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The worst sex advice you've ever seen

feminism

Breaking news: women's orgasms are ruining sex! Well, at least according to some of the "sexperts" quoted in a recent Australian Men's Health article.

According to the lad mag, women have been doing this whole sex thing all wrong ever since a good number of them became feminists and decided that they wanted to get off, también. Oh, the nerve of them. But have no fear. Men's Health has 15 quick and easy tips for men to help turn a "good [feminist] girl bad," and make her great in bed "without her even noticing."

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12 Amazing health benefits of pumpkins

Pumpkin madness! I was recently at my local supermarket quietly choosing my groceries when a frantic woman screamed in my ear: "everything pumpkin is here"! She wasn't alone in her enthusiasm for the fall superfood because after she said that many customers swarmed the aisle. 'Tis the season and pumpkin everything is indeed everywhere and for good reason. Pumpkins are one of the healthiest foods and you should eat a lot of them. We'll tell you why.

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8 fall juices to lose weight

Juicing often gets the cold shoulder in favor for hot chocolate and pumpkin spice lattes during chillier months, which is a real shame. Fruit and veggie fall juices are jam-packed with sniffle-fighting vitamin and minerals, and tummy-trimming properties. I bet Swiss Miss can't claim to do the same.

Contrary to popular belief, juicing isn't a seasonal fad; it's something you can do all year round. In fact, autumn is the perfect time to juice. Fruits and veggies that are in season around this time of year tend to contain less sugar than their summery friends, and they also have more fiber, which is a good thing when you consider how bloated many of us tend to feel around this time of year. Even better, fall juices are bursting with vitamins C, A, and E, all which help you feel good, as well as look good. Given all of these benefits, why would you ever consider taking a break from juicing?

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DIY Projects

Brighten up your kitchen with this fun DIY upgrade

If you have big dreams of a kitchen renovation, but the budget for it is nowhere to be found, we have a trendy trick for you. Paint your kitchen cabinets! And no, we're not talking a new shade of stain or a coat of classic white (though nothing's wrong with that), we're talking bright, bold and whimsical hues that are sure to put a smile on your face every time you load the dishwasher. Painting your cabinets is an affordable DIY upgrade that will give your space an entirely new look and requires minimal investment. Depending on the size of your kitchen, you could even complete the revamp in a single day. 

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How long is too long to keep food in the fridge?

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My husband and I have the same argument over and over when it comes to food items and when we should throw them out. In my opinion, he's way too quick to toss foods and in his opinion, I keep food longer than is safe. I'm tired of the back and forth so I thought it was time to go do some investigating and find out when it's time to toss food items.

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9-year-old asks smokers for a light & gets lectured

Stupid, addicted, a bad habit and bad behavior were some of the words used by strangers when a little nine year old boy approached smokers and asked them for a light. Outgoing Jensen was walking with a pack of cigarettes in his hand and asked for a light as if it was a very normal thing to do. Across the board all the strangers were shocked by his request, couldn't believe he smoked and refused to light the "killer" in his hand.

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5 Sex rules every mom should live by​

Throw almost everything you know out the window when it comes to having sex. Once you become a parent, you hear about all of these tips moms should know about having sex. For example, try to get it on while the kids are napping or make sure to set the mood for your man. Who has time for that?! There are more realistic sex tips moms should follow and we are covering them all.  

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Simply Saludable

10 Things all parents need in their medicine cabinets

Despite thinking I was completely prepared when my son was born two years ago, I found myself rushing out to the store just a few days after he was born. My little guy was fussy and seemed quite uncomfortable. What had I forgotten? Gas drops! Now, I make sure all of my expecting friends buy those drops prior to their baby's arrival. There are just some things you need to always have on hand when you have kids, but it can be tough figuring out what's actually necessary and what can wait. So your medicine cabinet doesn't end up looking like something out of an episode of Hoarders, we've compiled a list of the 10 things every parent needs to have at all times. Check them out below.

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RSV is killing kids: What you need to know

While everyone keeps talking about the human enterovirus D68 (or EV-D68) respiratory illness that has affected several children in the Midwest, a new virus has started picking up speed and the attention of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Cases of the respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV, has grown dramatically recently and is causing a lot of fear since symptoms appear similar to bronchitis. If left untreated or misdiagnosed, the results could be deadly.

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8 Hispanic sports stars your kids can look up to

Professional athletes are some of the most looked up to public figures in America, and particularly in the Hispanic community, for which sports has traditionally been an opportunity to break socioeconomic boundaries. Some of our biggest and most well-known stars--think Roberto Clemente, Nancy Lopez and the like--have been athletes that gained national and even international recognition for their incredible talent and strong work ethic. Athletes can be wonderful role models for our children--here are some phenomenal sports stars to introduce your kids to, that are worthy of their admiration both professionally and personally. 

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