In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we're sharing the best tips and tricks to ensure that your girls are healthy and happy. Nothing is worse than a complicated outfit or an uncomfortable boobage sitch--which is why we're here to help.
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.
Let's be real: The main reasons we avoid working out are because we did our hair this morning or aren't a fan of 8 a.m. showers. Lucky for you, we've done the legwork and found simple and quick ways to freshen up, which basically leaves zero excuses to skip a workout!
Kendall Jenner's dancing debut in the Vogue Espana advertisement was less than impressive. Here's who they should have picked instead.
Tea is chock-full of antioxidants that repair cellular damage, which leads to wrinkles and disease. That's why it seems such a shame to throw out a tea bag after it's served its purpose. As it turns out, the last place we should throw used tea bags is in the trash. There are multiple ways to heal health ailments and spruce up our beauty regimens, homes, and even gardens with the help of a brewed tea bag or two.
Ever catch a whiff of something that's not actually there? Our brains naturally retain scent memories, but sometimes these phantom smells, or phantosmia, can be signs of serious health problems.
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.
What's really in your breakfast cereal?
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.
Yoga aficionados know that the difference between a strong, balanced session and one spent slipping out of poses or dealing with sore knees, can lie solely in the quality of their mat. Whatever the concern, from extra-sticky surfaces to eco-friendly materials, here are the best yoga mats to meet your needs.
A focus on standing positions help work toward better alignment with this form of yoga.
Don't let an injury derail your workouts. These Pilates exercises for shoulder pain and neck aches will help you stay active while on the mend.