Sunday, 30 August 2015

The World's Weirdest Orgasms

Your best orgasm might be stimulated by your mind or even exercise! 5 strange and surprising ways to climax

Like aliens and magic tricks, some orgasms have to be seen (er, felt) to be believed. But experts assure us these strange peaks of pleasure are more science than fiction.

In a study at Indiana University's Center for Sexual Health Promotion, some women reported having an O during a workout. (Getting off while you get in shape? Hello.) Though there's no magic technique, your best options are core exercises and yoga, and repetitions are key.

Monday, 17 August 2015

Mushrooms, Food Good For People with Diabetes

According to experts, the fungus is known both for people with diabetes because it contains a little and even no sugar at all.

"Species wild mushrooms who cultivated a lot of consumed because of value of nutritional. Mushrooms rich in will be nutrients important and constituents good for diabetics because have a little sugar or no exist at all, "said TN Lakhanpal of the Department of Bioscience in Himachal Pradesh University.

Lakhanpal constitute one of the delegation of the India who participated in the 100th Indian Science Congress, which end on Sunday (12/1) yesterday.

According to scientist such, fungus which virtually free of fat also could advantageous for the sufferers obese.

Moment spoke about the importance of biology mushrooms, Lakhanpal said: "Potential fungus as neutraceuticals already emerged as an important aspect biology fungi in the 20 years last".

"Also, all fungus investigated so far has been found to has a curative properties against cancer, HIV and diseases other deadly," he said as quoted from

Besides beneficial as a drug, mushroom cultivation also provide benefits in the field of the economic.

"Cultivation Mushroom is an cottage and industrial commercial, as well as the became source of earning a livelihood, in among people-people villagers."

Saturday, 8 August 2015

20 Good Healthy Reasons Why Should We Have Sex?

Scientists show that sex is extremely beneficial for our health, while the lack of an active sex life might have negative effects. And masturbation is not a solution: blood prolactin levels in males and females after orgasm is 4 times higher in both sexes compared with the levels after orgasm from masturbation. Prolactin counteracts the effects of another hormone, dopamine, booming during sexual arousal. This explains why orgasm from intercourse is more satisfying than masturbation and the "recovery period" in men, as high levels of prolactin induce erectile dysfunction.

But too much sex, can also be harmful: more than thrice a week it can weaken the immune system, making us vulnerable to infections...