(CNN)Dr. Michael Eisenberg, an assistant professor of urology, sees a lot of patients at the Stanford University Medical Center who have problems performing in the bedroom. There isn't a lot of research on the topic. However, with marijuana becoming legal in a growing number of states, Eisenberg thought it'd be worth exploring.
General Electric Co.’s new boss promised “sweeping change” as he delivered a brutal assessment of the 125-year-old manufacturer.Results for the latest quarter are “completely unacceptable,” Chief Executive Officer John Flannery told investors on Friday as he slashed the profit forecast and pledged to unload $20 billion of GE businesses. “We need to make some major changes with urgency and a depth of purpose.”Flannery, who took over Jeffrey Immelt’s longtime post less than three months ago, is plotting a dramatic overhaul
(CNN)After Columbine, it was hard to imagine things getting much worse.
Science is often accused of being quite dry in terms of its language. This makes sense, to be fair – clear text without any purple prose is needed to convey the factual information as precisely and as understandable as possible. Every now and then, however, researchers rebel, and nowhere is this more evident than in the titles of their research papers. Like a headline for an online article, papers sometimes have eye-catching turns of phrase inserted into them. On
@NickBulanovv I’m slowly learning that I can’t really change other people. You can’t convince someone to see your point of view if they don’t want to see it. You can’t save them or fix them or expect them to do things your way if they don’t want to change. You can’t take back something somebody else said or did. You can’t make them eat their own words and erase their actions. People will be who they are until they
Look, I’ve tried a lot of bizarre diets and weird beauty hacks in my day. From Paleo, to Atkins, to low-carb to high-carb to Keto to vegan to juicing to brothing to counting calories and exercising, I’ve done it all, and most betches can say the same. Can you blame us? We’re bored and practically willing to do anything to avoid regular exercise and a well-balanced diet. With that being said, there are certain lines we just won’t cross.
Some food myths were made up decades ago, and yet we still can’t seem to shake them. Like, sometimes we’ll take any tips we can get, but we don’t stop to realize this advice was literally created during the same time that women were advised not to exercise because it would make them less feminine. It’s 2017, and we’re *starting* to know better. I mean, if we can order bottles of tequila on an app and convince our boyfriends
Marcelo Matarazzo January Your ambition and your strong work ethic are two of your best characteristics, but the way you’ll fall in love in 2018 is by meeting someone who reminds you that there is so much life to be lived of work. They’ll be 100% supportive of your career and your goals, and will only cheer you on rather than getting in your way – but they will also remind you that it’s important to look up from
New Delhi (CNN)It was early on Tuesday morning when residents in the Indian capital of Delhi first began to notice the thick white haze that had descended across the city.On Tuesday afternoon, city chiefs closed all public and private schools, requesting instead that the city's tens of thousands of school-aged children remain indoors; on Wednesday, they banned incoming trucks and halted civil construction projects; while on Thursday, local media suggested the government would again implement a temporary measure to
Contraception can be a charged topic for many reasons. It’s highly personal, of course. Frequently it’s political. And the stakes, should your method of choice fail, are obviously very high indeed. Which perhaps explains why there hasn’t been a whole lot of innovation in the space — unless you count the prospect of a male pill which nonetheless still hasn’t arrived on the market. None of these challenges have deterred European startup Natural Cycles from pushing to establish what it bills as
(CNN)One month ago, the worst mass shooting in US history took place at a country music concert in Las Vegas. Fifty-eight people were killed and more than 500 people injured. Bill O'Reilly boiled the massacre down to six words: "This is the price of freedom." In America, we are free to stockpile weapons. We are free to order ammo online. We are free to outfit our guns with bump stocks, like the Vegas shooter did. This is the price
Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images. Remember the shooting in Texas? By the time you read this — a month later? A week later? Perhaps just two days later — what happened in Sutherland Springs will be a fading memory (where is Sutherland Springs, again?). We'll have mostly forgotten those who lost their lives and why they aren't here anymore. We won't remember that the youngest victim was 18 months old. Or that the oldest was 71. Or that an
Welp, it’s November. Pretty soon we’ll be saying, “Peace out,” to fall and doing everything we can to brace ourselves for the upcoming winter and holiday season. Two things we can never actually prepare enough for. We’ll all accept the fact that going into hibernation means gaining at least three pounds from all of the family dinners and wine we’ll be drowning in to defrost our bodies and ice cold hearts. ‘Tis finally full-on “cuffing season.” It’ll soon be
No one likes a show-off, not least the male tui bird from New Zealand. It has recently been found that the males cannot cope with others who outdo them in the singing department, and so act more aggressively by getting all up in their face and upping their musical game. Most of the time male birds sing for one of two reasons, either to attract a mate or to keep other fellas off their patch. Living in forests that
A boy with untreatable wounds has had 80 percent of his skin replaced with a genetically modified epidermis in an attempt to save his life. The 7-year-old boy has a life-threatening genetic disorder that has caused untreatable and infected wounds all over his body. Before the surgery to replace it, the Syrian boy, named only as Hassan, had lost around 80 percent of his skin to the disorder. In 2015, he was admitted to a children's hospital in Germany where
Pollution is killing up to 9 million people every single year across the planet. As grimly expected, most of these deaths – 92 percent – are in middle-to-low income countries. This makes the unnatural phenomenon, which is responsible for one-in-6 deaths worldwide, more deadly than anything else, including natural disasters, famine, and war. Although drinking water contamination was the second most common cause of death, air pollution is by far and away the most serious issue: it accounted for