ED drug Stendra gets FDA approval, one-ups Viagra20/9/2014 15:15
Things are looking up for erectile dysfunction patients in the US, for the FDA has approved a new drug called Stendra which clinical studies have proven can work in just 15 minutes before sexual intercourse, giving it the upper hand over go-to treatment Viagra, which takes about an hour to kick in.
Bill Gates says progress made on new super-thin condom20/9/2014 2:42
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said Thursday progress is being made on developing a "next-generation" ultra-thin, skin-like condom that could offer better sexual pleasure, help population control and be financed by first-world investors.
Milan designers suggest more reveal20/9/2014 2:18
Milan designers are working with the negative space in their looks for next season, suggesting more than revealing. Lace in all of its forms is making a comeback, creating feminine peek-a-boo looks.
Max Mara keeps 70s vibe rocking in Milan18/9/2014 15:28
Max Mara kept the 1970s vibe grooving in Milan on Thursday with a collection inspired by the unconventional looks and style of two of the decade's most influential actresses.
Prince Harry named World Cup honorary president18/9/2014 14:28
Prince Harry, fourth in line to the British throne, has been appointed as the honorary president of World Cup organisers England Rugby 2015, the organisation announced on Thursday
Iconic 'Easy Rider' bike to be sold at auction18/9/2014 11:02
The iconic Harley-Davidson motorbike ridden by Peter Fonda in the 1969 classic "Easy Rider" is to go under the hammer in California, and auctioneers predict it will make at least $1 million.
'Friends' fans flock to New York pop-up cafe18/9/2014 10:45
Obsessed "Friends" fans on Wednesday mobbed a pop-up replica of the coffeehouse from the hit comedy series, some even camping out overnight for some free java and a healthy dose of nostalgia.
Charity declares New York vegan capital of 201418/9/2014 7:52
Animal rights charity PETA declared New York vegan capital of the world on Wednesday as Scottish actor Alan Cumming unveiled a replica of the Manhattan skyline carved out of vegetables.
Sweeteners boost diabetes risk18/9/2014 7:27
Promoted as an aid to good health, artificial sweeteners may in fact be boosting diabetes risk, said a study Wednesday that urged a rethink of their widespread use and endorsement.
Survey calls out drunk, oblivious tourists17/9/2014 17:04
Want to blend in like a local and not betray yourself as a hapless tourist? Look up from your map or smartphone screen and pay more attention to your surroundings.
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man brought to life at Krispy Kreme17/9/2014 16:29
Krispy Kreme is paying tribute to Hollywood’s sweetest, and perhaps most likeable, paranormal villains with the release of two marshmallow-filled donuts to help mark the 30th anniversary of the "Ghostbusters" movie franchise.