December 12, 2018

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James Bond Has a Drinking Problem, According to a Study

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All those martinis — shaken, not stirred — might make Agent 007 look cool, but his drinking habits do not look good for his health. Academic researchers in New Zealand have determined that James Bond has “severe alcohol use disorder” and “should urgently seek professional help for his drinking.”Related: All the Best Cocktail Recipes From Our Favorite CookbooksIn the study published in The Medical Journal of Australia, researchers from the University of Otago combed through all the Bond movies as well as the novels and noted every time the spy had a drink. It turned out Bond sipped an alcoholic beverage 109 times in the movies and an average of 4.5 times per film. He also did a bunch of dumb things while drinking, the researchers wrote....
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The Galaxy S10 Won’t Have a Notch, New Leak Reveals

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Samsung didn’t give Apple an easy ride when the Cupertino company decided to include a notch at the top of the iPhone X. Now, the Korean electronics giant looks set to put its money where its mouth is, as a new leak has revealed a full-screen Samsung S10+ phone that has totally done away with the notch.The S10 series of phones is due early next year. Following on from patent clues that surfaced last month, well known Samsung leak source Evan Blass shared on Twitter a case manufacturer’s expectations for the Galaxy S10.The leak shows three models in the line-up, with two phones — the S10 Lite and the S10 — featuring a tiny hole at the top of their screens for single-lens front-facing cameras rather than the dreaded notch. Even more impressive, though, is the larger S10+. According to the leak, even its double lens design will avoid a notch, with Samsung opting for a twin-hole layout instead....
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Why Facebook's new rule about sex is its weirdest yet | Zoe Williams

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Facebook has new rules, and they are not fun; like Dua Lipa’s, not fun at all. You could not dance to these rules. You must henceforth desist from any post that could “facilitate, encourage or coordinate sexual encounters between adults”. Since sex between consenting adults was, last time I checked, legal – indeed encouraged by responsible media platforms such as ours – this struck me as peculiar. Facebook has always taken strange positions: for ages, the weirdest was that it would remove pictures of breastfeeding, but not pages that made light of rape.This is the strangest yet, particularly given Mark Zuckerberg’s well-known creed of do-what-yer-like. If he can withstand the pressure of parliaments across the globe to appear before them, and if he can weather every accusation with a sturdy, “No, I didn’t … OK, yes I did, but I won’t do it again,” which special-interest group can possibly have leaned on him to make this radical move? Which evangelical church, which celibacy movement, could have got under his skin?...
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One set of twins – two fathers: how common is superfecundation?

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Constance Wu, of Crazy Rich Asians, is in talks to star in a new romcom. Apparently, her character is a bit ditzy – a classic romcom trope. But this ditziness will lead to what I am fairly sure will become a new romcom trope: heteropaternal superfecundation.“It does sound a bit Mary Poppins,” says Michael Carroll, a reproductive scientist at Manchester Metropolitan University and the father of identical twin boys. He explains that heteropaternal superfecundation occurs when a woman gives birth to twins with different biological fathers. Once you can get past all the polysyllables, the romcom possibilities are endless: mistaken identity, twins who look comically different (see Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito in Twins), competing suitors....
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Woo! Ric Flair Can Fight Again After Spending 12 Days in a Coma

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There’s no stopping “The Nature Boy.” Ric Flair is cleared to return to the ring again after nearly dying, the wrestler told “Stone Cold” Steve Austin on his podcast, The Steve Austin Show.In 2017, Flair collapsed and was rushed to the hospital. “I had kidney failure, respiratory heart failure, I was septic and I had pneumonia all at the same time,” he told the fellow wrestler.Flair went into an induced coma for 12 days and stayed in an intensive care unit for a month before being released. For two months after being admitted to the hospital, Flair says he didn’t remember a thing.“I had to go to a rehab facility to learn how to walk and just start from scratch and I never had any memory of anything,” he explained....
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There’s Nothing Wrong With Being ‘Mad As Hell,’ Says Bryan Cranston

