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4 Desk Exercises That Relieve Stress

Work a little extra movement into your desk job with these four simple exercises. No treadmill required.


6 Grody Questions--Answered!

How much gas is normal? Can holding your urine too long cause problems? What should your poop look like? Yep, we've got answers to six gross-you-out questions. (You know you wanna know!)


5 Ways to Get Closer to Your Spouse

Could your relationship use a pick-me-up? In "5 Tips for Building Emotional Intimacy in a Relationship," psychologist Terri Orbuch, Ph.D., shares simple steps to help bring you and your partner closer together.


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How to Lance a Boil When You're All Alone

What would you do if you had a boil but couldn't get to a doctor? Would you, say ... squeeze it?

Tempting as that may be, that's just what you shouldn't do, says James Hubbard, M.D., publisher of Not because it's gross. Squeezing it could spread the infection.

Find out what to do instead at Dr. Hubbard's new blog, The Survival Doctor. The process involves heat, patience and possibly a sterilized knife.

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