Daily Archives: January 18, 2015

13 Reasons to Have More Sex

1 of 15 Get busy tonight by Amanda MacMillan If you really need an excuse (or several) to heat things up in the bedroom, we’ve got you covered: Besides the obvious reasons one might have sex—love, pleasure, baby-making—science shows that there are quite a few health benefits to getting intimate. The next time your partner… Read More »

3 Common Butt Problems, Solved

“Baby got back!” Sir Mix-A-Lot may have rapped these lyrics more than 20 years ago, but our fascination with bums still remains. In fact, from Iggy Azalea’s curvy derriere to Sofia Vergara’s ridiculously toned tush, behinds have replaced breasts as the It body part of the decade. But there’s no reason to worry if you… Read More »

17 Ways Your Job Is Making You Fat

1 of 19 Weight gain at work by Amanda MacMillan Packing on pounds while climbing the corporate ladder? You’re in good company: in a 2013 Harris Interactive survey of more than 3,000 workers conducted for CareerBuilder, 41% of respondents said they’d gained weight in their current jobs. Workers who spend long hours sitting at a… Read More »

10 Signs Your House Is Making You Fat

1 of 12 A toxic environment by Jessica Migala Aside from work, you spend most of your hours at home. And it should function as a respite from the lure of the fast food joint on every corner, or the ease of buying a candy bar from the vending machine. But if your home isn’t… Read More »

15 Best Dog Breeds for Active People

1 of 18 Workout buddies by Rachel Swalin Man’s best friend makes a loving and loyal pet—and an awesome fitness partner. With all the walking, chasing, and playing you do together, keeping up with your dog can be an exercise in and of itself. Case in point: dog owners walk more than those without a… Read More »

15 Signs You May Have an Iron Deficiency

1 of 18 Got iron? Many women don’t by K. Aleisha Fetters Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the United States, and women are among those at greatest risk. Iron is critical for producing hemoglobin, a protein that helps red blood cells deliver oxygen throughout your body. So without it, everything suffers—and… Read More »