Health.com
August 04, 2009

  • HPV is so prevalent that it’s earned itself the nickname “the common cold of STDs.” It affects women and men, but so far only women have been approved to use the HPV vaccine. So why isn’t there a Gardasil for men? [U.S. News and World Report]

  • There’s a new battle of the sexes brewing—over the thermostat! Studies show women are more sensitive to cold, sparking fights over the A/C setting, even on summer’s most blazing days. [Washington Post]

  • A 28-year-old British woman developed painful, blistering welts shortly after giving birth. Turns out, she was allergic to her son! [ParentDish]

  • You don’t have to shell out big bucks for pricey gym memberships and fancy gear to stay in shape. Just try these six recession-proof workout tips and get fit for free. [FNC iMag]


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