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.
So you've gone and injured yourself--again. If you're like most people, your medicine cabinet is full of bandages, gauze, tape, and various injury treatments that you probably don't even remember buying. Which to use? It might seem like it doesn't matter, but it does. By choosing the right one for every scratch and scrape, you can vastly increase your comfort and even speed your healing. And if none of these seem like enough to handle your injury, you might want to consider getting to a hospital.
Liquid calories slip by so easily, it's almost hard to take them seriously. But alas, all those super-sized beverages and high fructose corn syrup concoctions have contributed, quite stealthily, to our obesity epidemic.
Dates always seem to be eating something or drinking something or watching something with your partner, but what can you do if you want to get off the couch? Well, lots of things. Here are 30 date ideas for getting you and your partner up and moving in any season.