Monday, October 3, 2011


Adsense Help

  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
:::Help Questions for Participating In Adsense:::
     
>>Do they tell you when they send a check out?
>> Yes! Check the Payment History.
 
>>What are the highest paying keywords?
>> Your Answer is Look at this page.
 
>>How much can I earn with this program?                                                             >> Look at this thread.
 
>>I clicked my own Ads by mistake what to do now?
>> Its normal doesn’t panic. No one is perfect. Many of us have done that. If you are really worried, you can E-mail them.
>>Can my account be reinstated after being disabled for invalid activity?
>> If you feel additional information would be valuable in explaining your situation, you can notify Google at Adsense-adclicks@Google.com , or respond to the disapproval notice that was emailed to you.
 
Respond to the qu1.1estions asked by the support team, and they will be happy to reconsider your account with the additional information provided. There is no guarantee that you will be reinstated into AdSense. If they feel the advertisers and publishers will be adversely impacted by invalid activity we may from time to time cease a publisher's participation in the program.
 
>>I clicked a Number of ads on the first day and I didn't know. What do I do?
>> If you accidentally click on your own ads, it's best to let the AdSense team know. Email http://www.webmaster-headquarters.com/faqs/adsense-support@google.com and Then Explain the situation.

 
>>Do I need to contact Google every time I make a new web site?
>> No.
 
>>What is a good CTR?
>> It depends on the kind of site you got. Some sites have trouble getting a 1% CTR. Others have no trouble getting over 10% CTR. Check the links at the end of the FAQ for tips on optimizing your site.
 
>>How can I view my ads with out clicking them?
>> If you are using Windows and the Internet Explorer browser, you can download the Google AdSense preview tool. More information is available at:
http://www.google.com/support/adsense/bin/topic.py?topic=160
If you are not using Windows or do not have access to the Internet Explorer browser, you can view the destination URL of ads appearing on your site by following the instructions on: http://www.google.com/support/adsense/bin/answer.py?answer=9876
If you use these tips, you can set your mind at ease when you want to view the ads appearing on your site.
 
>>Some times I get a message that says 'Page could not be found' with a 404 error, where the link units should be. What do I do?
>> Make sure you alternative ad URL is working, and from AdSense Advisor. I recommend contacting http://www.webmaster-headquarters.com/faqs/adsense-support@google.com.
 
>>How do I report a cheater?
>> Click the 'Ads by Google' link. Then select the 'Report a violation.' option and tell them about the cheater.
>> What Is Google Adsense?               >>www.Google.com earns most of its revenue by allowing other website owners to advertise on their search result pages. All this is managed through a program they call Google AdWords  Now you can Earn a share of the revenue that Google earns from AdWords by displaying these same text ads on your site. In other words, you're helping Google advertise and they pay you a percentage of what they earn. This program is called Google AdSense !!                                                                                                           Every website owner should at least consider the program. Even if your site is just for information purposes, you can still participate and make decent money with Google AdSense Or at least enough to fund your website.                                                                                                                                          So if you are one of those people that don’t like the idea of paying for a site, this is an excellent way to earn your money back and then some.
 
>>Who is a Cheater?                                                                                               >> A Cheater is person who clicks his own ads and Encourages people to do the same he is also called a Fraud.
 
>>The Main Question Can I sign-up if I am under 18?
>> Yes. But you must have a parent or guardian submit an application using their name as the payee name and all payments will be made to the adult. NOT TO YOU.
 
>>I tried joining a week ago but I haven't got any reply. What do I do?
>> If you don’t get a reply then E-mail Google.
 
:::Some Other Important Questions Related To Adsense:::
 
>>Will I get terminated for not generating enough clicks or impressions?
>> While this language is indeed included in the T&C, please note that we have never done this sort of termination.
 
>>Is Adsense status a good source to check your traffic?
>> Not really. Many visitors, including Firefox users can block AdSense ads. One user get's twice the page views in awstat and webalizer than show up in the AdSense reports.
 
>>What do I do if I'm about to get bombed with visitors?
>> E-mail Google ASAP. At least a few business days in advance if you can, and save the E-mail and there reply. Suddenly getting bombed with visitors has been known to make Google send out that invalid clicks termination E-Mail. If you then get terminated, you can reply to them with a copy of your E-mail and there reply. Be polite! Explain to them what caused the massive increase in visitors, and include links to anything that can back you up. For example, a major web page that adds a link to your site.
 
