Woman born with two vaginas: one for husband, one for sleeping around

An OnlyFans model has revealed how she lives with an incredibly rare medical condition that sees her have two vaginas - with her rules over who has access to what very strict.

A study found toxic metals in popular tampon brands. Here’s what experts advise

Researchers detected “measurable concentrations” of all 16 metals they were looking for in the tampons, as well as “elevated mean concentrations” of toxic metals including lead, arsenic and cadmium.

Alzheimer’s Breakthrough As Nasal Spray May Boost Memory

These studies could bring hope to the 6.9 million Americans who are living with Alzheimer's at present.

Gastrointestinal issues are a common but often unrecognized sign of COVID infection

THE NEW YORK TIMES – In January 2020, a man who would become known as the first documented Covid-19 patient in the United States arrived at an urgent care clinic. Two of his symptoms, a cough and a fever, were among those that would become known as the telltale symptoms of Covid. But the patient had also experienced two days of nausea and vomiting. Many of us associate Covid with respiratory issues. But some people who...

Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Challenges and Strategies

Gardasil 9, the latest and most comprehensive HPV vaccine, protects against nine HPV types. These types are responsible for approximately 90% of cervical cancer cases globally.

After decades of progress in trying to erase negative stereotypes about women, irritability, anxiety, depression, and sudden mood swings again tied to being female

Tampa Bay Times – For the most part, Cori Lint was happy. She worked days as a software engineer and nights as a part-time cellist, filling her free hours with inline skating and gardening and long talks with friends. But a few days a month, Lint’s mood would tank. Panic attacks came on suddenly. Suicidal thoughts did, too. She had been diagnosed with anxiety and depression, but Lint, 34, who splits her time between St. Petersburg,...

1956 John Wayne movie linked to high cancer rate

THE HILL – The 1956 movie “The Conqueror” is infamous among cinephiles, both for its casting of John Wayne as the Mongolian warlord Genghis Khan and for a suspicious number of deaths that followed its filming downwind of a nuclear test site. Nearly 70 years later, the makers of the documentary “The Conqueror: Hollywood Fallout” hope to tell the story of the affected “downwinder” community in St. George, Utah, near where the film shot as...

These are the top 5 sources of microplastics in your home: Here’s how to avoid them

These everyday household items could be leaching microplastics into your diet.

Scientists say ‘superfood’ can tackle obesity and diabetes after breakthrough

Chemicals found by researchers in the food have also been found to lower blood pressure and help weight loss.

Coffee burns body fat

Experts say coffee could become a key part of a healthy diet and help combat obesity.

Drug taken for common condition linked to 33% higher risk of dementia

Scientists found that people who take proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, for four and a half years or more were 33 per cent more likely to develop dementia.

Penis cancer cases increasing

If left untreated, partial or total amputation of the penis, and possibly other nearby genital organs such as the testicles, may become necessary.

Cardiologist Reveals Top Tips for Lowering Your Blood Pressure, Cholesterol

NEWSWEEK – The leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease, accounting for roughly 1 in every 5 deaths nationwide. However, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 of these deaths are preventable. High blood pressure and cholesterol are both major risk factors for heart disease and stroke and affect roughly half of all American adults. The good news is that both of these risk factors...

How Common Is HPV?

The National Cancer Institute says that nearly all sexually active people may contract HPV within months to a few years of becoming sexually active, and around half of these infections involve a high risk HPV type.
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