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  • Study Shows ‘Sexting’ Is Most Annoying Tech Word Today

    20. October 2011

    The word sexting is considered the most annoying tech word today. (Photo: murraythenut.com)

    If there is a technological term that annoys those people, that word would definitely be “sexting”.

    A recent survey conducted in the United Kingdom, has shown that the word “sexting” topped the list of the most annoying technical term today. Sexting is defined as the sending of sexually explicit photographs or messages by mobile phone.

    The survey was conducted by YouGov for Computeractive magazine. Based on its survey, the magazine found out that 24 percent of those 2,054 adults in the U.K. who responded to their poll has selected sexting as the most annoying tech word.

    Taking the second place in the survey is “intexticated,” with 13 percent of the votes. ”Intexticated” means unable to concentrate while driving due to texting.

    Tech words “Defriend,” “Twittersphere” and “Tweetup” rounded out the top five, respectively. Paul Allen, editor of Computeractive said he is not surprised with the result of the survey since “sexting” can really annoy people.

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    Study Shows Sex Promotes Health

    16. October 2011

    A recent study shows a regular dose of sex promotes sex. (Photo: indianewsvideos.blogspot.com)

    If you want to be healthy engage in sex regularly.

    A recent study in Queens University in Belfast showed that sex a few times a week could fight the cold and flu, lengthen one’s life by promoting heart health and control cholesterol levels, provide weight loss and overall fitness, fight depression and ease joint, muscle and menstrual pain.

    The Queens study suggests that the immune system has the ability of increasing when intercourse is experienced once or twice a week. Other studies based on the Queens University study have suggested that cardiovascular health could be improved by having sex three or more times a week.

    Apparently, sex for men could reduce their “risk of heart attack or stroke by half. According to the Queens study, “a vigorous bout burns some 200 calories – about the same as running 15 minutes on a treadmill or playing a spirited game of squash. The pulse rate in a person aroused rises from about 70 beats per minute to 150, the same as that of an athlete putting forth maximum effort.”

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    Active Sex Life Makes Most Elderly Women Happy

    03. September 2011

    An active sex life is what makes most senior women happy. (Photo: tech.lifegoesstrong.com)

    What makes most elderly women happy in their remaining years on earth?

    A recent survey has shown that having an active sex life is what makes women ages 60 to 89 years old happy while they are still alive here on earth. The data was taken from 1,200 elderly women surveyed by researchers.

    “What this study tells us is that many older adults retain their ability to enjoy sex well into old age,” said study co-author Wesley K. Thompson, an assistant professor of psychiatry with the Stein Institute for Research on Aging at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine. Thompson said Feeling satisfied with your sex life — whatever your levels of sexual activity — is closely related to your perceived quality of life.”

    A study by a team of researchers looking at the sex lives of 3,000 middle-aged and elderly volunteers concluded that health problems and the lack of a suitable partner, rather than low libido, were the main barriers to an active sex life. Three quarters of those in their late fifties and early sixties were still sexually active compared with half of those aged between 65 and 75, and a quarter in the 75 to 85 age group.Most of those who were sexually active were having sex at least two to three times a month.The most common difficulties in women were vaginal dryness, difficulty reaching orgasm and reduced sex drive.

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