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01/16/2017 at 09:20. Facebook
Biologists now believe (penis-vagina) sex is not just a sperm delivery process, but also a kind of biological communication, triggering subtle changes in a woman's immune system.

Your sexual habits could help ensure a healthy pregnancy

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yesterday at 20:46. Facebook
At a time when religion is skewered and mocked freely, how do you investigate another’s faith without exploiting it? asks Amal Awad.

How to explore faith without exploiting it

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yesterday at 05:34. Facebook
It turns out that honesty is a teachable trait, and young kids can learn it - with the right incentive.

How to raise an honest kid: New study explains all

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01/14/2017 at 06:54. Facebook
"There’s a lot of social pressure to be busy all the time – it’s gloated about in conversations and on social media – so when we do experience boredom or idleness, we are convinced there must be something wrong with us."

A defence of summer boredom

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01/13/2017 at 06:47. Facebook
“The more we see sexuality and gender diverse folk represented in the public health sector, the more we can help young people to realise that they’re not alone.”

The importance of LGBTQI+ representation in public health

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01/12/2017 at 08:05. Facebook
#BestOf2016: Seventy years separate Kevin King and his son, Pierre.
How old is too old to have a child? Catch up on last year's thought-provoking episode about older parents: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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01/12/2017 at 03:12. Facebook
"The ad perhaps is a fitting theme for Australia Day: forget about or completely misrepresent Australian history and contemporary society, and buy stuff instead," writes Luke Pearson in this comment piece.

What do you think of the ad?

The new lamb ad gets a “D” for effort, not for diversity

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01/11/2017 at 08:50. Facebook
Sticking to sobriety can be tough when many social mores are tied to alcohol. How do you avoid the peer pressure?

Why do our friends want us to drink and dislike it when we don't?

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01/10/2017 at 06:45. Facebook
Should we have a legal right to our work-life balance? A new labour law in France has given workers the right to switch off in out-of-office hours.
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01/09/2017 at 06:15. Facebook
But is personal happiness the biggest reward?

Turns out getting revenge really does make you happier

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#BestOf2016: Maree Lawrence was part of the Stolen Generations - a fact kept secret from her by her adoptive family.

In a powerful episode last year, five women revealed the family secrets that have irrevocably changed their sense of identity: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Is it the food we find comforting, or the memories we associate with it? And either way, is it unhealthy to reach for food for a dose of happiness?

Is comfort food actually comforting? Heck yes, but why?

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Could 'circular dating' - dating at least three people at the same time - really help you find true love with one person?

How to find 'the one' by dating many

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"I often wonder what will happen when my parents pass away. Will I continue to speak Vietnamese as a code language with my sisters? Will we teach the language to our children? Or will we let it slip away?"

I am Vietnamese and Australian, will my native tongue survive here?

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The quality of our sex lives doesn’t appear to decline with age.

(You can also watch Insight's episode on this topic, Good Old Sex, here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Why sex gets better in older age

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How do you ensure intersex children have the same human right to bodily autonomy as everyone else?

The medical community's approach to intersex people is still primarily focused on 'normalising' surgeries

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#BestOf2016: Looking for a New Year's resolution? Perhaps take a leaf out of Brooke McAlary's book of minimalism.

She was part of our bigger look at the toll of hoarding disorder last year: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"It becomes an emotional attachment. It's like ... when you have a new baby, it's a precious thing in the world. Stuff is like that to me."

An explainer on hoarding from our look into the disorder last year.

Why do people hoard?

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When a hospital doctor said nothing more could be done, Alice chose to go home. For her children gathered around, it was time to patch up their relationships, make their mother comfortable and respect her wishes, as the new order of things began. Eldest daughter Gail tells what happened next.

My Mother's Good Death

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More than three decades after the virus was first discovered, 5,753 people will become HIV infected today.

via SBS Sexuality

After decades of research, why is AIDS still rampant?

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