You're torn. Do you invest more time and energy into the relationship or not? Is it love or is it lust? Only you know for sure. You see a tennis ball in your mind going back and forth across the net. Your eyes follow. What to do. One thing is certain if you have no conversation outside of the bedroom you don't need a rocket scientist to confirm the answer to this question. Yet good sex is like Read More »
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Breast milk has less protein than formula, which could be why bottle-fed babies grow faster, a study suggests.There has been concern that formula-fed babies, who tend to be bigger, are "programmed" to store fat and so have a higher risk of childhood obesity. The international study of 1,000 babies, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, suggests protein levels in formu Read More »
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By Paul RinconScience reporter, BBC NewsA fossil fish from Australia was one of the earliest known vertebrates to reproduce sexually, a study suggests.Nature journal says the ancient fish was carrying a 5cm-long embryo.The fertilisation of eggs by sperm outside the mother's body - external fertilisation - is thought to have evolved before sex.The fossil suggests sexual reproduction - the fertilis Read More »
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UK scientists have identified genetic differences in malarial mosquitoes which may reveal their level of resistance to insecticides.The find may help researchers work out which areas cannot rely on insecticides to help minimise the risk of malaria, reports the journal Genome Research.The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine team linked two genes in one type of African mosquito to resistance.Anot Read More »
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Simply measuring a woman's resting pulse rate can predict how likely she is to suffer a heart attack, says a study in the British Medical Journal.US researchers looked at the records of around 129,000 postmenopausal women who had no history of heart problems.They found that those with the highest heart rates were significantly more likely to suffer a heart attack than the women with the lowest ra Read More »
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