>>Who pays more money $$Google or Yahoo$$?
>> There's not a lot of info out on this yet. I got three quotes from three users that are now testing Yahoo... 'Yahoo pays 100% more'. Another one is 'finding YPN actually better than Adsense', and 'the CPC is better then AdSense' Of course we don't know how the payout will be after Yahoo get's out of beta. As far as we know, they could cut payout in half a few months after going public when all the hype dies down. If you got Yahoo Ads on your site, post your results on the boards and compare them to Google Ads You will get the Answer.
 
>>Can we have images above or next to our ads?
>> Yes, but include a border line between the ads and use generic ads.
From AdSense Advisor...
Placing images above AdSense ads is not necessarily prohibited by program policies. However, depending on the method of implementation this could be considered `encouraging users to click on ads'. Encouraging users to click on the Google ads appearing on your site is prohibited by AdSense program policies. The reason for this is to prevent artificial inflation of advertiser costs. This benefits both advertisers and publishers by preserving the integrity of the network, and maintaining its long-term viability. If you have concerns about whether you have implemented your ads in a way that complies with AdSense program policies, feel free to email us with your URL. A specialist will be happy to conduct a review, and you will not be penalized.
 
>>How do I change my Email Address / login?
>> 1. Create a new email. If possible, use the email address currently associated with your AdSense                        account
 2. Write 'Login change request' as the subject of your message                                                                                                   3. Include the following in the body of your message:  
* The email address currently associated with your account                                                                                                         * The date of the first day your account registered AdSense impressions                                                                             * The number of page impressions registered on your first day of impressions                                                              4.Send the email to adsense-support@Google.com
 
>>My 'Aggregate' clicks are about 15% more than the sum of all my channel clicks. Why do I have missing clicks?
>> If you are using URL channels, some of these clicks could have been generated from cached versions of your page appearing in search engine results. Also, someone might be framing your content so the clicks are attributable to a different URL. Using 'www' in your URL channel can also have an effect on tracking. If you are using custom channels, it is likely that one of your ad units might not be attributable to a channel.
 
:::Some Questions Related To CPM & CPC Ads:::   
 
>>What is CPC Ads V/S CPM Ads?
>> Cost-per-click (CPC) and cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM). When AdWords advertisers bid on a CPM basis, their ads will compete against CPC ads to display on your pages. Our technology automatically displays whichever ad will generate the maximum revenue for that page, so these ads should only improve your site's revenue potential. If a CPM ad appears on your site, you will be paid each time it appears on your page, not every 1000 times. The term 'cost-per-thousand-impressions' refers to they way AdWords advertisers bid on these Ads. For example, an AdWords advertiser might bid $X for 1000 ad impressions. If this ad appears on your site through the AdSense program, you will receive 1/1000 of $X each time the ad appears. This type of ad will only show on your site if it represents more revenue potential than a CPC Ads.
 
>>Can we view CPM ads on our own site?
>> You are permitted to view CPM ads appearing on your pages without the risk of creating invalid ad impressions.
 
>>How could I be make money from no click?
>> With CPM ads these Ads are Cost Per Month Ads.
 
>>Why does the page eCPM goes down as day progresses?
>> The ads which pay higher can end because they reach their daily limit.
 
:::Some More Questions About Getting Away Of BAN From Adsense:::
 
>>How do I keep away from getting terminated of Adsense?
>> Do use the Adsense approved formats only.
>> Do keep your click-through data and income private.
>> Don't display Adsense on registration or thank you pages.
>> Don't use Adsense code and a competitor's content-targeted advertisement on the same page.
>> Don't encourage anyone else to click on ads.
>> Don't click on the site's own ads ever.
Read the Adsense policies and terms.
 
The easiest method an account can be banned is by a Webmaster clicking on the site's own ads.
Spikes in click-through percentages are hefty red flags. Those are the changes worth becoming proactive over by emailing Google Adsense. A site that rises from a consistent 1% click-through rate to a 10% click-through rate on one day could become suspect. The actual percentage that creates the flag isn't made public for obvious reasons.
 
