We all know the usual study tips, but here’s what most people won’t tell you HAVE SEX BEFORE STUDYING Studies have proven that having sex improves focus. They need to be Continuing with the theme of staying active in order to improve your focus, let’s skip the rubber band and jumping jacks and take this ‘getting physical’ thing to the next level.Many pre-exam study help guides advise that people who tend to get distracted easily and who often get antsy when sitting and focusing on one thing for too long should get active. According to USA Today, Harvard University completed a study proving my sex-before-exams theory: “2,250 participants were prompted at random times throughout the day using an i Phone Web application.The only activity during which people seemed to be quite good at staying on task mentally was while making love.During sex, only 10% of people reported wandering thoughts.DSD has a very wide range and people with DSD may have serious medical problems, but more often they may also be perfectly healthy.Acceptance of DSD is of high importance to our societies, both in a scientific way as well as in public, because DSD challenges our usual binary thinking of male and female.Be Savvy is an online resource provided by Coventry City Council that supports Young People and Parents on Relationship and Sexual Health Advice.
Furthermore, we want to provide a platform for all people with DSD, not only for those seeking medical advice, but also about peer support groups, as well as about the societal and cultural issues around DSD.
RUGVED DESHPANDE Digital Media Associate Rugved Deshpande coordinates content for Answer's organizational website and its award-winning teen website,
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Welcome to the homepage of the COST Action DSDnet: A systematic elucidation of differences of sex development (DSD).
We are building a network of all people interested in DSD, from leading scientists to clinicians, as well as people with DSD.