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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.
This year, flatter the new homeowner in your life with a darling gift. Nothing says, "Happy Holidays" quite like a polka-dotted tea kettle or a sparkly set of monogrammed champagne flutes. These are our top picks for the housewarming gifts that will make her welcome home so much sweeter.
Oh, cell regeneration. It's something your body does discreetly, and you may not know much about it.
What's really in your breakfast cereal?
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!
Ready, set, sweat.
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.
If you're headed off to college this year, you've probably read your school's extensive packing list. As you may have guessed, not all of those items are essentials. Here are the 15 things you definitely don't want to leave at home.
Update your old light fixture with this pretty (and easy!) DIY chandelier. It adds a dose of glam to any room, without any rewiring required.