Those higher testosterone levels may be behind why women have thicker waists relative to their hips -– that is, they’re less curvaceous — in the fall than at any other time of year, — found researchers at Simon Fraser University. (All the pumpkin pie doesn’t help the waistline, either). And yet — here’s the welcome news — men think women’s bodies appear more attractive in the cooler seasons, reported a study published in the journal Perception. One theory is that the testosterone rise makes guys more interested in sex, but there’s an even likelier cause:… Read Article →
Some of the E-Media Division’s best students enter the program knowing how they want to end it with one of the paid internships Procter and Gamble offers in New York City. E-Media Division Head, Manfred Wolfram, got the P&G Productions Summer internship started 14 years ago. Each year two outstanding students receive $6,000 for this three-month internship working on P&G soap operas in New York.