Despite the rumors on social media, there’s no scientific evidence to suggest that temporarily stepping up your cleaning game is dangerous to your immune health.
Wearing only leggings, sweats and yoga pants these days? Here’s how often you should make sure to wash them.
You step out of the tub or shower feeling clean and fresh — but do you wipe away all that healthy hygiene with a dirty towel? A dermatologist offers 5 tips on fresh towel tactics.
Before you lose your cool over lice, you should know there are many misconceptions about how lice spread and how they’re treated.
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Imagine never having to take the time to wash and dry your hair ever again. No, you wouldn’t have to shave your head – just switch to dry shampoo, a spray-in product that advertises some of the same benefits as the wet goop you slather over your head. These alcohol- or starch-based sprays claim to … Read More
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