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You can boost your relationships by swearing at a friend, acquaintance or even a co-worker. It not only helps make the problem easier to handle, it strengthens your relationship, say researchers in New Zealand. In fact, getting so upset that you actually swear can draw you closer because it shows you’re comfortable enough with the other person to let your guard down.
Source: Woman’s World, 4/29/13
There’s a good chance you won’t have sex on your wedding night. Sex therapists say that the wedding night holds powerful expectations for most couples and they think they’re going to have mind-blowing sex, but even a young bride and groom can be unprepared for the exhaustion that can hit them after the ceremony, cake and champagne. If you end up falling asleep in each other’s arms, rather than doing the deed post-reception, it’s really no big deal.
Source: Wanting Sex Again, How to Rediscover Your Desire and Heal a Sexless Marriage, BY Laurie J. Watson
Ever had to pee while stuck in traffic? In addition to being uncomfortable, “holding it” can affect your driving, too. Researchers found that when you’re faced with a strong urge to urinate, your cognitive functions are impaired just like what you would experience after drinking alcohol or being sleep deprived. The moral of the story? Pee before you leave the house.
Source: Ig Nobel Prize, 4/17/13
Bread is not the devil after all: People who ate it every day had lower levels of bad cholesterol and healthier insulin levels than those who did not.
Source: Fitness, 5/13
Some people have them and some people don’t – we’re talking about dimples. Not face dimples, butt dimples. There is an actual name for the “butt dimples” on your lower back. They’re known as Dimples of Venus or Venus Dimples. These indentations in your lower back are created when a short ligament stretches between the posterior superior iliac spine and your skin. It’s widely believed that they are genetic.
Source: Cosmopolitan, 5/13