp up their “relationship visibility” are actually feeling insecure about their partner’s ...

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Teenagers with religious upbringing enjoy well-being in early adulthood | sex and relationships

Teenagers with religious upbringing enjoy well-being in early adulthood | sex and relationships

Participating in spiritual practices during childhood and adolescence may lead to positive health and well-being outcomes in early adulthood. According to a recent research, people who attended weekly religious services or practised daily prayer or meditation in their youth reported greater life satisfaction and positivity in their 20s. The study ...

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How your sexual orientation may influence extent of substance use | sex and relationships

How your sexual orientation may influence extent of substance use | sex and relationships

Lesbian, gay or bisexual youth, according to a study, are at an increased risk of using multiple substances — such as alcohol, nicotine and marijuana. The Oregon State University research added that these youth are also at higher risk of polysubstance use, meaning they are more likely to use more ...

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4 habits that you need to cut down on to boost your libido | sex and relationships

4 habits that you need to cut down on to boost your libido | sex and relationships

Low libido is often the result of preventable sexual health problems that you may not be aware of. Your sex drive is something that is determined by a variety of factors, such as mood, physical health and mental health. Here are some common factors that may be inadvertently lowering your ...

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There is a need to talk about sexuality after having a stroke | sex and relationships

There is a need to talk about sexuality after having a stroke | sex and relationships

A recent study has found that stroke survivors struggle to openly discuss sexuality, while health professionals rarely address the topic during rehabilitation. According to the research, stroke survivors and their partners are not adequately supported to deal with changes to their relationships, self-identity, gender roles, and intimacy following a stroke. ...

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Nerve stimulation may improve sexual response in women | sex and relationships

Nerve stimulation may improve sexual response in women | sex and relationships

A new treatment, traditionally used for overactive bladder, may offer new hope for women with sexual dysfunction, according to a recent study. Electrodes are not the first thing most people think of when it comes to achieving sexual arousal. Female sexual dysfunction (FSD), a condition that ranges from a lack ...

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Help people in need to become better parents | sex and relationships

Help people in need to become better parents | sex and relationships

Providing social support specifically to people in need activates regions of the brain involved in parental care, scientists say. The findings may help researchers understand the positive health effects of social ties. By comparison, providing “untargeted” support such as giving to charity does not have the same neurobiological effects, according ...

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