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As the country has a shortage of those willing to donate organs upon their death should the country adopt a different donation policy?
For many couples deciding where you are spending Christmas day is a stressful choice which has to be made fairly. Where are you spending Christmas?
Considering a recent piece of research conduceted by a team of Italian scientists concluded that female sexual desire was increased after two glasses of red wine - we hought we would ask AB users as to the effects of Alchol on their sex drive. If you wish to discuss this topic, please visit: http://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/News/Question789398.html
Having trouble fitting exercise into your hectic schedule? The NHS suggested having more sex to keep trim. Has a bit of rumpy pumpy helped you to stay in shape
Valentines Day is not far away which could mean presents galore for some people. But what about the rest of the year? are we giving enough when in relationships?
The government is considering making changes to the organ donation system. People will have to opt out if they do not want their organs used after their death, do you agree with the proposed new system?
Parliament have been debating the abortion law this week, some scientists say foetuses can feel pain and that the current abortion limit of 24 weeks should be reduced. What do you think?
More and more people use the internet to meet new people, but can you fall in love with someone you've never met?
How trusting are you when you are in a relationship?
Prescription drugs are increasingly easy to buy online. Despite the potential dangers involved, people are putting their health at risk in their search for specialist cures. Would you consider buying prescription drugs on the internet?
What do you think about the minimal pay rise for Britain's nurses?
Should hospital staff be given more protection in light of the new findings?
Will changes to the mental health law protect the public more?
What do you think of the suggestion that doctors are biased against older patients?
What is the best way to approach Valentine's day?
St Valentine's Day February 14th is now less than a week away, the shops are packed with cards, gifts and flowers but the question remains, do we rely too heavily on an annual dedication of love from our partners OR is it just another day?