Your body is your temple, keep it in good repair. Don’t let your breast health take a back seat.
In every culture, the woman is responsible for taking care of the household. Duties range from nurturing the children, preparing the meals in a healthy manner, begin the chauffeur, nurse, counselor and all around “World’s Greatest Mom."
Women have taken the task of keeping everyone they are responsible for, seriously. They will sacrifice in order for others to have, with no expectation of return or gratitude. One rule needs to be reinstated in the woman’s handbook of existence – take care of yourself first!
Even if your sex life has been lackluster previously, there are at least four reasons it can be the best now. If you never knew what the fuss was about, if you have fallen into a sexless marriage, or if you are still a virgin, things can change for you now. With no more young children in the home, there is much more time to be truly intimate with your partner.
Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun and effective ways of improving overall health....
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert)
Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way
Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun and effective ways of improving overall health in addition to amping up sexual health and vigor. In the past few installments, we have dabbled with potions of ginkgo, ginseng, ginger, guarana, damiana, potency wood, and yohimbe. Does this exhaust the list?
Being single doesn't mean you don't need health insurance - you need it and it's affordable.
You’re single! You’re free! But you still need health insurance. Often we think of health insurance as something that married women need or those single women who are actually – gasp – grownups! But no matter what your age, position or future plans for matrimony, you need health insurance right now. Fortunately, there are lots of choices for you to sort through.
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Facebook confessions: 30 life lessons every woman should know by 30.
This month, we recruited our ever insightful Facebook regulars to help create a list of things every woman should know by 30. It turns out that 30 is not the new 20. (It doesn't even want to be the new 20.) Instead, 30 is when life really starts getting good. Here's what you should know by your third decade to truly make the most of it.
The controversy over Gabby Douglas' hair exemplifies an unfair focus on women's appearances.
In a day and age when women's appearances are perpetually scrutinized, the controversy over Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas's hair is particularly maddening and egregious, since Douglas has just made history by becoming the first African-American gymnast to ever win the all-around individual title in the Olympics.
A new study found that men and women in relationships fantasize about each other. Awww!
If you're worried about what your significant other is fantasizing about, you can stop right now. A new study, conducted at Spain's University of Granada, says men and women in relationships have pretty similar sexual fantasies, in that both genders fantasize about their loved one. Researchers surveyed a group of Spanish citizens who had been in relationships for six months or longer.
"The Atlantic" magazine stated Definitively last month that women STILL can't have it all. Well, harrumph. Especially when we all have a different definition of "IT" and we still have 24 hours in a day of which one-third to one-fourth is spent sleeping, pooping and Pinteresting. Nonetheless, what do dads think? Can moms have it all?
Does new Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, who is pregnant, deserve all the scrutiny she's getting?
Alas, the haters and criticizers have spoken, and already Marissa Mayer is under a ton of scrutiny coming from a lot of different sides — primarily dealing with the company's current financial situation, and the fact that Mayer is expecting her first child.