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The clitoris isn’t just for sexual pleasure, contrary to popular belief. It also may be crucial for reproduction.

While clitoral orgasms are an important part of pleasure in a sexual encounter, researchers found that the little organ is important for conception.

Age and education key factors that affect one’s sensitivity towards divisive social issues: IPS study

LGBT and racial-religious issues were the most likely to cause polarisation in society, and the views of Singaporeans differ by age and education.

Singapore is less prepared than Malaysia to deal with a pandemic, EIU report says

Singapore ranked 24th, six places behind Malaysia. 

Singapore has one of the 10 best retirement schemes globally, and is the best in Asia: Mercer

Singapore was also the only Asian country to receive a B grade.

E-commerce spend in SEA will grow from US$31 billion to US$120 billion by 2025: Facebook and Bain & Company study

By 2025, projected annual spend for online shopping in South-east Asia is expected to hit US$120 billion, Facebook and Bain & Company said.

New ride-hailing services have cut fares and boosted over half of drivers’ earnings: NUS study

The average daily ride-hailing fare has fallen by 11 per cent for commuters, while 55 per cent of drivers have reported an increase in earnings.

The biggest mistake investors make is being too influenced by the latest headlines, according to a new study from Charles Schwab

"The reason why we care about behavioral finance is because the human brain doesn't work well under stress,"  said Omar Aguilar of Charles Schwab.
Posting selfies may not be helping your personal image.

Posting selfies on Instagram may make you seem less likeable, less successful, and more insecure

"Posies" — when someone else has taken a photo of you — create a far more favourable impression, a new study suggests.
The dentures were lodged in his larynx for about a week.

A man’s dentures got stuck in his throat during surgery. It took surgeons over a week to dislodge them.

A new case study tells of a 72-year-old man whose dentures were lodged in his larynx for eight days.