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We’re living in an age of anxiety. We’re overworked, overstimulated from technology, challenged with dating and relationships, and of course, have been dealing with our contentious political climate. Unfortunately, that anxiety can sometimes boil over into red-faced, fist-clenching, “I can’t take it anymore” anger. But being furious, especially when it comes to politics, is A-OK, according to Bryan Cranston.Related: Five Fights Every Couple Has and How to Work Past ThemThe Breaking Bad alum is playing anchor Howard Beale in the Broadway rendition of “Network,” the 1976 Academy Award-winning movie. In the film, Beale famously says, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not gonna take this anymore!” During the Oscar-nominated actor’s December 10 appearance on “The Late Show,” host Stephen Colbert asked Cranston about that famous line and what makes the star “mad as hell.”...
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I'm A Sex Therapist. Here's What My Dating Life Is Like.

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Responses have been edited for clarity and style.Celeste: Some men think that just because I’m sexual, I will want to sleep with them right away. I find this to be a turnoff as I actually like to have some buildup, flirtation and seduction before hopping right into bed. I think people are often intimidated by me and surprised at how supportive and easygoing I am. I am always willing to help people learn, and I do it very gently and non-critically.People also assume I have a wild sex life and that I’ve tried tons of different things, which is pretty much true ― though it doesn’t mean that I want to do everything, which some people also assume.Tom: That you’re especially good in bed because you’re a sex therapist. Sure, when it comes to sex, I certainly know what I’m doing, but everybody is different. So, I might know what is true in general, but everyone has their particular interests....
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I’m in a relationship with another man but he identifies as straight

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Until last year, I identified as a straight man. Then, after we drank too much, I made out with a slightly older colleague, who identifies as a straight man. We now meet to kiss and make out. He doesn’t go beyond a certain point physically. He gives me hand jobs but doesn’t want anything sexual himself, just cuddling and kissing. I love him dearly. He says he loves me, too, but as a brother or best friend, not as a partner. Recently, he has stopped kissing me on the lips but we sleep in the same bed and cuddle. I am confused. Is he straight, is he gay/bi, and should I hope for romantic love with him? I love his company and we do lots together, but he will not go beyond the boundaries he has set. I don’t want to beg him to do more if he doesn’t feel comfortable, but it would hurt to walk away....
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My true love gave to me: 'consensual non-monogamy'

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Christmas takes its toll on any relationship, between the surge of domestic necessities – having to deploy the pickling skills you haven’t used in decades, and the emotionally fraught business of gift selection – and, of course, the fact that spending the whole month drunk means you are bound to get off with one of your colleagues. You have wanted to all year; for most of autumn, it was the only reason you went into work.*Dr Wednesday Martin has a modern solution: the “hall pass”, or to give it its full title, a festive period of consensual non-monogamy. “You agree with your partner: ‘I love you, I love this relationship, but I’m also missing some thrill and adventure’,” she said on This Morning. Women are more likely to feel this way than men, Martin asserted....
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The Way Rob McElhenney Gained 60 Pounds Is Both Gross and Impressive

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Warning: If you care at all about your health, do not do what Rob McElhenney did for his role in "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Back in 2011, McElhenney had a thought. The characters on the show should be aging as people in their situation might, so why aren't they gaining obscene amounts of weight? So he proposed to all cast members that they should put on 50 pounds — but only McElhenney and Danny DeVito were in. “DeVito is the only one that agreed, and I was like, ‘No. Not you. You’ll die,'" McElhenney told Dax Shepard on his show "Armchair Expert." So McElhenney went all-in and put on the weight himself.Related: Here's The Ultimate Muscle-Building Workout For Skinny GuysTo put on such an insane 60 pounds in three months, McElhenney consulted a nutritionist who told him the responsible thing: “This is not funny, do not do this.” But the actor wouldn’t give up. He pressed the nutritionist and got a meal plan: plenty of chicken breasts, rice and vegetables. The problem was, McElhenney couldn't stomach so much food. So he calculated the number of calories in the chicken meals and had two Big Macs instead. But that’s not all, as he described on the podcast:...
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Presenting 2018's Strangest Health and Wellness Trends

