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Couples who struggle getting rest may find a solution in the internet’s newest sleep fascination: sleep divorce.
Women’s health, and especially women’s sexual health, is still critically under-researched. It can lead to some conditions being misunderstood or, worse, stigmatised, not only by those dealing with them but also by GPs and other medical professionals.
Gaslighting is no longer a novelty, but in the meantime there is a new 'lighting' in the dating world: bluelighting. We already knew that the light coming from your television, smartphone or laptop is bad for your eyes, but your relationship can also suffer from all those screens. Glasses with a blue light filter will not help, but what will?
During labor and delivery, you need a partner who's 100 percent able to support you. Child labor and delivery can be a wild ride for the birthing person, and having the support of a loved one throughout can make for more than a good story.
Having a newborn after losing another is a unique experience filled with conflicting emotions.
The biggest question many in Las Vegas have: How do you find it? Do you do the checklist method, or do you believe it has to be a gut feeling, love at first sight? Is Las Vegas really that much more difficult than other cities to meet someone? And if you lost someone, how do you get past it — is it really just time that heals; is it hopping in the sack with the first likely suitor who comes along?