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Why is Xero Boss Rod Drury – And High Achieving Kiwi Men Like Him – So Modest?

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Had the pleasure of hearing EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Rod Drury speak at the American Chamber of Commerce a few days ago  . . . and came away asking myself what it is about New Zealand men that they seem so reluctant to own their own success. Serial entrepreneur Drury is doing a fantastic job being the tallest of […]

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Diabetes and Sex Life

Diabetes and Sex Life

Diabetes is a pressing problem these days in men and women. People suffering from diabetes often have low libido.   People are not open to discuss these issues with doctors about their sex life.  Talking to health experts will help in many ways. According to survey   75 percent of men and 35 percent of women suffering from diabetes and […]

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Soy for Younger Skin

Soy for Younger Skin

Want to look younger and less wrinkly? According to a new study it’s no more difficult than eating – or drinking – a couple of servings of soy a day. Brazilian research shows collagen levels – the substance which “plumps out wrinkles” – increased by 86 per cent in the skin of post-menopausal women who included 100mg of soy isoflavones […]

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Sorry Guys! Size Does Matter

Size Does Matter

New research suggests that penis size may matter after all; and the bigger, the better. Is Bigger Better? Appearing in the Journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, this ground breaking new research into the importance of penis size shows that not only is a man’s attractiveness to women directly correlated to his penis size, but even the longest […]

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Secrets to Second Time Round Success

Secrets to Second Time Round Success

Second time round relationships present challenges, especially if you are also dealing with menopause or performance anxiety. Sydney sex counsellor Matty Silver gives her top tips for successful dating second time round.

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Depression Link to Heart Disease

Depression Linked to Heart Disease

People with depression could be at greater risk of heart disease, according to an international study led by an Australian researcher. Mild depression is associated with doubling the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and heart attack (and death from these causes), and severe depression has an even more profound effect – with up to five times the rate of cardiovascular […]

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Shared-Bed Benefits

Shared Bed Benefits

Looking for an easy way to enjoy better health and live longer? Simply share your bed, suggests new research in this growing field. Extra Feet Means Better Sleep? It seems romantic couples may indeed reap major health benefits simply from sleeping together in the same bed. Indeed, scientists contend that nocturnal bed-sharing may explain why people in close romantic relationships […]

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