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New York Times
A Condom-Maker's Discovery: Size MattersNew York TimesCustom-fit condoms in a variety of sizes are now on the market, following regulatory changes at the F.D.A. Global Protection Corp. manufactures a line called myONE Perfect Fit. Credit Tony Cenicola/The New York Times. Condoms get a bad rap for being a ...
The Ancient Origins of Both Light and Dark SkinThe AtlanticLike The Atlantic? Subscribe to The Atlantic Daily, our free weekday email newsletter. Few human traits are more variable, more obvious, and more historically divisive than the color of our skin. And yet, for all its social and scientific importance ...
Young breast cancer survivors fight to be seenSFGateMIAMI (AP) — Valerie Bunt doesn't look like your typical breast cancer survivor. A mother to a thriving 8-year-old, Bunt usually spends her days working in her family's legal headhunting firm and caring for her daughter. She has long brown hair, with ...
Man Nearly Dies After Live Fish Jumps Down His ThroatLive ScienceThere may be such a thing as fish that is too fresh — a man in England nearly lost his life after an entire live fish jumped down his throat. The 28-year-old man in Bournemouth, England, caught a Dover sole while fishing, and decided to kiss his catch ...
New York Post
America's obesity problem isn't getting better: studyNew York PostNEW YORK — America's weight problem isn't getting any better, according to new government research. Overall, obesity figures stayed about the same: About 40 percent of adults are obese and 18.5 percent of children. Those numbers are a slight increase ... |