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3 Surprising Things That Could Be Expanding Your Waistline

According to the World Health Organization, global obesity has nearly tripled since 1975, with 1.9 billion adults considered overweight and 650 million obese in 2016. Singapore has not been immune to this worldwide weight problem. In fact, more than ⅓ of adults in Singapore qualified as overweight in the MOH’s most recent National Population Health Survey. Of course, a combination of exercise

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Why Guys Keep Going Soft on You

You’re not the only one whose last hookup didn’t quite end in a hookup. Gray-haired men soaking in Jacuzzis overlooking canyons, thumbing through the morning newspaper in their thick reading glasses, cuddling their wives on gently swaying hammocks while drinking sensible glasses of cabernet…the classic erectile-dysfunction commercials of the past 20 years were pretty clear about who they wanted to

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SexTech Is More Than Just Sex Robots and Virtual Reality

When most people think of sexual technology or “sextech,” they think of life-like $15,000 sex robots, 3D pornography and automatic blowjob machines. They think of ways that new technological advancements facilitate socially awkward shut-ins to remain reclusive. The media perpetuates this idea as the sole future of sextech because articles likes these are more “scandalous,” often attracting a large number of readers. However,

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Artists invited to submit works to ArtbankSA

Artists with ambitions of being considered for the ArtbankSA programme, have until 12 July to submit their applications. The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) has invited South African artists to apply for their contemporary artwork acquisition with the ArtbankSA. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the Department said the ArtbankSA is part of the Mzansi Golden Economy (MGE) strategy implementation

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Tracking your pregnancy on an app? It may be more public than you think

Washington – Like millions of women, Diana Diller was a devoted user of the pregnancy-tracking app Ovia, logging in every night to record new details on a screen asking about her bodily functions, sex drive, medications and mood.  When she gave birth last year, she used the app to chart her baby’s first online medical data – including her name,

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