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June 20, 2018

Put Insomnia to Rest with a Massage

After a long day of work, there’s nothing better than slipping into some nice comfy pajamas, climbing into bed and then tossing, turning and staring at the ceiling for 2 hours. Hmm. We take it back. Sleep is the body’s way of rejuvenating at the end of each day. Unfortunately for 1 in 3 people, insomnia has different ideas. Whether you’re replaying today, worrying about tomorrow, or rethinking yesterday as your mind wanders, your REM time dwindles.

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June 20, 2018

5 Ways to Reduce Pet Allergens in the Home

When it comes time to welcome a furry friend into the home, it is important to consider how this will affect your health and the health of your family. Studies show that 86% of animals are surrendered to shelters because of circumstances relating to the owner, not the pet. Of this, 4% are relinquished because of a pet allergy. For pet owners with allergies, a little sneeze is a small price to pay for the unconditional love a pet provides.

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June 20, 2018

Five Grooming Essentials Every Guy Needs

On weekdays, it might take two, three, even five alarms just to coax a groggy guy out of bed to prepare for the workday. After a few snoozes, many guys find their grooming time to be quite limited. Adding another step to your morning routine may as well be out of the question. By investing in yourself, you can look better and feel better, too. It takes 21 days to form a new habit. Once it’s formed, it becomes just that–a habit. Each of the following grooming essentials can be quick and easy. Check out these five products every guy should add to the morning routine.

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June 20, 2018

5 tricks to Keep Your Dog Allergy-free this Spring

As the flowers start to bloom, the birds start to sing and the temperatures start to rise, our noses start to run, eyes itch and all of a sudden—ACHOO. More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, but 10% of dogs suffer from allergies, too.Similar to humans, the symptoms can include things like a runny nose, sneezing and itchy eyes. Unlike humans, you may notice your dog rubbing their face on the floor or chewing their feet. Dogs rely heavily on their owners to help prevent and treat allergy symptoms. Here are five ways to keep pets sneeze-free this spring.

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June 20, 2018

Top 4 Places Stress Hides in Your Body

You’re stressed. You’re getting ready for work. Your body is getting ready for battle. “I need to finish that report first thing. Can I get it done before my 9 a.m. meeting? Shoot, I forgot to call that client back. If I don’t leave in the next three minutes I’m going to hit the worst of rush hour traffic.” Stress sends the brain into overdrive causing adrenaline and cortisol to release into the body. If you were getting ready for a strenuous battle and not another day of being an overworked office worker, this response would be helpful. Unfortunately, when we are exposed to a chronic stressor, the central nervous system (CNS) continues releasing these stress-related hormones. Understanding where stress harbors in the body is the first step to controlling it with lifestyle changes like an improved diet or using a handheld massager. Here are the 4 places your body is most affected by stress when each day is a theoretical battle.

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June 20, 2018

City of Beardly Love: Women Help Philly Earn Title of ‘Most Facial Hair Friendly City in America’

STERLING, Ill. (April 19, 2018) – Men take note, women across the country have come down with a case pogonophilia. Before panic ensues, however, a simple Google search will reveal this follicular phenomenon is in fact — a love of beards. What’s even more interesting is that facial hair enthusiasm from the women of Philadelphia was a contributing factor in the fifth annual ‘Most Facial Hair Friendly Cities in America’research study from men’s grooming leader Wahl, and helped the city skyrocket to the No. 1 spot.

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June 20, 2018

Burns, Scrapes, & Bumps, Oh My! Avoid Shaving Mishaps by Following These 6 Steps

Shaving on television seems so flawless. The razor glides over stubble leaving nothing but beautiful man face in its tracks. The reality is, bloody tissue pieces stuck to your face, red bumps you pray disappear before your big date, and of course, pain. We’ve all been there. Pairing the right technique with the right equipment is instrumental to a successful, sexy, painless shave. Follow these 6 steps to help prevent razor burn, razor bumps, and scrapes.

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June 20, 2018

City of Beardly Love: Philly Named Most Facial Hair Friendly

Men take note, women across the country have come down with a case pogonophilia. Before panic ensues, however, a simple Google search will reveal this follicular phenomenon is in fact — a love of beards. What’s even more interesting is that facial hair enthusiasm from the women of Philadelphia was a contributing factor in the fifth annual ‘Most Facial Hair Friendly Cities in America’ research study from men’s grooming leader Wahl, and helped the city skyrocket to the No. 1 spot.

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June 20, 2018

When Food Fights Back: 4 Secrets to Avoiding Acid Reflux Naturally

Slice, dice, blend and boil– our food can sure take a beating. As we pulverize tomatoes for homemade lasagna, the acid in that same tomato is conspiring. At dinner, we strike. That same tomato is known to cause acid reflux. And Nothing ruins a delicious meal quite like it revisiting our taste buds a few hours later. Not as good the second time.  Interestingly enough, 20% of the population suffers from some level of acid reflux, more formally known as Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

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June 20, 2018

Should You Cut or Should You Comb? A Guide to Balding in Style

According to our research, around 35 million men are affected by hair loss. Though it is a natural part of aging, some men have trouble with hair loss. There’s no splitting hairs, there comes a time in every man’s life when they must embrace the beauty of baldness, but we’re not there yet. First, it’s important to understand where your hair loss is occurring:

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