NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Do women really have lower expectations when it comes to their physical pleasure? A new study finds gender inequality isn’t just an issue in the workplace, it’s also a problem in many bedrooms. Researchers from Rutgers University say they found a noticeable gap between what men and women expect when it comes…
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Music Matters: Decrease in U.S. Suicides Linked to One Hip Hop Song
LONDON — If you’re in need of a reminder that music can be a force for good, researchers from the Medical University of Vienna have made an uplifting discovery. Study authors report the song “1-800-273-8255” by American hip hop artist Logic contributed to both an increase in calls to the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and…
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