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Some health trends — like intermittent fasting, charcoal everything and infrared saunas — have been bubbling up for a few years now, but in 2018 we saw them explode beyond New York and L.A.’s healtherati circles. While some of these oddball health and fitness fads are rightfully going mainstream, others — like...umm goat yoga...appear to be more fluff than substance. To separate the strange but effective from the strange but insane, we turned to some of the country’s leading health experts. Here’s a look at some of the most notably weird (for better or worse!) health and fitness trends of 2018.“Including live animals in any workout routine seems a tad problematic. With goat yoga, playful goats will wander around your mat and even climb on your back while you’re mid-yoga pose. It’s meant to keep you focused, grounded, and connected with both yourself and with nature. I like time-efficient, effective and fun workouts and my gut tells me that goat yoga may only hit on one of these characteristics — no matter how adorably cute those goats really are.” — Brian Zehetner, Director of health and fitness at Planet Fitness...
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David Beckham Used to Steal His Wife’s Beauty Products

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Ever sneaked a bit of your partner’s grooming products? David Beckham has, and he’s not afraid to say it.In an interview with Into the Gloss, the 43-year-old soccer legend revealed how he got interested in style and started taking care of his hair and skin — and it involved a slight bit of theft.Related: AskMen Grooming Awards: Best Hair Styling Products of 2018Whether Beckham was playing for Manchester United in England, Real Madrid in Spain, or the Los Angeles Galaxy, he had an image to uphold. And while there’s nothing wrong with jacking someone’s style to look a certain way, the soccer player did the jacking part from his own Spice Girl, wife Victoria.“My approach to grooming was always to steal my wife’s products. That was kind of it, really. I’d always been aware of how I wanted my hair to look, stuff like that, but I was also in a career where I was always outside—whether I was living in Manchester, living in Madrid, LA...all these different places with different weather,” he told Into the Gloss. “I had to take care of my skin because of that, but the way I looked after it was to steal my wife’s stuff, because I know she has the best.”...
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How Drinking a Hot Toddy Can Improve Your Appearance (Really)

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The weather outside is frightful during the winter, and we're not just talking about the chill factor. In most cases, it triggers dry skin, illness, seasonal depression, weight gain, and several other conditions that can ruin your appearance. Drinking too much alcohol may also worsen these problems.But what if we told you there was a cocktail made just for this time of year that could help reverse these side effects? Even crazier, what if I told you it was a hot toddy? GTFOH!Related: 12 Unexpected Gifts to Please Even the Biggest Spirits ConnoisseurSeriously, dude. The popular mixed drink made from herbs, spices, and for the most part, whiskey, isn’t just this magic elixir that helps you feel better when you have a cold. Tap deeper into its composition and you’ll discover a wealth of health and skin-care benefits that come from sipping this warm, cozy libation — in moderation, of course....
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Finding Your Healthy Self to Find a Healthy Other

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Relationship Coach, Jenna Ponaman, shares her personal story of finding self-acceptance and authenticity within herself to be open (and finding), the best possible partner for her.Have you ever found yourself in a relationship where you try so hard to make it just how you pictured it would be, only to have it end in total disaster? Me! Me! Soooooo me! I knew exactly who my soul-mate would be (Would have been Orlando Bloom, but I’d settle for his Doppleganger) and what my relationship should look like, and so anytime I would get into a relationship with someone I would almost immediately try to take control to get what I wanted—I’d plan dates without giving him the chance for any input, I’d call or text him all the time to “check in,” telling him I loved him (even though I didn’t really feel that way) just to hear him say it back, and I even found myself constantly being the one to seduce him to make sure we had a healthy sex life....
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In it for the long haul: why divorce rates are falling fast

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I am a child of unhappily divorced people. Apparently, there are happily divorced people, but I have always thought they were a myth; an invention of advertisers, who need people to always be happy, even in extremis. Your heart can be in pieces, but how well you wear a cashmere shrug and gambol with a puppy!For me, it was like growing up filled with emotional shrapnel. I didn’t think I would get married, although I always wanted to. I felt incapable of trust. I was love-shy. I am married now, although I do not know if I will stay married. Does anyone really know if they will survive? The fractures between us are large and growing. Sometimes we fill them in, and sometimes not. Perhaps one day we will no longer want to....

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