December 19, 2010 1 Comment
August 11, 2010 14 Comments
The dating site, OkCupid has completed a new study which confirms our earlier blog post back in April about the higher chance of getting laid with iPhone! The study has determined that among people who use smartphones, iPhone users have a much higher chance of getting laid, followed by BlackBerry users and finally Android users.
Hmmm…. Perhaps this is because the Android has an easily accessible porn app store?
I am dumping my Android for iPhone today. If that’s what it takes to get laid, who cares about early termination fees? I would even pay $1,000 to get out of it. Read more of this post
June 2, 2010 5 Comments
After all the great things we have been posting about DC, here is a sad one. I hate to be the one posting this. I just hope it creates awareness.
According to Google’s Public Data Explorer, DC is the most Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in the nation. CDC shows the STD are on the decline, with the exception of Chlamydia (caused by the Chlamydia Trachomatis bacteria), which is on the rise! Regretfully, our beloved Washington, DC is the capital of such bacteria.
Those of you not familiar with Chlamydia, it’s the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States. It is estimated that about 2.3 million individuals in the United States ages 14-39 are infected with it. Between half and three-quarters of all women who have a Chlamydia do not know that they are infected. The scary part of it is that it can linger for months or years before being discovered. Read more of this post
May 24, 2010 2 Comments
Yeah baby! we made it again! We are ranked No. 1 for the third consecutive year for living healthy, according to a report released by the American College of Sports Medicine‘s American Fitness Index.
The researchers culled data from federal reports and evaluated a multitude of factors, including preventive health behaviors, levels of chronic disease and community health policies for the 50 largest metropolitan areas.
The Washington area scored 73.5 out of 100 possible points. Boston was second with 72.6, and cities in the West dominated the top 10. Read more of this post