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Every woman has her own unique vaginal scent that is caused by friendly bacteria and acidic levels. Learn more in this video.
Transcript: Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry,...
Ladies, worrying about smelling "down there" is normal. Here's how to tell if the smell, like the worry, is a-okay! First thing's first, when it comes to vaginas...every woman has her own scent. Depending on your body chemistry and diet, the vagina may smell: slightly sweet, musky, or even pungent! But where does the smell come from? Friendly bacteria in the vagina are the source of your natural aroma. The bacteria exist to keep your vagina at acidic levels, in turn preventing infections. But, if your vagina becomes compromised by invading "bad" bacteria, which can come from sources like feminine hygiene products, your odor may change. Periodic slight changes in smell are normal, particularly after sex or exercise. But a very pungent, or brand new, smell could signal a problem, like a yeast infection. If you develop a smell that's not normal for you, get thee to a doctor, especially if the odor is accompanied by discharge or itching.More »
Last Modified: 2012-12-27 | Tags »
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Smokin' body? Check! But something about that potential partner's face has you walking away. What's up with that?
Transcript: "Ever wonder why a seemingly perfect body does not necessarily a strong attraction make? Proponents...
"Ever wonder why a seemingly perfect body does not necessarily a strong attraction make? Proponents of evolutionary psychology believe that it's the face that may seal the attraction deal. Perfect facial symmetry, they say, equals sexual desirability. But why? From conception, the human body develops by neatly splitting cells in half if all goes well, a "perfect" human, with an equal right and left side, results. But since nature makes mistakes, and genetic mutations do occur, most of us have little physical quirks, like one ear that is bigger than the other. From an evolutionary standpoint, we're all looking to create strong, healthy offspring. So it makes sense that those who are more symmetrical and more likely to be desirable mates are also often the most sexually attractive! Interestingly, it's also the only measure of attraction that crosses all cultures!More »
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If fashion magazines are any indication, men want walking stick figures as partners. But biology (and real life) tell another story!
Transcript: "A perfect set of legs never hurts, but what else do men desire? Some men like breasts, and others prefer...
"A perfect set of legs never hurts, but what else do men desire? Some men like breasts, and others prefer butts, but all of them are biologically programmed to look for certain traits in a partner. Men are often subconsciously drawn to women with large eyes. That's because the feminine hormone, estrogen, halts bone growth in the brow making eyes prominent-and signaling strong reproductive genes. Of course, the "hips don't lie" when it comes to what men find attractive. Women with a waist to hip ratio of .7 inches or less-whereby the waist is significantly narrower than the hips-are attractive to men. That's because fat deposited on a woman's body is controlled by estrogen. A woman who produces an ideal amount of the hormone naturally winds up with a waist to hip ratio in this range, creating the coveted hourglass figure. But as any girl who's spent time in a crowded bar knows...men are definitely open to all their options!More »
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If you're not a body builder, you may think you don't have a chance with that gorgeous girl at the end of the bar. Not so, say women!
Transcript: "Sure, washboard abs never hurt, but what else do women want? Every woman is different, but they do...
"Sure, washboard abs never hurt, but what else do women want? Every woman is different, but they do have biological desires in common. There are some physical features that women are inherently attracted to. Ever noticed that Prince Charming was a lot taller than his Princess? Women are prone to be attracted to tall, physically imposing men. After all, it was these men who, in ancient times, were best able to protect. In addition, taller men are more likely to have stronger immune systems, furthering their chance of survival, and ensuring great mating genes! What else do women want? A guy who gives good face! Men with prominent brows and angular jaws are innately more attractive to women. That's because a male's face is shaped by testosterone, and angular features point to higher levels of the manly hormone. But if you're weak jawed, don't worry. The rules of attraction were made to be broken!More »
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You may think you pick your partner based on what your eyes tell you, but it could actually be your nose that's doing the selecting!
Transcript: Get a whiff of this: Your sense of smell may account for the majority of your sexual response. We have...
