Sorry boys, size DOES matter: Scientific journal confirms men"s worst bedroom fear

Sorry boys, size DOES matter: Scientific journal confirms men's worst bedroom fear | UPDATED: 13:54 GMT, 12 November 2012 New research shows that size does matter if women want to have vaginal orgasms If you are a man who has been cursed with a less than generous handout in the pants department you might want to look away now. New research by the Journal of Sexual Medicine has shown that contrary to popular (wishful) thinking penis size does matter when it comes to pleasing a woman in bed

Slaving at the stove: Mothers spend an average THREE years of their lives in the kitchen

Slaving at the stove: Mothers spend an average THREE years of their lives in the kitchenSurvey reveals the average mother spends 18 whole days each year in the kitchenOver the average lifespan this amounts to 1,117 days or just over 3 yearsSix out ten women aged between 18 and 24 say a man's kitchen reflects their affluence and style | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 5 November 2012 Not much has changed: It seems mothers still have to devote a huge amount of time to cooking in the kitchen The stereotypical image of mothers slaving away over the stove, stuck in a never ending cycle of preparing meals for their family is not as out of date as we might think.

Get cleansed without the dreaded hose: Colonic irrigation tablet promises health benefits

Colonic irrigation tablet promises a deep internal cleanse WITHOUT suffering the dreaded hoseMany are put off colonic irrigation due to the uncomfortable process involved Two week course promises to cleanse insides without the price tag – or the suffering on the bedCosts 26.95 compared with 100 for session of colonic irrigation | UPDATED: 14:09 GMT, 1 November 2012 Its health benefits have long been endorsed by the likes of Madonna, Princess Diana and, of course, Gillian McKeith. But because of the intimate – and some would say uncomfortable – procedure and hefty price tag, many people are put off by the idea of colonic irrigation

Are you an average Jane? Standard 25-year-old lives with her parents, is unhappy in her job and has bad sex

Are you an average Jane Standard 25 year old lives with her parents, is unhappy in her job and has bad sex Typical wage of twentysomething woman just 13,186.23 a year Third still live with parents and a sixth borrow money Average 20 year old admits half of relationships haven't been great | UPDATED: 16:50 GMT, 19 October 2012 Blake Lively, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Hilary Duff all have two things in common: they are A-list celebrities and they have all conquered the bright lights of fame and fortune by the tender age of 25. But according to the latest research not everyone is as lucky. The new report by Sky Atlantic HD found that many women aged between 20 and 25 are struggling to tick the boxes of financial independence, career fulfillment and sexual satisfaction

Celebrity stylist Mark Heyes reveals how to avoid denim disasters

So long, muffin top! Celebrity stylist MARK HEYES reveals his top tips to avoid denim disasters Women have an average of 10 pairs of jeans in their wardrobe – but only wear twoSeven out of 10 women say they NEVER wear jeans because they struggle to find the right pairShoppers try on an average five pairs of jeans before they find one they likeThis Morning's celebrity stylist Mark Heyes says there's a pair for everyone out there | UPDATED: 14:09 GMT, 21 September 2012 Holy grail Stylist Mark Heyes says finding the perfect pair of jeans needn't be a nightmare They are the uniform of the world, the go-to item in the wardrobes of people from all walks of life. But despite their extraordinary popularity, many of us find buying jeans a hellish experience. Recent research revealed that women have an average of 10 pairs of jeans in their wardrobes – but they wear only two of them

Couples having three times as much sex thanks to Fifty Shades of Grey

Yes, yes, YES! Couples having three times as much sex thanks to Fifty Shades Of Grey UK’s favourite sex position now ‘Reverse Cowgirl’, replacing ‘Doggy Style’ 64 per cent of women said the sizzling page-turner had made them more sexually adventurous | UPDATED: 14:21 GMT, 27 August 2012 It is the erotic thriller that has had blushing women rushing to the book store for their fix of 'mummy porn.' And it seems that readers really are taking inspiration from the best-selling British book with couples now having three times as much sex thanks to the sizzling page-turner.

Men stop caring about their clothes when they hit 37 (that"s when they turn into Jeremy Clarkson)

Men stop caring about their clothes when they hit 37 (that's when they turn into Jeremy Clarkson) | UPDATED: 17:34 GMT, 16 August 2012 Men give up caring about the way they look when they reach 37 – and just start dressing like Jeremy Clarkson, according to a new study. The worrying findings also reveal 59 per cent of women prevent their partner buying certain clothes in an attempt to rescue their man’s fashion sense.

The denim detox: Sadie has 20 pairs of jeans and wears them on every occasion. Could a top stylist cure her addiction?

The denim detox: Sadie has 20 pairs of jeans and wears them on every occasion. Could a top stylist cure her addiction | UPDATED: 20:52 GMT, 25 July 2012 Trusted look: Sadie in one of her 20 pairs of jeans Teamed with a silk top and heels, I thought jeans would be the perfect look for my friend's baby shower.

1950s housewives kept slim by burning off calories with housework

No wonder they were so slim in the Fifties! Forget jogging and the gym… Alice Smellie discovers the fastest way to burn 2,600 calories: Live like it's 1952! By Alice Smellie PUBLISHED: 21:18 GMT, 21 July 2012 | UPDATED: 21:57 GMT, 23 July 2012 It is 6am and I am on my hands and knees brushing ashes from the fireplace into a dustpan, panting with exertion. I have already burnt almost 100 calories and I haven’t even had breakfast yet.

How women spend an extra $849,000 over a lifetime just for being born female (and no, it"s not for designer shoes)

How women spend an extra $849,000 over a lifetime just for being born female (and no, it's not for designer shoes) | UPDATED: 22:24 GMT, 16 July 2012 Women live longer than men, earn less and take more breaks from the workplace to care for children and elderly parents, which all add up to scary financial penalties. Totaling an extra $849,000 over a lifetime, purely for being born a woman, AOL put these monetary disadvantages in black and white dollar terms. The average total is made up of life expectancy and higher insurance costs, the price of taking time off work, lower wages and the general added hardship of female finances.