Why Gandhi was against practicing sex to get pleasure

Why Gandhi was against practicing sex to get pleasure

In December of 1935, a prominent activist for birth control and sex educator from the United States visited the independence leader of India, Mahatma Gandhi, with whom she had a captivating conversation. It was Margaret Sanger, who was touring 18 Indian cities to talk with doctors and activists about birth...

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Socialbakers Survey: Pakistan ranks 6th with 4,236,743 check-ins during July-August 2018

Socialbakers Survey: Pakistan ranks 6th with 4,236,743 check-ins during July-August 2018

A global media analytics company ‘Socialbakers’ has concluded a survey between the period of 1st June-22nd August 2018. In the survey, they compiled a list of ‘Most Popular Countries by Facebook Check-ins’. According to the reports generated, Pakistan ranks on sixth with total check-ins of 4,236,743 (186,703 Summer check-ins). Hong Kong...

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How can you better absorb the iron in your diet?

How can you better absorb the iron in your diet?

At the end of this article you will know how to best prepare spinach to make the most of its iron content. Do you feel tired often? Do you sometimes feel out of breath or feel your heart beating in your chest? Have your friends commented that you are unusually pale? If...

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7 “false” smells that companies use to buy their products

7 “false” smells that companies use to buy their products

There are companies dedicated to sell specialized technology to use artificial smells in stores. More than once you will have been seduced by the smell of fresh bread as you walk down the street. A few meters further on you discover a bakery and the impulse to enter becomes difficult to...

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What qualifies as “life” and when do we start looking for it throughout the universe?

What qualifies as “life” and when do we start looking for it throughout the universe?

Centuries ago we wanted to find living beings in space. What is concretely what we look for when we look for alien life? And what do we hope to find? These are two of the questions that listeners sent from various parts of the world to the BBC Radio 4 program...

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Colin Kaepernick and Nike: Meet the most controversial American sportsman of the moment

Colin Kaepernick and Nike: Meet the most controversial American sportsman of the moment

The image of Kaepernick, in the Nike campaign, with the message “Believe in something, even if that means sacrificing everything” has generated a division of opinion in the United States. If you have not heard of Colin Kaepernick it is very likely that you will do it sooner or later....

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Aerobics: 5 fitness moves that could hurt your body

Aerobics: 5 fitness moves that could hurt your body

Exercising daily is the best possible way to stay fit, active and emotionally healthy. It helps in losing the extra pounds, provide some amazing health benefits and can be the appropriate way to maintain youthfulness. A 30-minute daily schedule can keep you fit and active throughout the day! Americans as...

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War in Syria: why the battle for Idlib can be final and provoke a “humanitarian emergency never seen before”

War in Syria: why the battle for Idlib can be final and provoke a “humanitarian emergency never seen before”

The UN asks to avoid a “bloodbath”. And the United States speaks of a “potential tragedy”. The alarm arises because of what happens in Idlib, the last bastion of the rebels fighting the government of Bashar al Assad in Syria and which is in the sights of the government and therefore...

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Scientists want to stop calling some tumors cancer

Scientists want to stop calling some tumors cancer

Survival to cancer has increased a lot in most of the rich countries. Too many tumors are labeled “cancer.” At least that’s what the experts think that they propose that medical professionals stop using that word to refer to some low-risk tumors. The reason is that they believe that there...

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Why does Alzheimer affect more women than men?

Why does Alzheimer affect more women than men?

In some countries, more than two thirds of people with Alzheimer’s are women. Gender differences in diseases related to dementia are only recognized now, but the consequences can change the way we fight against the disease. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2015, 75-year-old Brenda Whittle still enjoys doing puzzles, sewing...

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