Get a whiff of this: Your sense of smell may account for the majority of your sexual response. We have more than 1,000 olfactory genes in our DNA. Compare that to just 300 genes for photoreceptors in the eyes, and it's little wonder that scent can ignite desire...or disgust.The human body produces pheromones, chemical signals that communicate reproductive quality to potential partners. These molecules are technically "odorless," so reacting to them is a subconscious act. Pheromones may help explain why you find that "sooo not your type" specimen incredibly sexy! There is still some controversy as to just how much of a role pheromones play in attraction, so if you're looking to surround yourself with scents to stimulate, studies have shown that men react most favorably to "home-baked" scents, like cinnamon buns and pumpkin pie. Meanwhile, women are aroused by baby powder, banana bread, and cucumbers! Who knew that attraction smelled so delicious?More »
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If you're a wallflower, your uber flirty friend is probably healthier than you. How does flirting make a body feel great?
Transcript: Think you know everything about catching the eye of the opposite sex? Think again! Flirting is fun,...
Think you know everything about catching the eye of the opposite sex? Think again! Flirting is fun, but it's also good for you! Studies show that people who flirt on a regular basis have higher levels of white blood cells in their bodies. Since these cells work in the immune system to fight harmful invaders, frequent flirters are actually healthier than those who avoid coy glances. Flirting is also universal. Women across the globe engage in similar moves to entice men. What's the most common gesture? Smiling, arching the eyebrows, then averting the gaze and giggling. But flirting can-and does-go astray! Research shows that men often mistake friendly behavior as being sexually suggestive. And both genders are guilty of making the most common flirting mistake, according to body language experts: maintaining too much eye contact. But there's really little to fear when it comes to flirting...as we've seen, it does a body good!More »
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How much sex is too little? Or too much? Check out the stats!
Transcript: Your best friend gets busy several times a day, while your sister is lucky to get twice a month. But...
Your best friend gets busy several times a day, while your sister is lucky to get twice a month. But what's normal? The most often cited sex statistic says the average married couple gets it on three times a week. Not true for you? Don't freak out. This stat includes some couples who never have sex, and some who have it fifteen times weekly! What's this mean? Ditch the numbers. What's important is that you and your partner are both satisfied.More »
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Sex is great - but can having it too soon mess up a good thing? You asked, our expert answers...
Transcript: Whats to soon for sex? Dr. YF: When it comes to sex and relationships people have lots of questions....
Whats to soon for sex? Dr. YF: When it comes to sex and relationships people have lots of questions. But youre lucky because we have the answers at sex health guru. Subject 1 (female): What I would really like to know is when is to soon to have sex? Dr. YF: There is no such thing as to soon for sex, as long as you feel confident that having sex with someone wont change the relationship for the worse. But when you want to have a relationship and your looking for someone who is willing to be with you for a while, then it could make sense to wait at least a couple dates before going all the way. It is very individual though. It all depends on your emotional maturity and how the relationship has developed up to that point. Research has shown that most men expect sex by the fourth or fifth date. While most women see it happening by the seventh or eighth. If you want a relationship that is more long term, your best bet is to focus on building trust and communication with your partner and letting your sex life flow naturally through that. Dont do it until your prepared either way. Whether things work out or not you dont want to regret your decision. For great information and videos about sex, check out more of what we got at sexhealthguru.comMore »
Last Modified: 2013-03-26 | Tags »
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We all have sex. We're all at risk for STDs. Want to know how long its been since that cute girl in the corner got tested?
Transcript: EXPERT Anyone who chooses to be sexually active runs the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease....
