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5 Things Your Sweat is Trying to Tell You
WELLBEING
5 THINGS YOUR SWEAT IS TRYING TO TELL YOU
We usually associate getting all hot and sweaty with an intense workout… or a major love making marathon; however what many people don’t realize is that sweat can reveal a great deal about our health and how we feel. Here are 5 things your sweat could be trying to tell you!
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The Large Chest and Low Self-Esteem Connection
WELLBEING
THE LARGE CHEST AND LOW SELF-ESTEEM CONNECTION
For many, a female with big boobs is usually viewed as quite the sex symbol that oozes with self-confidence. However, be careful what you wish for! A recent study suggests that large and asymmetrical chested females are more prone to having concerns with their mental health.
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Top 5 Reasons Why Women Cheat
SEX TIPS
TOP 5 REASONS WHY WOMEN CHEAT
Women are just as capable of cheating on their man as the male species is. But why do they do the things they do? Here are some reasons why the female species might decide to cheat:
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Wissam Breidy Uncandid
CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS
WISSAM BREIDY UNCANDID
He is the personable, charming, charismatic personality and presenter we have grown to love on television... and it doesn’t take long for Wissam to get our juices flowing with his witty comments and natural allure. Want to know what else is going on behind that smile of his? Fit’n Style had the pleasure of delving into his personal life…
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The New Generation of Ab Work
WORKOUT
THE NEW GENERATION OF AB WORK
Do you want to fit perfectly into your dresses or suits? Is your belly starting to look like jelly and are you simply in need of an abdominal training booster?
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5 Brain-Health Tips from a Bodybuilding Neurosurgeon
FIT FOR LIFE
5 BRAIN-HEALTH TIPS FROM A BODYBUILDING NEUROSURGEON
As a fitness expert and neurosurgeon, Dr. Brett Osborn says he appreciates the growing public interest in general health and fitness. Now, he says that attention needs to extend to arguably our most essential organ – the brain.
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