A newly released medical study might cause women to reconsider going the hormonal replacement route in light of the potential risks: The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, suggests that (continued).
It's an age-old complaint, at least judging by the highly scientific content found in women's magazines: Men just aren't snuggly enough and, what's more, they don't empathize enough either. Hmph! But a hormone-laced nasal spray might change all that for the better.
Sleeping in bed with a woman impairs a man's mental abilities the next day and increases stress hormones, a study has found. This is despite most men reporting a better night's sleep alongside a woman, and happens regardless of whether the couple has sex. The impairment doesn't appear to apply to women.