True innovation is hard to find, as few things come out of nothing. Take the now ubiquitous selfie, for example. The format may have changed but the concept of making self-portraits is hundreds, if not thousands of years old. The same is true of many inventions that we typically think of as modern, some of which actually have precedents dating back over 1000 years.
Where has my sexual desire gone, and how do I get it back?
Sexual desire is normal for most people. The urge itself is a complex combination of intellectual ideas and fantasies. It is usually connected to a physiological response, but one that can theoretically be separated – for instance, one’s body may become aroused in the presence of someone with whom it would be inappropriate to have sex. The mental wish for sex – either a specific enthusiasm to be erotically connected with another being, a desire to masturbate or a more general longing without a particular object – can precede, follow or be simultaneous with actual physiological arousal.
E-cigarettes are smoking hot. They are the most popular nicotine-delivery products used by kids and the majority of adult smokers have tried them. E-cigarettes are a multi-billion dollar industry, with the website Yelp tallying more than 10,000 vape shops across the country. Wall Street analysts are predicting that revenue from e-cigarettes will surpass traditional cigarettes in a decade.