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The saying that “the worse something tastes, the better it is for you” is becoming obsolete. We live in a world where people embrace new flavours from different cultures. Our progressive attitudes toward the ever-expanding food culture are more open than ever. This is especially

The U.S. takes the cake (the whole three-layered, butter-cream frosting-cake) for the country that consumes the most sugar. Not only Americans, but also the rest of the sugar-addicted world turn to sugar substitutes as “healthy” alternatives. How healthy (or harmful) are these substances? Is “zero-calorie

The common stereotype for erectile dysfunction (ED) has always been that of an older or middle aged man. There is some truth to that stereotype in that it is in fact common in later years. But it’s not entirely accurate. ED is now known to