EXPERT Anyone who chooses to be sexually active runs the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease. Fortunately, it is possible to test for most STDs, enabling you to communicate responsibly with sexual partners and seek treatment, if available. We asked people like you whether they had ever had an STD test, and, if so, how long ago. ANSWER FOOTAGE Year ago Year ago to long ago to remember Mine was in January Three years ago Actually it was week ago Never had one haha Less than a year ago Yesterday Three months ago Id say o its last summer Two weeks ago very responsible Six Months ago Four or Five Months ago Twos Months ago Two months whenever I go I just say run em About a year ago It was in July A month ago something like that Seven Months ago A couple months ago I think in the summer time Um for me the same Maybe two years ago January 15th, 14TH Spring Last year Last Month Three Months ago Six Months ago Six months ago Expert on Screen Quite a few of the people we asked in person have gotten STD tests in the past couple of months. When we looked at the responses to our on-line survey, we found similar results. IMAGE 4 out of 5 people who filled out the survey said that they had gotten an STD test at some point in their life. Women were slightly more likely than men to have gotten tested. IMAGE Of the people who said that they had gotten an STD test, fully 50% said that their most recent test had occurred in the past year. Expert on Screen For more information on STDs, STD testing, and the online survey, spend some time on SexHealthGuru.com.More »
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When we asked girls if they ever faked an orgasm, we expected to hear some, 'Yes, Yes, Yesses,' but you might be shocked at what the guys had to say!
Transcript: Ever since Meg Ryan's inspired performance in when harry met sally, men have realized how convincingly...
Ever since Meg Ryan's inspired performance in when harry met sally, men have realized how convincingly women can fake an orgasm. But girls, did you ever think he could be faking it too? We asked both guys and girls if they have ever faked an orgasm. Woman: Yes. Woman: Yes. Man: Yes. Man: Nah. Woman: Uh, yes. I have. To get it over with. Man: Ah, no. Never. Woman: Yes. Woman: Yes. Man: Yeah. Woman: Yeah. Woman: No. Woman: No. Man: No, I haven't. Woman: No. Woman: No. Man: No. ManL No, no I've never. Man: Yes. Man: Yes. Woman: Yes. Woman: Yes, definitely. Haha! Are you surprised by those responses? We asked a bigger pool of people the same question in our online survey. The results? 79% of women said they had faked an orgasm at some point in their life. That's probably not a surprising number to most of you. What may surprise you is that 55% of men also said they had faked an orgasm. This isn't exactly an unprecedented concept-after all there was a Seinfeld episode where Kramer reveals that he sometimes fakes an orgasm when "It's enough already and I want to go to sleep!" Nonetheless I think many of our female viewers may be shocked to learn that more than half of men have faked an orgasm in real life. For more critical info and fun sex facts, check out more episodes at sexhealthguru.com.More »
Last Modified: 2013-07-08 | Tags »
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If you're stressed, you certainly know how it can affect you physically and mentally. Learn the top ten stress busters by watching this video.
Transcript: Ninety percent of us consider stress an inevitable part of our lives-but it doesn't have to be that way!...
Ninety percent of us consider stress an inevitable part of our lives-but it doesn't have to be that way! We all know what it feels like to be under stress, yet most of us don't know why we experience this condition. Let's look at how stress works. Doctors call the body's reaction to stressful events general adaptation syndrome. During tense times, our bodies release adrenaline and corticosteroids. This reaction, the fight or flight response, was designed to help man defend himself. The fight or flight response is healthy-in small doses. Unfortunately, exposure to A. continuous stressors, like traffic jams or B. piles of work, causes many of us to remain in this heightened state for hours, or even days. The result of this constant tension includes both short-term effects, like tense muscles and rapid heart rate, and long-term ones, like high blood pressure, a weakened immune system and depression. The good news is, we've got ten tips that can help. Let's start with diet: Research has shown that B-complex and C Vitamins, and the minerals magnesium and zinc, can help to ease stress symptoms. Vitamin C and magnesium lower stress levels because they help the brain produce serotonin, a hormone that regulates mood. Zinc and Vitamin B-complex fight free radicals, a term that refers to toxins found in the air and to harmful byproducts of digestion. Fresh vegetables, fruits, almonds, fish and whole-grains