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HindustanTimes Thu,25 Dec 2014

This festive season, friends are the new family

Spending special occasions like Christmas away from home is giving more and more people a reason to find families in their friend circles.

Fifty Shades' effect: Brits splurge £50 million on sex toys

Lovehoney, Britain's biggest online sex toy retailer, has revealed that in their 12-year history, they sold more than 20,000 items in a day, which was more than any other day in the UK, ever.

For a happy relationship here's what you need to do…

How you sleep with your partner may decide how your love life is going to be in the future. You just need to make sure you switch off the laptop and hit the bed with her at the same time.

Shocking but true! Alcohol increases suicide risk among women

Alcohol use increases suicide risk among women, especially those who have symptoms of insomnia such as sleep disturbance and daytime tiredness, shows research.

#WorstDateIn 5Words: This is how to ruin a date

Tweeters have been discussing their terrible dating histories, as well as their nightmare scenarios, under the hashtag #WorstDateIn5Words.  Try using these on a bad date and you'll find out what we're talking about.

Long distance relationships: 8 ups and downs to consider

A dark cloud of gloom automatically descends when one considers the idea of a long distant relationship. Contemplating a long distance relationship? Here are some factors to keep in mind. But ultimately, it takes two to tango to make a long-distance work. The question remains: Are you willing?

If you want to be confident, don't take too long to take decisions

A team of neuroscientists has found that the longer people take to decide, the less accurate and confident they are.

Apparently, many students have sex while driving, finds survey

Sex behind the wheel can distract young drivers, leading to over-speeding and even a crash in some cases, says a new study.

Key to students' academic success? Personality, not intelligence

It turns out that personality traits are more important than intelligence when it comes to success in education, according to a new study.

So, who’s pressing the buttons at home?

It was 8.30 in the morning when Chaddha ji rang my doorbell. Now, I’m not exactly anti-social but getting woken up on a Sunday morning by the most eccentric neighbour in the world is not my idea of fun.
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