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.
What's really in your breakfast cereal?
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.
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.
Being a college student is basically synonymous with being broke. But never fear, young academics, as plenty of big shopping names and brands are keeping you in mind when it comes to special discounts!
Anywhere between a third and 40% of all Americans are getting less than the recommended 8 hours--which makes you more susceptible to injury, disease, or even being involved in a car crash. It's time to finally catch some ZZZs!
It's time to start incorporating this ancient golden spice into your diet.
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.
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!
Old wives' tales are little more than super-circulated rumors. Never proven to be true, they're sayings and adages that generations of women have passed down to one another regarding family health (eating carrots improves your vision), safe parenting (wait an hour after eating before swimming), and--most popularly--pregnancy. Whether you're trying to guess your own baby's gender or looking for shower games for a friend, read on for the top ways women have guessed whether it'll be a boy or a girl.
Yep, you're not alone--lots of women get nipple hair. Is there something you should be doing about it? Short answer: Not necessarily.
As if periods weren't bad enough with the bleeding and cramps, now your vagina is sweating, too. Annoying, yes--but is it normal?
Your dentist scolds you annually about your poor flossing habits... but do you really need to floss every day? We're setting the record straight on how bad it really is to forgo flossing every night.
Going to the gym while your on your period can be rough, but worrying about your tamponing leaking mid-workout just makes it worse. We asked the doctor if this is normal and if there's anything we can do to prevent it.