hile there’s likely no way to stop the unfortunate side effects of working out (besides becoming a couch potato), we’re here to recognize each and every downside, plus offer up some solutions and know-how for when unforeseen consequences strike.
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There are plenty of good reasons to work out, but it turns out that extra gym sessions might not prevent the dreaded holiday weight gain.
The expression “you are what you eat” may be more accurate than you think.
Creepy crawlies and things that go bump or squeak in the night are a homeowner’s (or renter’s) worst nightmare. Luckily, there are proven methods to prevent, discourage, and treat home infestations that don’t involve spraying the whole shebang with toxic chemicals.
Brush twice a day, floss often, use mouthwash…and eat? The secret to healthy teeth for life might be in the refrigerator, not the toothpaste aisle.
Romance isn’t just about a box of chocolates on Valentine’s Day.
But do any of us really understand how these American classics get made into skinny little tubes — or what goes into them?
Slathering on sunscreen is never enjoyable. Does that stuff ever blend in completely? While it’s always important to spread on at least a thin layer of sunblock (yes, you can go for the easy spray-on, super-blend stuff), some other super powerful UV-blockers are hiding right in the produce aisle.
But it’s too early to conclude that physical activity has nothing to do with weight management. Here’s why the link between exercise and weight loss is more complicated than we might want to believe.
Find out what actually causes the skin to burn to a crisp and how to soothe the pain in no time.