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Guys Get This Wrong About Taking A Shower

The endgame of taking a shower — in terms of the lasting, tangible effects it will have on the body (not just feeling momentarily focused or relaxed) — should be about hygiene and skin health. Within that pursuit, morning or evening is irrelevant.

Marilyn Monroe Statue Deemed Offensive

Multiple protests, a popular petition, a legal action and a small fire have not been enough to stop the city of Palm Springs from installing a supersized and "hyper-sexualized" Marilyn Monroe sculpture on a public site next to the Palm Springs Art Museum.

University Freshman, 19, Hazed To Death

Sam Martinez, 19, was a freshman at Washington State University when he died of alcohol poisoning at a fraternity event. (Family photo)

Ringing In The Ears: Is It A Drug Side Effect?

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK – Tinnitus is the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. A common problem, tinnitus affects about 15% to 20% of people. Tinnitus isn't a condition itself — it's a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder. Tinnitus also can be caused by a number of medications, including aspirin, anti-inflammatories, some antibiotics, and, less commonly, some antidepressants. If your antidepressant is the...

Teen Was Murdered By Sex-Abusing Priest: DA

Father Lavigne had been arrested in 1991 for sexual abuse of children and was placed on leave from the church.

Just One Drink Can Kill You

"This is the first study to objectively demonstrate and quantify the real-time relationship between alcohol consumption and AFib episodes."

COVID-19 Can Infect The Penis, Leading To ED

"In our pilot study, we found that men who previously did not complain of ED [erectile dysfunction] developed pretty severe ED after the onset of COVID-19 infection."

Is It Safe to Drink Moonshine?

People all over the world make and drink moonshine, particularly in places where alcohol is illegal or where legal alcohol is prohibitively expensive or hard to get. But producing spirits can be a tricky chemical process; manufacturers' mistakes, ignorance or shortcuts can yield a highly toxic product.

Black Men Dying At Alarming Rate From Drug Overdoses

Overdose deaths in Massachusetts are rising again, with the most drastic increase in deaths occurring among Black non-Hispanic men in the state.

Lack Of Sex Ed Cited As Cause Of Increased Throat Cancer In Young Men

“Young adult men especially are often not getting health education about things like cancer prevention vaccines.”

Yes, COVID-19 Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Blood supply to the penis can become blocked or narrowed as a result of a new or worsened vascular condition caused by the virus.

Muslim Circumcision Festival Proceeds Despite Virus

Muslims from the southwestern corner of Bulgaria flocked to the sleepy mountain village of Ribnovo for a four-day festival of feasting, music and mass circumcisions.

Congressman With Eyepatch Has Emergency Surgery To Save Good Eye

U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, will be "effectively blind" for about a month after he was rushed into emergency eye surgery to treat a detached retina, the lawmaker revealed on Saturday.

NFL’er Sabotages Career With Bad Health Choices

BLEACHER REPORT – The Miami Dolphins announced Saturday that they waived offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson just three days after acquiring him. Video of Wilson smoking a vape and dancing shirtless on a car surfaced Friday, but he would have been cut regardless. The Dolphins sent a 2021 seventh-round pick to the Tennessee Titans for Wilson and also received a 2022 seventh-round pick. The Titans selected Wilson with the No. 29 overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft...

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