>>What if I get denied when I sign-up and Google says I got banned before, yet I've never used AdSense?
>> If you get this E-Mail....
Your AdSense account was found to be related to an account previously disabled for invalid click activity. A publisher who has an account that has been disabled for invalid clicks is not allowed further participation in the AdSense program. And you've never used AdSense before try to figure out WHY they might be thinking you were once banned. IP Address? Owning a domain that was once owned by a user that cheated AdSense?? Once you figure out the cause, send them a nicely worded explanation, and cross your fingers.
>> How Much Can I Earn From Google Adsense?                                                                                                              >>Google does not disclose exactly how much you'll earn per ad that is clicked.                                    The commission you receive per click depends on how much advertisers are paying Google for the particular Ad You will earn a share of that amount. I've heard of earnings anywhere from 2 cents to $15 per click. So it is logical to believe that keyword phrases like debt free, employment, make money, mp3, sex,etc. will earn you more per click since these are highly competitive keywords that are searched for quite a bit on the web. Advertisers generally pay more for popular terms because they are searched for more. Even though Google will not reveal how much you are earning for each ad that is clicked from your site, you can still login to your account at any time and see the total amount of revenue you've generated that day, week, month, year, etc. For example, if you see that you've made $12.60 today from 9 clicks then you can calculate that your average click-thru commission was $1.40 per click. That's as detailed as their stats will get. Also remember, that's only an average. You won't know how much each specific ad brought in.
 
>>How to get unbanned from Adsense?
>> Read these Articles.
 
>>How to get my Adsense Account back?
>> There is No way to get it back but You Can Try Once by Filling an Online Appeal Form.
Next time you join a program, read the Terms & Conditions CAREFULLY.
 
>>Does high CTR mean elimination from Adsense?
>> probably not. It shows your site is much optimized. It's when you have a massive spike that you want to worry about it. One thing to worry about is getting click-bombed. If you average 100 clicks a day, and suddenly get a 500 click day, contact Google immediately.
 
>>Can affiliate text links be on the same page as AdSense?
>> Yes. Though if you join programs that look like AdSense, such as Yahoo ad program, where the ads show content related to the page, you can't have them on the same page as Google.
 
>>Can I place Yahoo and Google ads on the same site?
>> Yes, BUT, they can not be on the same page. And you can have it random, one time Yahoo, and another time Google. Just don't have them both show up on the same page.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Heart needs exercise not rest after heart attack, claims study



A new study has found that early exercise as well as prolonged exercise is the best remedy for patients who have suffered a heart attack.
Researchers at the University of Alberta reviewed more than 20 years of trials.
They found that stable patients who have suffered heart attacks get more benefits for heart performance when starting an exercise program one week after the heart attack, than waiting a month or longer to begin rehabilitation.
"While it''s been shown that exercise has a favourable effect on heart function, it''s also important to dispel the idea that what the heart needs is rest," study co-author Mark Haykowsky, researcher in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, said.
The study shows that, in fact, the heart will become better with exercise sooner and with continued exercise over a longer period of time.
"In the past, patients in Canada and the US have been told to wait for one month before beginning their exercise treatment and this treatment typically only goes on for about three months," Alex Clark, researcher in the Faculty of Nursing, said.
Patients who begin an exercise program one week after their heart attack were found to have the best heart performance.
For those who waited to begin their exercise rehabilitation program, the results showed that for every week that a patient delayed his or her exercise treatment, he or she would have to train for the equivalent of one month longer to get similar benefits.
"Our findings suggest that at least six months of exercise is the most beneficial," Clark said.
Exercise in this study is defined as aerobic exercise in a group setting to build up exercise capacity. The researchers reviewed both benefits and harms of exercise.
The authors said there was no evidence in the study to suggest that beginning an exercise program earlier that the typical waiting period had any detrimental effects.
"In the 70''s, health-care professionals were telling patients not to move for three months after a heart attack. Our findings suggest that stable patients need not wait a month to start exercising in a cardiac-rehabilitation setting," Clark said.
Given that, in Canada, only one third of patients are referred to rehabilitation after a heart attack and then only 20 percent attend.
Haykowsky said the key to the best outcome is for patients to not only get referred to rehabilitation, but to be referred early, participate and stick with it.

