By Jenny Kutner
Correlation between making someone a grilled cheese sandwich and getting laid still sadly under-explored
Perhaps the most important survey results of our time were released last week, and unfortunately the Internet has been a little late to catch up. According to a very scientific poll by the good people of Skout, the social networking and dating site, people who love grilled cheese have more sex than people who don’t. They’re also a bit more charitable, perhaps because eating grilled cheese puts them in a good and giving mood!
By Rebecca Reid
A new study has shown that people who have sex several times a week earn more than their less sexually active peers. Rebecca Reid explains why sexual stimulation is the key to a work/life balance
Have you ever read an interview in a woman’s magazine where the question of a morning routine comes up?
It’s pretty standard fare: A ‘power woman’ tells us about rising at 5am to greet the sun, meditating, making kale smoothies for her fifteen children and then working out for two hours. Finally she’ll stride into the office at 8am, having achieved more in a morning than you usually do in a week.
Only, it turns out that the secret those women might not have been sharing is the slotting-in of some good old fashioned marital relations.
Because it turns out that people who have sex two or three times a week earn 4.5 per cent more than those who are less sexually active.
Great news. Sex is good for your career!
Everyone knows that good sex feels fabulous at any age.
Everyone knows that good sex feels fabulous at any age. But what’s not as well known is that a regular roll in the hay can also add up to eight years to your life expectancy.
Not only that, but the more orgasms you have, the longer you can expect to live.
Regular sex improves hormone levels, heart health and brain power and revs up your immune system – so you can hold on to your youth while you enjoy yourself.
Aim for orgasm
By George Dvorsky
Though often referred to as the “trust hormone” oxytocin is increasingly being seen as a brain chemical that does a lot more than just bring couples closer together.
New research is suggesting that oxytocin plays a crucial part in enabling us to not just forge and strengthen our social relations, but in helping us to stave off a number of psychological and physiological problems as well. But more conceptually, oxytocin is proving to be a crucial ingredient to what makes us human. Here are ten reasons why oxytocin is simply the most incredible molecule on the planet: