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The 5 Biggest Areas of Conflict for Couples

The 5 Biggest Areas of Conflict for Couples

🕔13:57, 13.Dec 2016

Conflict is inevitable in marriage, but here’s how to fight well. One of the most common misconceptions in marriages today is that fighting is a sign of an unhealthy relationship. But is it? Is a healthy marriage really one completely

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10 Tooth Brushing Mistakes you Must Avoid

10 Tooth Brushing Mistakes you Must Avoid

🕔16:41, 28.Aug 2015

Dr. Vinay Bhardwa Mistake 1: The tooth brush comes in a variety of sizes. It’s important to choose  a brush of the correct size to clean your teeth. If the brush is too big, it will be a strain to

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It’s National Fresh Breath Day! Celebrate with 9 tips to avoid dragon mouth

It’s National Fresh Breath Day! Celebrate with 9 tips to avoid dragon mouth

🕔20:41, 7.Aug 2015

Gina Vivinetto It’s the perfect time to acknowledge the importance of good oral hygiene, and commit to keeping our mouths clean and our breath as fresh as possible. Flossing is a good way to avoid dragon breath. While good oral

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It’s True. You Can Get Throat Cancer From Oral Sex

It’s True. You Can Get Throat Cancer From Oral Sex

🕔09:12, 31.May 2015

By Alexandra Sifferlin AFP / Getty Images Actor Michael Douglas On Sunday, in an interview with the Guardian, actor Michael Douglas revealed that his throat cancer was not caused by tobacco and alcohol, but by HPV, which was transmitted through

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Exercise for Better Sexual Health -WebMD

Exercise for Better Sexual Health -WebMD

🕔17:14, 2.May 2015

By John Briley Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario, MD If a why-bother attitude keeps you from committing to an exercise routine, consider this:Exercise not only delivers a number of amazing health benefits — it can also improve your sex life. Here’s

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Breastfeeding is the cheapest and most effective life-saver in history

Breastfeeding is the cheapest and most effective life-saver in history

🕔12:48, 21.Feb 2015

Children who are exclusively breastfed are 14 times more likely to survive the first six months of life than non-breastfed children. Starting breastfeeding in the first day after birth can reduce the risk of new-born death by up to 45

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10 Questions to Ask a Woman or Girl on a First Date

10 Questions to Ask a Woman or Girl on a First Date

🕔19:00, 17.Feb 2015

By Sychophantastic Think of dating like a job interview Guys who are desperate think of a first date as a chance for them to interview for the position of being the boyfriend of the woman they are meeting. A guy

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Stool  Test

Stool Test

🕔15:57, 8.Jan 2015

How is it used? A stool culture is used to detect the presence of disease-causing bacteria (pathogenic) and help diagnose an infection of the digestive tract. It is often used along with other tests such as an O&P test that

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Raising Ethiopian children parents’ relationship- By Hamrawit

Raising Ethiopian children parents’ relationship- By Hamrawit

🕔05:13, 24.Dec 2014

Raising Ethiopian children parents’ relationship

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Age at first menstrual cycle linked to heart disease, stroke risk

Age at first menstrual cycle linked to heart disease, stroke risk

🕔04:29, 17.Dec 2014

By Honor Whiteman High blood pressure, diabetes, tobacco use and obesity are some of the more well-established risk factors for heart disease. But a new study published in the journalCirculation finds that for women, the risk of developing the condition

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10 benefits of exercise during pregnancy

10 benefits of exercise during pregnancy

🕔12:27, 6.Dec 2014

Where exercising during pregnancy was once taboo, healthy pregnant women are now encouraged to continue a modified fitness program to prepare them for the demands of labour and caring for a newborn baby. For women who have never exercised before

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What Can Men do About Male Dysfunction?

What Can Men do About Male Dysfunction?

🕔11:42, 13.Nov 2014

What is erectile dysfunction? What causes erection problems? By Markus MacGill Medical News Today Since the accidental development of the drug sildenafil (Viagra) – originally a heart drug that researchers noticed had an effect on men’s penile erections – the

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5 Foods That May Hurt Male Fertility

5 Foods That May Hurt Male Fertility

🕔14:56, 26.Oct 2014

By Laura Tedesco / October 23, 2014 Guys, you’ve heard the standard advice for protecting your swimmers: Don’t wear tight undies. Keep your laptop far from, well, your lap. Stop smoking ASAP. But there may be an even easier way to

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Top 10 Myths About Safe Sex and Sexual Health

Top 10 Myths About Safe Sex and Sexual Health

🕔12:11, 6.Oct 2014

By AMANDA MacMILLAN / ABC News You know the best place to get information about your sexual health is from your doctor, but for whatever reason—convenience, privacy, or anxiety and urgency—you may one day find yourself searching the Internet for

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How I Infected 324 Men with HIV – Female Student Reveals

How I Infected 324 Men with HIV – Female Student Reveals

🕔11:13, 19.Sep 2014

A female student in Kenya has revealed that she has infected a total of 324 men with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The HIV positive girl, who attends the Kabarak University in Nakuru, is said to have been infected by

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Easy methods to Bring back the Bliss in Your Sexual Life

Easy methods to Bring back the Bliss in Your Sexual Life

🕔19:22, 12.Sep 2014

Erectile dysfunction can be quite a nuisance for a man especially when he is in a relationship or married. It can be a very stressful issue for the couple as the male is unable to satisfy the spouse physically, consequently

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Top 10 Common Reasons for Husband Wife Fights

Top 10 Common Reasons for Husband Wife Fights

🕔16:13, 8.Sep 2014

Don’t we often see happy couples and wonder how they are so perfect? We think that nothing can affect them in any way and they are meant for each other. While this statement may be true, there are still some

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Sexual Health – Why Libido drops when It’s Cold Outside

Sexual Health – Why Libido drops when It’s Cold Outside

🕔00:43, 3.Sep 2014

Winter affect libido, but paradoxically most babies are conceived in this cold period of the year. Find out why libido drops when it is cold outside, and how you can return to an optimal level for your sexual health. The

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Consumer Reports to pregnant women: Avoid tuna

Consumer Reports to pregnant women: Avoid tuna

🕔16:24, 27.Aug 2014

Linda Lombroso, The (Westchester County, N.Y.) Journal News Pregnant women should stop eating all forms of tuna, even the canned light variety, due to risks of mercury exposure, says Consumer Reports. The Yonkers, N.Y.-based organization’s new report,“The Great Fish Debate,” which appears

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Ginger and Its Amazing Benefits for Your Sexual Health

Ginger and Its Amazing Benefits for Your Sexual Health

🕔09:51, 15.Aug 2014

Stomach sedative and powerful antioxidant, ginger not only help you lose weight and feel better, but also make wonders for your sexual health. Ginger is native to Asia, is part of the family “Zingiberaceae” and has a strong aromatic root.

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