Protein linked with heart failure discovered



Researchers have discovered a protein switch which can trigger conditions culminating in heart failure, potentially opening the way for improved treatment.
A study shows that the absence of protein PINK1 causes heart cells to produce less energy, reports the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
This lack of energy causes some heart cells to die, forcing the remaining cells to work harder to keep the heart going. Consequently, the heart muscle cells thicken, a condition known as hypertrophy.
"Our research suggests that PINK1 is an important switch that sets off a cascade of events affecting heart cell metabolism," says Phyllis Billia, principal author, clinician-scientist and heart failure specialist at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, Canada.
Heart failure is the most common cause of hospitalization in the US and over 50,000 people are treated for advanced heart failure annually, according to the Cardiac Centre statement.
Transplantation is the only long-term treatment for end-stage heart failure patients, but the long waiting period for a matching donor organ makes it necessary to find other alternatives.
"Heart failure remains a silent epidemic in North America... current therapies, while effective, only target the symptoms of heart failure," study co-author Vivek Rao said.
"The discovery of PINK1's role in the development of heart failure may lead to novel treatment to prevent heart failure in those at risk. This discovery represents a novel and as yet, untapped mechanism to fight the battle against heart failure," Rao added.(IANS)

Almonds ‘could help prevent diabetes, heart disease’



A new study - conducted at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - has suggested that eating almonds could help prevent diabetes and heart disease.
Scientists discovered that including the nuts into our diets could help treat type 2 diabetes. As well as combating the condition, linked to obesity and physical inactivity, it could tackle cardiovascular disease, they said.
Diabetics have a shortage of insulin or a decreased ability to use the hormone that allows glucose to enter cells and be converted to energy.
When diabetes is not controlled, glucose and fats remain in the blood and over time, damage vital organs.
The latest study showed that a diet rich in almonds may help improve insulin sensitivity and decrease LDL-cholesterol levels in those with pre-diabetes, a condition in which people have blood glucose levels higher than normal but not high enough to be classified as diabetes.
The study looked at the effects of consuming an almond-enriched diet on 65 adults with pre-diabetes.
The group on the almond-enriched diet showed greater improvements in insulin sensitivity and significant reductions in LDL-cholesterol compared with the nut-free group.
"It is promising for those with risk factors for chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease that dietary changes may help to improve factors that play a potential role in the disease development," the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher Dr Michelle Wien as saying.

Diabetes'' link to viral infection confirmed



An Australian study has suggested that kids with Type 1 diabetes are nearly 10 times more likely to have a viral infection as compared to healthy children.
Childhood diabetes has been linked to enteroviruses, which can lead to cold, flu and even meningitis. But the researchers have disapproved that the virus causes diabetes.
Researchers at the University of New South Wales and the Institute of Endocrinology and Diabetes in Sydney combined the research of several groups to reach to some definitive answers.
They reviewed 26 sets of research involving 4,448 patients and concluded, "The association between enterovirus infection, detected with molecular methods, and diabetes was strong, with almost 10 times the odds of enterovirus infection in children at diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes," reports the BBC.
One of the issues with this type of research is that it is hard to prove what causes what.
Enterovirus could cause diabetes, or diabetes could make you more susceptible to enterovirus - or something else, such as genetic makeup, could make you more likely to get both.

Gene variations linked to type 2 diabetes


A new study has found that certain variations of the gene HMGA1 are associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus for individuals of white European descent.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) is a common metabolic disorder that is associated with major diabetes-related complications, including retinopathy, kidney disease and cardiovascular disease.
Insulin resistance in muscle, liver, and fat tissue is a major feature of most patients with type 2 DM.
And it is considered that heredity is a major contributor to the insulin resistance of type 2 DM, according to the study.
Antonio Brunetti of the University of Catanzaro, Italy and colleagues conducted a study to examine the association of HMGA1 gene variants with type 2 DM.
The study included patients with type 2 DM and controls from 3 populations of white European ancestry in three countries Italy, U. S. and France.
The researchers found that the most frequent functional HMGA1 variant, IVS5-13insC, was present in 7 percent to 8 percent of patients with type 2 DM in all 3 populations.
The prevalence of this variant was higher among patients with type 2 DM (nearly 16 times higher odds of having this variant) than among controls in the Italian population (7.23 percent vs. 0.43 percent in one control group; and 7.23 percent vs. 3.32 percent in the other control group).
In the U. S. population, the prevalence of IVS5-13insC variant was 7.7 percent among patients with type 2 DM vs. 4.7 percent among controls; in the French population, the prevalence of this variant was 7.6 percent among patients with type 2 DM and 0 percent among controls.
In the Italian population, 3 other functional variants were observed. When all 4 variants were analyzed, HMGA1 defects were present in 9.8 percent of Italian patients with type 2 DM and 0.6 percent of controls.

