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    Tidying Up: Taking Steps to Declutter Your Life

    Marie Kondo fever has swept the nation. Ever since Tidying Up With Marie Kondo premiered on Netflix, it seems like almost everyone has caught the decluttering bug. In her TV series and books, the Japanese organizational expert encourages people to get rid of items that don’t “spark joy” and appreciate ...

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    Body Part or Anatomical Unicorn: Your Guide to the G-Spot

    In the 1940s, a German physician named Ernst Gräfenberg (the same doctor who is credited with inventing the IUD) announced that he had discovered a spot inside the vagina that had different tissue than everywhere else and appeared to be involved in female orgasms. The declaration seemed simple enough, and ...

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    When to See a Sex Therapist

    There’s a lot of pressure on all of us to be good in bed. Movies show impeccably made up actors falling into bed gracefully, fitting together perfectly and climaxing simultaneously without so much as smudging their mascara. Magazines tell us how to wow him in bed, be the best kisser ...

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    Empowering Women Through Better Health and Wellness

    This article is written by Leah Millheiser, MD and Medical Advisor at hers. May 12th marked the beginning of Women’s Health Week, and it serves as an important reminder that too many women find it difficult to prioritize what really matters –– their health and wellness. The statistics of barriers ...

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    Stretching: What It’s Good For and How to Start

    Maybe you feel stiff when you get out of bed in the morning, or you’ve never been able to reach your toes without bending your knees. Whatever your reasons for wanting to stretch—and both of those are good ones—the solution is a regular routine. Yeah, we know... It’d be great ...

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    What Is Pansexuality and How Is It Different from Being Bi

    When singer/songwriter/rapper Janelle Monáe came out as pansexual in Rolling Stone last year, searches for the word on the Merriam Webster dictionary site went up 11,000 percent . It’s understandable; most of us have heard little about this sexual orientation , and those who have remain confused by how it ...

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    Everything You Need to Know About Tanning

    Now that spring has sprung and summer is coming quick on the horizon, you’re probably feeling the pressure to look your best. Tanning is a popular method used by people who want to put their best foot forward and appear outwardly like they’re living their best lives, but is it ...

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    Wheatgrass: Hype or Health Elixir?

    Have you ever been tempted to spend money on a hot health trend merely because it’s everywhere you look and everyone else seems to be jumping on the bandwagon? Yeah, that’s hype and the power of marketing. The enthusiasm surrounding wheatgrass could be hype or it could be legitimate. It ...

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    5 Common Health Issues Every New Mother Should Know About

    Moms have health issues — issues that are often overlooked while monitoring a baby’s feeding or sleep schedule, growth milestones, or the new rash that seemed to appear out of nowhere. New moms: This is for you. Because you spend every hour of every day thinking of how to better ...

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    The hers Ultimate Turn-Ons Bracket: Final Results

    Perhaps it’s that lingering moment of eye contact with your work crush that gets your gears spinning. Maybe seeing your partner entertain a pack of small children at an obligatory family function gets your toes preemptively curling. Our turn-ons are a minefield of surprise stimuli, and it’s hard to always ...

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