With the holidays upon us, we're challenged with temptation at every turn. Learn how changing your attitude about nourishing the incredible machine that is your body is key to maintaining a happy and balanced approach this season and beyond.
Do mammograms prevent breast cancer deaths or are they an unnecessary, potentially damaging procedure? It's our responsibility to take matters into our own hands, to become educated and to make wiser decisions about our health and well-being. Unfortunately, arriving to the right decision isn't always easy.
Bursting with life, the pregnant body can often allow for women to become multiply orgasmic and extremely desirous. Due to the bath of "love" hormones like oxytocin, coupled with vaso-dilation, the biggest barriers to sex during pregnancy is usually misinformation.
Exercise is probably the furthest thing from a woman's mind during the sleep-deprived first weeks of her new baby's life. However, sneaking these clever little toning and strengthening moves into your daily routine (if there can be such thing in the earliest weeks of life) will jumpstart your energy and increase your confidence.
Early pregnancy's wash of emotions and body image issues can be profound for most women. Many feel as though their sexy factor decreases with every inch around the middle, especially in our "thin" culture. Danielle Cavallucci shares tips to help maintain a positive self-image and sex life during pregnancy.
With so many myths surrounding sex and pregnancy, it's no wonder many couples forego the urge completely. Sex, however, is recommended for mom, baby and partner well-being save in rare cases of medically risky pregnancies. Here are eight reasons you should keep your sensual self in high-gear during pregnancy.
Motherhood is the highest expression of sexuality! Let's face it -- sex spells reproduction. It is, biologically, a reproductive act. To remove the notion that sex is a need is to strip us of one of the most readily available stress-reducers, intimacy enhancers and overall wellness enhancers for both partners.