Artificial pancreas can ‘effectively’ improve diabetes control in adults



Researchers have suggested that closed loop insulin delivery (also known as an artificial pancreas) may improve overnight blood glucose control and reduce the risk of nocturnal hypoglycaemia (a sudden drop in blood glucose levels during the night) in adults with type 1 diabetes.
Lifelong insulin therapy is needed to control blood glucose levels, but the risk of hypoglycaemia remains a major challenge, especially during the night.
Recent advances have led to the development of a closed loop insulin delivery system that automatically computes insulin dose according to glucose levels detected by a sensor. Previous studies have shown that this system is effective in children and adolescents, but its effectiveness in adults is unknown.
So a team of researchers, led by Roman Hovorka from the University of Cambridge, carried out two studies to compare the safety and efficacy of overnight closed loop insulin delivery with conventional insulin pump therapy in adults with type 1 diabetes.
These findings provide further evidence that overnight closed loop delivery can operate safely, effectively, and consistently across different age groups, insulin sensitivities, and lifestyle conditions, concluded the authors.
They added that the closed loop system "may in future allow more flexible lifestyles in conjunction with improved glycaemic control for people with type 1 diabetes."

Mobile phones can help underdeveloped nations to check diabetes: Study




"Telehealth programs" could help low-income patients across the globe manage diabetes and other chronic diseases, a new study by the Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System and University of Michigan has revealed.
"Telehealth programs have been shown to be very helpful in a variety of contexts, but one of the main limitations for delivering these services in the developing world has been a lack of infrastructure," author John D. Piette, a senior research scientist with the VA and professor of internal medicine at the U-M Medical School, has said.
Taking advantage of the broad connectivity in Latin America, researchers linked cell phones with low-cost internet-based phone calls to conduct the survey. The service used a cloud computing approach so that the program can be provided from a central location to low income countries across the world that lack a strong technological infrastructure.
Researchers connected to the enrolled diabetic patients from a clinic in a semi-rural area of Honduras, on a weekly basis, and helped them to improve their diabetes management skills and general health.
Researchers reportedly noticed improvement in patients' hemoglobin A1C, a measure of blood sugar control, during the sixth week of their study.
"We wanted to demonstrate that it was possible to deliver a high-tech program from U-M to very vulnerable patients with diabetes in Honduras who only have local cell phone service," Piette says.
The study said the developing world faces a cardiovascular disease crisis because of its dependence of fast food, and the number of people with diabetes across the world is expected grow from 285 million to 439 million by 2030.
Piette's study has been applauded by many veterans.
"We believe the work of Dr. Piette and his colleagues represents an important and sustainable milestone in innovative global health strategies for the prevention, diagnosis, and management of non-communicable diseases. This work truly stands the chance to improve the health of millions of people in a relatively short time," U-M Global Health Director Sofia D. Merajver, said. (ANI)

High-fat diet during pregnancy puts baby at risk of future diabetes



A high-fat diet during pregnancy may program a woman''s baby for future diabetes, even if she herself is not obese or diabetic, a new study has warned.
"We found that exposure to a high-fat diet before birth modifies gene expression in the livers of offspring so they are more likely to overproduce glucose, which can cause early insulin resistance and diabetes," said Yuan-Xiang Pan, a U of I professor of nutrition.
"In recent years, the American diet has shifted to include many high-energy, high-fat, cafeteria-type, and fast foods," he noted.
In the study, Pan and doctoral student Rita Strakovsky fed obesity-resistant rats either a high-fat or a control diet from the first day of gestation. Because the animals were not obese before the study began, the scientists were able to determine that diet alone had produced these effects.
"At birth, offspring in the high-fat group had blood sugar levels that were twice as high as those in the control group, even though their mothers had normal levels," Strakovsky said.
"Until now we didn''t realize that a mother''s diet during pregnancy had a long-term effect on the metabolic pathways that affect her child''s glucose production," Pan said.
"Now that we know this, we urge pregnant women to eat a balanced low-fat diet that follows government guidelines. Then a woman can prime her child for a healthy life instead of future medical struggles,” he added.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Viagra may cause hearing loss



