Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will expand healthcare coverage to an estimated 30 million Americans this year. The good news? Increased affordability and quality of care will be extended to a lot more people. The bad news? Your doctor's office may get a wee bit crowded.Read Full Story
When it comes to pole dancing, you either love it or hate it: It's a badass underground workout with no in between. No matter where you fall on the spectrum, pole dancing is here to stay — and it’s helping oodles of women connect with their bodies in a whole new (and wonderful) way.Read Full Story
I've always had issues with social anxiety. After being hit with adrenal fatigue a few years back and slowly climbing my way to rock bottom ever since (kidding, sort of), one of the biggest problems I've been having throughout the recovery process is a ridiculously irrational level of social anxiety.Read Full Story
Blood is already in use as a fertilizer. You may have seen bags of "blood meal" in your gardening shop, and the reason it's so fabulous is because it's chock-full of nitrogen, a micronutrient that plants absolutely thrive on. However, short of cutting a vein or stabbing your pets, you don't really have a natural source of blood — oh wait. Yes, yes you do. If you are a menstruating female, every 28 days or so you have a period. Free blood.Read Full Story
So you've been getting the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep, yet you still wake up feeling like you've been hit by a Mack truck. What's worse, after spending the day perpetually exhausted (your brain waves barely waving), when it's time to hit the sack, you're wired and ready for take off. What the eff is up with that? You might have what's called delayed sleep phase syndrome — a super common, super treatable circadian rhythm disorder.Read Full Story
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