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SEX

I Went to a Sex Resort to Try and Learn to Be 'Monogamish'

Apparently, you can have an open relationship without being totally polyamorous.
Suzannah Weiss
20 hours ago
body

Why Some People Bruise More Easily Than Others

Everything from your genetics to the type of medication you take could leave you more prone to being hurt.
Angela Haupt
a day ago
Phys Ed

Setu Yoga Has a Plan to Make Yoga Less Skinny and White

This yoga collective is making room for leaders from marginalized groups.
Rajul Punjabi
2 days ago
Eat This

This Is What Would Happen to Your Body if You Only Ate Fruits and Vegetables

We're not talking plant-based. We're talking plants only.
Grant Stoddard
2 days ago
Weed

Doctors Who Use Weed Off-Duty Are Getting Their Licenses Suspended

Even in states where cannabis is legal.
Ankita Rao
3 days ago
body

We Looked Into Whether Tight Underwear Is a Sperm-Killer

Whether you’re a laid-back boxers-wearer or an uptight fan of briefs, the choice may have an influence on your sperm health.
Kat Eschner
4 days ago
diet

A Beginner's Guide to Intermittent Fasting

A personal trainer with more than 20 years of experience on the diet explains the pros and cons.
Christian Finn
10.11.18
body

Some People With Appendicitis Can Be Treated With Pills, Not Surgery

New research suggests antibiotics may be a better option for most appendicitis patients.
Markham Heid
10.11.18
mental health

What Dealing Weed Did to My Mind

Paranoia was my constant companion.
Moses Baca
10.11.18
Sex

‘Edging’ and Other Techniques to Make Sex Last Longer

Science-backed advice to help guys make premature ejaculation a thing of the past.
Grant Stoddard
10.11.18
psychology

The Reason Some People Freeze When They're Being Attacked

Fight and flight aren't the body's only instinctual responses to fear. And when it comes to sexual assault, some survivors blame themselves for not fighting back.
Rachel Cassandra
Lisa Shell
10.10.18
anxiety

Drinking to Calm Your Nerves Might Just Make Your Anxiety Worse

There are several reasons alcohol creates this kind of anxiety feedback loop—and sleep is one of them.
Lexi Krupp
10.10.18