contain these essential vitamins and minerals and are great stress-busting foods. You can also combat stress with a supplement. St. John's Wort, is an herb that inhibits stress hormones and increases serotonin levels in the brain. Your approach can help too! Remembering that tension is a natural part of life can help curb your response to it. Take a minute to remind yourself that, This, too, shall pass. Sometimes a gentle touch, or acupressure, can relieve stress. One point, Lu 1, is prized for easing emotional stress and tense breathing. Find Lu 1 by sitting in a comfortable chair with your back straight. Use your thumbs to press the outside of your upper chest, just below your first rib. Maintain pressure for one minute. Another effective way to end your stress response is with simple meditation. For the best results, set aside 10 to 20 minutes for calm reflection. If you prefer a more formal approach, try this yoga meditation technique. Sit quietly with eyes closed. Pick a short phrase or word that calms you, like Ohm or Peace. Repeat the word as you clear your mind and relax your muscles. When mediating, always remember to breathe! Deep, relaxing breaths in and out through the nose help relieve stress. Even without meditation, just five minutes of deep breathing can be quite beneficial. And finally, if you're feeling stressed, take a time-out to do something you enjoy. Your body and mind will thank you. Stress is no fun, but with a little know-how, you can control your response to it, ensuring a calmer, happier you!More »
Last Modified: 2013-10-02 | Tags »
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Could you boost your brain power by eating a banana? Improve your memory and IQ by pressing certain points on your body? Absolutely! In this video, we'll show you how to amp up intelligence using super simple natural remedies.
Transcript: Do you remember what color underwear you're wearing? No? Nutritionist and physical therapist Kendra Coppey...
Do you remember what color underwear you're wearing? No? Nutritionist and physical therapist Kendra Coppey does! For her brain-boosting secrets, keep watching! While some decreased brain functioning is inevitable as we age, these easy, healthy tricks can help keep your brain in tip top shape. Want proof? My underwear is purple-and I didn't have to look! Do you eat breakfast? If you're looking to boost your brain power, you should. A. The brain is very active tissue, using up to 30 percent of the calories you consume daily. B. Breakfast provides the fuel that your mind needs after fasting all night. What you eat can have as large an impact as when you eat it. Certain foods can improve brain functioning, reaction time and creativity levels. Because the brain is composed of 60 percent fat, providing it with "good fats" keeps it in top condition. A. Eggs, B. oily fish like salmon and sardines, C. and almonds are good sources of brain-boosting fatty acids. D. These foods are also rich in choline, a chemical that is fundamental to strong memory. A. Your brain also loves fruits and vegetables. The antioxidants in these foods help to neutralize brain-damaging free radicals, like environmental toxins. B. Try to get five to nine servings of orange and red fruits and dark leafy vegetables daily. Some dietary supplements have also been shown to improve brain functioning. Ginko biloba is an herb that increases blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain. Iron is a mineral that also helps transport oxygen to the brain. Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in America, so keep levels stable by eating natural sources of iron, such as lean meats and beans, or by taking a supplement. One of the best ways to get your brain moving is to get your body moving! Exercise promotes the growth of new brain cells and boosts the flow of oxygen to your mind. Even if you're not a marathon runner, you can still get the brain-boosting benefits of exercise by walking for 30 minutes, three times a week. This can advance learning, concentration and abstract reasoning by up to 15 percent! When it comes to improving brain function, never underestimate the power of sleep! Rapid eye movement, or REM, sleep is when your brain processes new memories, and practices new skills. ensure you enter REM sleep, get the doctor-recommended seven to nine hours each night for optimal brain-power each day. Practice makes perfect, and brain power is no exception! Give your mind a daily workout. Do a soduku or crossword puzzle or challenge a friend to a game of trivial pursuit. Increase the efficiency of your exercises by listening to classical music. Studies have show that stimulating tunes improve mathematical and spatial reasoning. A mixture of brain-boosting foods, supplements and stimulating activities can keep the wheels turning fluidly for years to come-talk about a load off your mind!More »
Last Modified: 2012-09-27 | Tags »
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