SPECIAL REPORT – As we near the end of 2014, we have put together a list of the most viewed stories from Medical Observer this year. Let us have a look back on what most readers took an interest in, in regards to health and medical stories.
If women complain about pelvic pain or dread the painful intercourse, it is something that men and more importantly women should take seriously.
Researchers found less gray matter in the brains of men who watched large amounts of sexually explicit material, according to a new study.
Women who eat instant noodles, like Ramen, at least two times a week face a greater risk of high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar and high cholesterol, US researchers said.
Ever had those nights wherein however hard you try, you’re just not in the right mood to get it on? Here are 5 things that may be affecting your sexual appetite.
A big belly (caused by too much fat) can put you at a much higher risk for many health problems like diabetes, stroke, high-blood pressure, and heart disease.
As many as 100 of those killed on a Malaysia Airlines plane that crashed in Ukraine were delegates heading to Australia for a global AIDS conference.
A group of Japanese porn actresses are preparing to have their breasts squeezed by fans for 24 hours this weekend for a charity event loosely translated as “Boob Aid”.
Surgeons in Mumbai have removed 232 teeth from the mouth of an Indian teenager in what they believe may be a world-record operation.
Unknown to many, the act of having sex is more than for sheer pleasure, its benefits for your health are also notable. The next time you’re looking for a valid reason to hook up with your partner, try these ones.
Certain chemicals that are common in everyday life have been shown to cause breast cancer in lab rats and are likely to do the same in women. The paper in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Health Perspectives lists 17 chemicals to avoid and offers women advice on how to minimize their exposure.