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Women’s sexual fantasies less depraved than men’s

The novel Fifty Shades of Grey may have Britain’s housewives experiencing something of a sexual renaissance, but women’s steamiest thoughts are still tame compared with the male imagination, scientists claim.While men spend more time thinking about sex than their partners overall, a survey found that women have more fantasies which could be described as “pleasant”.Men,… Seguir Leyendo Women’s sexual fantasies less depraved than men’s

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Women’s sexual fantasies less depraved than men’s

The novel Fifty Shades of Grey may have Britain’s housewives experiencing something of a sexual renaissance, but women’s steamiest thoughts are still tame compared with the male imagination, scientists claim.While men spend more time thinking about sex than their partners overall, a survey found that women have more fantasies which could be described as “pleasant”.Men,… Seguir Leyendo Women’s sexual fantasies less depraved than men’s

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How looking back in anger is bad for your health

Researchers discovered that remembering the past with regret or bitterness worsens health.The study by the University of Granada (UGR) found that people’s attitude to past events, present experiences or future expectations, influences their perception of health and their quality of life.Cristián Oyanadel, who co-authored the study, said: “We have observed that when people are negative… Seguir Leyendo How looking back in anger is bad for your health

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Battle for Trafalgar as developers eye Spain’s last unspoilt shores

The sun is setting over the Atlantic waves on El Palmar beach, casting long shadows of two wetsuit-clad teenagers leaning against their surfboards. But as the light fades on another peaceful day in this remote corner of southern Spain, the Andalucian government and the property developers it backs are hard at work finalising their plans… Seguir Leyendo Battle for Trafalgar as developers eye Spain’s last unspoilt shores

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Olive oil could hold key to developing new breast cancer drugs

Olive oil could hold key to developing new breast cancer drugs The oil makes up a large component of the Mediterranean-style diet which is known to protect against some forms of cancer. Researchers have now isolated chemicals that could be the active ingredient in the oil which affects cancerous cells. A team from the University… Seguir Leyendo Olive oil could hold key to developing new breast cancer drugs

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Steeped in history

Steeped in historyThe Iberian peninsula remains popular for long and short breaks. Michael Kerr opts for the latter in Granada but thinks the city merits more time. (Filed: 21/01/2006) Granada basics More than 5,000, my guide, Antonio, said. He craned his neck as I did to take them in, those pieces of shimmering stucco that… Seguir Leyendo Steeped in history