Researchers have found a link between hearing loss and the use of the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.
Gerald McGwin, a professor of epidemiology at the School of Public Health in the University of Alabama at Birmingham claims use of Viagra can result in long-term hearing loss. Also, use of other phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE-5i) drugs such as Cialis and Levitra can be harmful for the ear, but results on those drugs are inconclusive.
Study author Gerald McGwin, a professor of epidemiology in the UAB School of Public Health, said: "It appears from these findings that the current government warning regarding hearing loss and the use of PDE-5i medications is warranted.
"Though there are limitations to this study, it is prudent that patients using these medications be warned about the signs and symptoms of hearing impairment and be encouraged to seek immediate medical attention to potentially forestall permanent damage."
In 2007, following the report of several case studies potentially linking PDE-5i use and sudden hearing loss, the Food and Drug Administration announced labeling changes for PDE-5i medications so that the risk of hearing problems was more prominently displayed. McGwin said this is the first epidemiologic study to evaluate the relationship between PDE-5i drugs and long-term hearing loss.
McGwin examined data on 11,525 men over 40 years of age gathered by the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, a survey conducted by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality between 2003 and
2006. Men who reported use of PDE-5i medications were twice as likely to also report hearing loss as were men who had not used the drugs.
McGwin said the relationship was strongest for men reporting use of sildenafil (Viagra) over those who used tadalafil (Cialis) or vardenafil (Levitra), a finding he attributed in part to a small sample size for both of the latter drugs. McGwin said the findings indicated an elevated but not statistically significant increase in hearing loss for users of tadalafil and vardenafil.
PDE-5i drugs were originally designed to treat pulmonary hypertension and are now used extensively in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). McGwin said one important consideration in evaluating the nature of the relationship between the drugs and hearing is the existence of a plausible biological mechanism of how these drugs might cause hearing loss.
McGwin said: "PDE-5i medications work in ED patients by their ability to increase blood flow to certain tissues in the body. It has been hypothesized that they may have a similar effect on similar tissues in the ear, where an increase of blood flow could potentially cause damage leading to hearing loss."
McGwin acknowledged limitations in the study, including the limited sample size for tadalafil and vardenafil, concerns over under-reporting of use of PDE-5i medications and confounding factors such as pre-existing conditions that might also contribute to hearing loss. He suggested that additional research regarding the risk from PDE-5i is necessary due to the largely irreversible nature of hearing loss and its impact on quality of life.
McGwin concluded: "The results of the current study in conjunction with a plausible biologic mechanism lend support to the FDA''s decision to warn patients about the potential risk posed by PDE-5i use".

Sex may be the best way to banish the bulges!



treadmills, long walks and Atkins diet, an expert has come up with a new way of staying in shape—and it has nothing to do with cutting out on carbs – it’s indulging in plenty of sex.
Yes, you heard it right, "sexercise" makes a person slimmer – if you do enough of it.
Combining sex and fitness is like killing two birds with one stone. Sex gets you fit. And being fit makes you want to have more sex. This is, in large part, because of all of the benefits a good sexercise routine offers, like: improved blood flow in strengthening your heart, better cholesterol, changing more of your bad cholesterol (LDL) to good cholesterol (HDL), weight control, better sleep and greater energy, including longer life and a better quality of life.
According to Fox News, women, in particular, feel more attractive with sexual fitness, since they produce more estrogen. This makes for shinier, smoother hair. Both sexes glow as their skin pores become cleansed, thanks to sweating. They feel sexier than ever.
But how do you start this sexercise routine? Well, sex educator Dr. Yvonne KristĂ­n Fulbright has come to your rescue.
Get a physical if you haven’t in a while. While it may be laughable to do this, you’re going to be physically active, accelerating your heart rate, pulse, and blood pressure.
You’re also going to be testing and developing your strength, stamina, and flexibility. As with any form of exercise, you need to make sure that you’re good to go.
Aim for half-hour romps 3-5 times a week. This may seem like a lot, but this is actually not very time-consuming. Consider the amount of time you put into your favorite TV show.
Remind yourself of the rewards. Sex for 30 minutes burns anywhere from 15-350 calories, depending on how physically active you are. This is the equivalent of calories burned during a half an hour of brisk walking, running, or lifting weights.
Vigorous or longer sex sessions five times per week can burn up to 1,650 calories! The active partner — typically the one on top — tends to burn more.
Don’t lose focus. You can easily get distracted with all of sex’s delights. But your goal is to make it burn. In a matter of weeks, you can notice improvements in the tone and strength of your stomach, back, buttocks, legs and arms.
Aim for variety. Your sexercise routine doesn’t have to be routine. You can’t take it for granted that sexercising won’t be boring, at least not in the same way as your treadmill. So get creative.
Watch what you eat and maintain moderate exercise out of the bedroom.

