Male Contraceptives May Be the Way of the FutureResearchers are making various male contraceptives safe for public use. Several forms are in the works, from a male birth control pill that alters sperm functioning, to hormones available as injections, gels, implants or pills. The effects of progestin need to be studied further, though this form of birth control works for about 95 percent of men studied so far. – Via NYTMore for you: Eight Ways Sex Makes You BeautifulChildren Are Eating Foods Prepped Outside the Home, Factor in Weight GainNot only is fast food eating on the rise, but children are also eating more store-bought meals. From 1977-2006, consumption of food prepped outside of the home rose to over one-third. Calories eaten away from the home has increased to 255 calories a day. This is associated with the obesity trend seen among American children. – Via EurekAlertMore for you: Sneak in Beauty-Boosting VegetablesAmy Winehouse Dies at 27, A Look at the Science of AddictionSinger Amy Winehouse was pronounced dead this Saturday, July 23rd, after a very public struggle with drug addiction. She joins a tragic list of fallen musicians and stars who died at the age of 27, causing people to question what it is about that age that becomes especially dark for those suffering from addiction. Psychologists take a closer look at this phenomenon. – Via Time HealthlandMore for you: How to Quit Smoking, from Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen