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More Women Are Shaving Their Faces

Women spend a lot of time and money waxing, threading, plucking and lasering to remove facial hair. But there is a growing number who are taking a pager from the men's grooming page and taking a razor to clean off unwanted facial hair. Also known as dermaplaning, it basically involves lightly...
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Men And Women Experience Pain Differently

It turns out that men feel pain more intensely than women if the pain is caused by a similar method experienced before. A team of researchers from Canada discovered that men are more sensitive and stressed if they know they are about to undergo a painful experience that's happened to them before...
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Women Can Save Money By Shopping For Personal Care Items In The Men's Section

It is true that many products marketed towards girls and women are priced higher than equal products marketed towards boys and men. A 2015 report from the New York City Department of Affairs found that personal care products were on average 13% higher for products aimed at women than men and women'...
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Men Are More Likely To Die From Skin Cancer

Skin cancer accounts for more than 50% of all cancers combined with 90% of it caused by the sun . Although men and women are equally prone to skin cancer, white men are more likely than women to die of skin cancer. And the reason for this statistical inequality is absurd. Many men find the topic of...
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Fake See-Through T-Shirts Makes It Look Like You Have A Summer Body

Although summer technically starts on Friday, June 21st (at 11:54am ET, to be exact), your summer body has taken a detour on the road known as life! But not to worry! This year there is an alternative for those who aren't feeling body confident, but want to look like they've spent the past six...
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Mumps Cases On The Rise With Alachua County Second Highest In State

The CDC says there have been 971 cases of measles reported in the United States so far this year , meaning with the year not quite half over, now has the greatest number of cases in a single year in nearly three decades. For the two confirmed cases in Florida involved residents who were...
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Women Work Better In Rooms With Warmer Temperatures Than Men

Breaking the glass ceiling may be as simple as raising the room temperature of the office, according to a new study. It found that women think better at higher room temperatures, while men perform better when it is colder. The study found women correctly answered mental math questions and word...
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Phantom Smells Are Causing Quality Of Life Issues For Those Over 40

Ever question a strange smell to only have the person you are taking to say they can't smell whatever it is you do? A new study looked at the phenomenon of "phantom" odors that have no obvious source. Data collected between 2011 and 2014 asked 7417 subjects aged 40 if they smelled an unpleasant,...
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Social Media Is Fueling Spending For Beauty Treatments

You might think only women book a beauty treatment before a night out but it is twice as likely to be done by men. When it comes to an instant tan, 21% of men surveyed opt for it ahead of a big night, while only 12% of women would do the same. Men are also more likely to get their hair styled...
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What Women Like In Beards

Women have different tastes and preferences when it comes to the facial hair of men. Depends, according to a survey of women ages 18 to 44. When it comes to short stubble, 38% of women aged 25-34 said it was the most attractive. That viewpoint drops for women 18-24, with 24% saying it was the most...
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