Why men find bigger boobs sexier



Wonder why men, rather than talking looking straight into your eyes, are more interested in gazing below the neck? Or what is it about big breasts that attract men towards females? Well, the answers to all these questions are rooted in fertility, according to a science journalist.
In her fascinating new book, ‘Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?” American science journalist Jena Pincott has given a detailed account as to why women’s breasts are so sexy and get so big, and how they play a role in attracting the opposite sex.
The Freudian concept theorizes men’s Oedipus complex, by claiming that they’re always looking for a mother figure.
Fuller breasts could be considered to be a sign of increased fertility, and that’s why many men think bigger busts are better.
The fat that accumulates in your chest (as well as your bottom, thighs and hips) is due to the influence of the hormone oestrogen, which also affects your ability to conceive.
A study by Harvard epidemiologist Grazyna Jasienska found that full-figured women are roughly three times as likely to get pregnant as women with other body types.
The book claims that breasts are an advertisement of age, health and good genes, which makes the anthropologists think that they play a vital role in sexual selection even in cultures that don’t eroticise the chest any more than the face. (ANI)

Watermelon is a natural Viagra



Want to steam up your rocky bedroom life? Well, you can rekindle your passion just by eating six slices of watermelon.
The juicy fruit delivers Viagra-like effects to the body’s blood vessels, and may even increase libido.
Scientists say that it contains a chemical called Citrulline that relaxes the blood vessels, thereby making blood move around the body more easily and causing consumers to become aroused, reports the Sun.
It’s not only watermelon; even libido patches designed for men can help stimulate the libido.
Each patch is impregnated with aromas known to affect the sex drive.
Anne Summers’, the original blue pill, which is over-the-counter version of prescription-only Viagra can also stimulate sex drive.
One pill is enough for both men and women for endless fun between the sheets.
Pheromone spray is also known to trigger seductive affect and spice up things in bed.
‘Lure For Him’ contains seductive powers that project silent, subconscious scent signals to the opposite sex, which naturally trigger romantic feelings.
Horny Goat Weed, a Chinese herbal remedy, which has long been known as a natural aphrodisiac can also help enhance sex drive.
Just one pill a day can increase energy and stamina for improved performance. (ANI)

Half of British men are bedroom flops



Half of the British men develop impotence at some point, with alcohol largely to be blamed.
The delicate nature of the subject means that many suffer in silence, with crashing self-esteem and relationships.
Boots, a chemist chain, surveyed 4,500 men. It found that 19 percent have struggled to make love when sober, while a further 31 percent have suffered problems after a boozy night out.
Some 68 percent of those polled also owned up to having experienced premature ejaculation at some point in their lives, reports the Daily Mail.
Two-thirds of married men said they would refuse to discuss the issue with their doctor and one in eight was so embarrassed that he would not talk about it with anyone.
Colm O'Mahony, consultant physician in sexual health at Chester Hospital, said: "Although extremely widespread, the taboo nature of these problems means that most sufferers do not seek help.
"Stigma, shame, concern for their partner's reaction, and sometimes denial, all play a part. Many endure in silence, believing that the problem is transient, and that no help is available.
"It can be crushing. Guys get worn down and when you fix them, the change in their demeanour is dramatic.
Sexual problems are most common among older men, with causes including obesity, smoking, alcohol, stress, medication and hardening of the arteries.
Although Viagra is the best-known treatment, other drugs are also available. Premature ejaculation, which can also be exacerbated by stress, tends to hit younger men and is usually treatable by changes in -sexual technique.(IANS)

Love really can last a lifetime



 A new study has challenged popular beliefs that love is destined to flicker and flame out in course of time.
Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have found that people can be as madly in love with each other a couple of decades into marriage as they were when they met, reports CBS News.
They conducted brain scans on couples in the early and long-term stages of relationships.
“The couples were shown a picture of their significant other and it highlighted the reward centre (of the brain). So what that can tell us is (that lifelong love is) not mythical, it''s not fairy tale, it shows the same kind of reaction in both
(early and long-term relationships), and that''s wonderful news,” said ‘Early Show’ contributor and psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein.
“The more colour highlights (on the scan reveals) the fact that there is a greater attachment that''s built. Attachment areas grow over time,” she added.
“Love can last much longer than we really thought about because their divorce rate is so high. So I think this is really hopeful that maybe love is equally long-lasting,” said Hartstein.
‘Early Show’ co-anchor Jeff Glor said one important part of the study was that long-term couples who said they were madly in love still have sex frequently.
So how important is sex in a relationship?
“Sex is important for lots of reasons. We know there are actually a physical health benefit, mental health benefit, and most importantly, keeps you connected to your partner. And that''s only going to build passion and positive feeling towards the other person,” said Hartstein.
But beyond sex, she said it is communication that makes a relationship last.

