If you're sexually active, it's good to have condoms on hand when you need them. Some people may keep condoms in their wallet or even in their shoe. Although you're making the smart choice in wanting to practice safe sex, you also need to be aware of the best and worst places to keep your condoms.
Before making a trip to the doctor's office when you're feeling sick, grab a mirror and sneak a peek of your tongue. Its color, texture and overall appearance may be an indicator of what's going on with your health.
Nothing motivates fitness fashionistas to hit the gym more than the ultimate butt-shaping and body-slimming leggings. You'll feel better, look hotter, and ultimately work out harder. Gym style envy will hit an all-time high during your next yoga, spin, or barre class with these athletic styles. Do you want edgy black mesh or bright bold prints? Either way, we've got you covered.
Although the most noticeable side effect--and a big reason why many women stop taking the pill--is an increased chance of becoming pregnant, other changes in your body can occur after you stop taking birth control. Luckily, most of the symptoms are mild and last only a few months as your system adjusts and resumes its own production of hormones. Here's what you can expect after you stop taking the pill.
Kendall Jenner's dancing debut in the Vogue Espana advertisement was less than impressive. Here's who they should have picked instead.
Fitness spas, wellness retreats, and other health-focused facilities cater to visitors who want to do more than just lie on a beach or tour museums; they offer the chance to renew health, psyche, and spirit.