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Women's Life

Brittany Yap, editor

 

Weight gain, alcohol connected?

The “Zero Carb” campaign for many alcoholic beverages is the same as believing you are dieting while eating a candy bar that is “cholesterol free.” (shapefit.com) Cholesterol has nothing to do with caloric intake, just as the carbohydrate count in alcohol has nothing to do with the number of calories in the beverage. [More]


Pure alcohol contains about seven calories per gram, which is nearly twice as fattening as carbohydrates or protein.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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The Inner Circle not for the sexually shy

In 1948 Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, a professor of zoology at the University of Indiana revolutionized the nation’s views on sexuality when he published his controversial book Sexual Behavior in the Human Male in which he analyzed and scientifically explained the physical needs and desires of a typical man. Despite the dry, scientific tone of the book, the content struck a nerve in American society. Kinsey linked man’s sexuality to animal sexuality, and although some were appalled, people became more educated on a topic that had been taboo. [More]


Inner Circle

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Plan B: Contraception, not abortion

Plan B, the morning-after pill, is a highly debated form of contraception for women. The controversy over Plan B is whether or not it is a form of contraception, or a means of abortion. The Food and Drug Administration has approved Plan B as a safe method of birth control for women, but the government is holding the bill to pass Plan B for over-the-counter sale because of the debate over it’s being a contraceptive or abortion. [More]

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