If you're the type of person who breaks out the hot sauce at the start of every single meal, congratulations - you're really onto something there.
A slew of studies over the past few years have been piecing together evidence that capsaicin - an active component of chili peppers - promotes a higher turnover of cells in the body, which could explain why eating spicy foods has been linked to a reduced risk of mortality and slowed cancer development.Read the whole article
Sunscreens are designed to remain at original strength for up to three years. This means that you can use leftover sunscreen from one year to the next. Some sunscreens include an expiration date — a date indicating when they're no longer effective. Discard sunscreen that is past its expiration date. If...Read More
Men and women seeking a well-groomed bikini line are at greater risk of infections, say researchers. Waxing and shaving causes micro trauma to the skin, leaving it vulnerable to pathogens like poxvirus, they told a British Medical Journal publication. The team studied 30 new patients with a poxvirus called molluscum contagiosum who...Read More
You've surely heard some old tales about preventing pregnancyif you're having sex. Here are some common pregnancy myths: You can't get pregnant if you have sex standing up. You can't get pregnant if it's your first time having sex. You can't get pregnant if you do jumping jacks after sex. ...Read More