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One in four couples sleep in different bedrooms because of sheet-sharing pitfalls. Avoid that fate by following proper sleep hygiene and trying these strategies.
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The great temperature debate is a contentious and familiar one in homes and offices everywhere – but why? And what can explain why your cube mates are consistently cold? The experts answer!
HIV certainly complicates sex, but if you take the right precautions, there’s no reason why HIV-positive women can’t enjoy a healthy sex life without passing on the virus.
You already grasp the major dos (exercise, dark chocolate, red wine) and don’ts (stress, cigarettes, salt). Now a slew of recent studies is casting light on little-known heart helpers and harms.
Advances in the lab over the past five years are turning science fiction into fact. Here, breakthroughs you can use now and health developments that are just around the corner.
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If you have coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity, the answer is easy: yes, you probably should. But before you hop on the gluten-free bandwagon, read this…
You already know the crappy side effects of your period, but there are upsides to your monthly cycle. Seriously, we can prove it!