Men’s Welfare: The More Sports, the More Orgasms
Male friends, the agreed welfare has come: research shows that men who insist on exercising are more sexually happy.
The specific research is as follows: Nearly 300 men provided data on their exercise intensity and sexual function, Such as the ability, frequency and quality of erection, The ability to achieve orgasm, etc. The results show that, Whether white, black or yellow men, two hours of [strenuous exercise], three and a half hours of [moderate intensity exercise] or six hours of [low intensity exercise] a week can help to achieve a better sex life. The reasons that hinder sexual happiness include diabetes and heart disease, age and smoking in addition to lack of exercise.
Experts said that how many specific sports are [useful] really varies from person to person. However, one thing is clear: it is better to exercise than not to move.
How to choose running music?
A new study shows that music to your taste can improve running speed.
Contrary to the previous view that fast-paced music can improve sports performance, the latest research has found that as long as there is an incentive effect, the music rhythm, no matter how fast or slow, can speed up running.
In the experiment, 15 men competed in three 5,000-meter races. According to the average results, the researchers found that running by listening to music was faster than running by what without listening to music, and the completion time of running by listening to slow songs and fast songs was not much different.
Since the list of songs is chosen by the participants themselves, the researchers are convinced that the motivation of songs for running comes from the meaning of the songs to you, not the rhythm of the songs themselves. People feel not only the rhythm, but the overall effect of the songs.
If you think Mozart’s music can also excite you from running, then boldly add it to your running song list!
Autistic children are more likely to have gastrointestinal problems?
A recent study shows that children with autism spectrum disorders are more likely to suffer from gastrointestinal related problems of diarrhea, constipation, food allergy or food intolerance between the ages of half and two and a half than children with normal development and stunted development.
Experts pointed out that although infants are indeed prone to gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea and constipation, autistic children are more prone to gastrointestinal problems before the age of three and last longer, which deserves attention.
Recognizing the insufficient identification and treatment of gastrointestinal problems in autistic children may be of great help to their nursing and behavior problems correction.
Of course, experts also said that the relationship between autism and gastrointestinal problems still needs further exploration.
WHO: We Want to Eliminate Tuberculosis
March 24 is World Tuberculosis Day. Tuberculosis is one of the most deadly infectious diseases in the world. In 2013, about 9 million people worldwide suffered from tuberculosis and 1.5 million died of it. The World Health Organization calls for [concerted global action] to end the global epidemic of tuberculosis.
In recent years, considerable progress has been made in the fight against tuberculosis, More than 37 million lives have been saved. But this is not enough. At the World Health Assembly last year, governments adopted the WHO Stop TB Strategy. The strategy sets an ambitious goal of reducing TB mortality by 95% and incidence by 90% by 2035. Therefore, all people in the world must work together to achieve a TB-free world.
Want to live long? Your genes have something to say
Genes, a healthy lifestyle and good luck may all help you live to 90 years old, but if your life expectancy exceeds 100 years old, then you may have to hope you have good genes.
A recent study found that at least 280 genes are associated with people’s super-old age (over 105 years old). Researchers analyzed the data of about 2,200 people around the world who lived beyond 100 years old. They found that 1,917 of them had brothers and sisters who lived beyond 90 years old. Among them, there are more than 1,000 old people’s brothers and sisters who have survived the age of 100.
Both this study and previous studies show that the influence of kinship on life span is due to genes, rather than factors that other family members may be similar to, such as lifestyle, living environment or parents’ behavior habits.
Responsible Editors: Fu Ting, Ding Ruoshui, Qing Qing