Condoms to be handed to Brit pupils during sexual health lessons



A school in Britain could hand out condoms and prescriptions for the pill to its pupils during “sexual health and family planning” lessons, said a doctor who came up with the idea.
Pupils at Sir Henry Cooper School in Hull could be prescribed contraception between classes under plans to open the country’s first GP surgery in a school.
Dr Mike Holmes of Haxby Group, said the idea behind the scheme was that young people were much more likely to seek medical advice for a range of problems if it was “convenient for them”.
The school for 11 to 16-year-olds was in a relatively deprived area with “a high rate of teenage pregnancies and heart disease”, problems, which should be tackled as early in life as possible.
“We would offer the same services that they could get by visiting any surgery,” the Telegraph quoted him as he spoke about what would be offered by the GPs and nurses.
“We would, for example, offer advice on sexual health and family planning, drugs and obesity, as well as carry out screenings and monitor patients’ height, weight and development,” he stated.
He admitted that dispensing condoms and pill prescriptions was “controversial”.

Common hair loss drugs ‘may impair men’s sexual health’




Men who take the drug finasteride, commonly marketed under the trademark names Propecia and Proscar, may report an on-going reduction in sex drive, and in some cases, prolonged periods of erectile dysfunction even after they stop using the medications, according to a new study by The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
"The study looked at the reported types and duration of persistent sexual side effects in otherwise healthy men who took finasteride for male pattern hair loss," said Dr. Michael Irwig, Assistant Professor of Medicine.
"While finasteride has been associated with reversible adverse sexual side effects in multiple randomized placebo controlled trials, this is the first series to find that symptoms persisted for at least three months despite stopping finasteride."
Dr. Irwig conducted standardized interviews with 71 men aged 21-46 who reported they were in otherwise good health and who claimed they experienced the new onset of sexual side effects after they began finasteride.
Of the men studied, 94 percent said they developed low sexual desire, 92 percent said they developed erectile dysfunction, 92 percent said they developed decreased arousal and 69 percent said they developed problems with orgasm.
Men in this study reported they used finasteride for an average of 28 months and reported an average duration of persistent sexual side effects was 40 months from the time of stopping finasteride to the interview date.
Additionally, the study found the mean number of sexual episodes the survey respondents reported per month dropped, and the reported total sexual dysfunction score increased before and after finasteride use, according to the Arizona Sexual Experience Scale.
Although the exact incidence of persistent sexual dysfunction is unknown, Dr. Irwig recommends that men contemplating the use of finasteride discuss the potential risk for persistent sexual side effects with their doctors.
"The study underscores the importance of physicians, who are treating male pattern hair loss, discussing the potential risk of persistent sexual side effects with their patients."

Viagra reverses nerve disease: Study



Anti-impotence drug Viagra drastically reduces symptoms of multiple sclerosis - which affects the brain and spinal nerve cells - in animal models, says a study.
The research by Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) in Spain shows that a practically complete recovery occurs in 50 percent of the animals after eight days of treatment.
Researchers are hopeful of clinical trials with patients, given that the drug is well tolerated and has been used to treat sexual dysfunction in some multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, reports the journal Acta Neuropathologica.
MS is the most common chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system comprising the brain and the spinal cord and one of the main causes of disability among young adults, according to an UAB statement.
The disease can cause a variety of symptoms - changes in sensation, muscle weakness, abnormal muscle spasms, or difficulty moving; difficulties with coordination and balance; problems in speech or swallowing, visual problems, among others.
There is currently no cure for the disease, although some drugs have proven effective in fighting symptoms and preventing it from progressing.
A research team from the UAB Institute of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, directed by Agustina Garcia, along with another led by Juan Hidalgo, Garcia's counterpart, has studied the effects of a treatment using sildenafil, sold as Viagra, in an animal model of multiple sclerosis.
Researchers demonstrated that a daily treatment with sildenafil after disease onset quickly reduced clinical signs, with a practically complete recovery in 50 percent of the cases after eight days of treatment.
Scientists observed how the drug reduced the infiltration of inflammatory cells into the white matter of the spinal cord, thus reducing damage to the nerve cell's axon and facilitating myelin repair.(IANS)