Many Americans suffer from red, itchy rashes in the underarm region, often due to the fact that deodorant applied to these tender areas contains many irritants. There are three main reasons deodorant causes rashes.
Body wraps have recently become a popular way of reducing waistlines, but this weight-loss trend is founded on a few myths and misconceptions. Learning the truth about body wraps can save you money--and your health.
It’s estimated that 75% of Americans aren’t drinking the recommended amount of water each day. This chronic dehydration can have wide-reaching effects on your health—often in ways you might not have thought possible.
Some emerging diets offer legitimately good advice about dropping pounds, but others can be downright dangerous. If you are looking for a safe, healthy way to stay fit, be sure to avoid these five crazy diet fads.
While colonoscopies are immensely beneficial when it comes to treating and preventing colon cancer, there’s no denying that the procedure and its after effects are not the most pleasant. Here are five recovery tips.
Most forms of contraception, such as condoms and oral contraceptives, have incredibly high success rates when used correctly. Unfortunately, some people feel that using them the right way can be tedious and unsexy.
You may find yourself wondering how effective contraceptives like condoms, "the pill," IUDs, and spermicides are at preventing unwanted pregnancies. This infographic sheds light on how often these contraceptives fail.
You may be familiar with contraceptives such as condoms, "the pill," and intrauterine devices (IUDs), but there's a lot of information surrounding these birth control methods that you will likely find surprising.