With so much happening in the news this week, there’s a big chance you may have missed all the wellness, relationships and fashion stories. But don’t you worry: We’ve gathered them all here for you to read and there is something for everyone.
It’s the weekend so put your feet up, relax and catch up on our best five life and style news.
Stories about sex myths, body-building supplements and common myths about hair loss, hair fall and hair growth are the most-viewed stories about life and style, starting with the most popular:
1. You may think you know it all but do you really? Major sex myths debunked
Sexperts demystify popular myths related to orgasms, G spot, condoms, sexual tendencies of women, and more. If you think you know of them all, you will be surprised. Click here to read the full story.
2. Going bald or facing hair fall? 14 myths about hair growth you shouldn’t believe
Can washing hair in cold water prevent baldness? Does cutting hair promote hair growth? We junk common myths about hair loss, hair fall and hair growth. We also bust myths that say direct sunshine and some hair care products cause baldness. Click here to read the full story.
3. All you need to know about protein powders and how to avoid buying fakes
The markets are full of fake body-building supplements. So, how to tell the real from fakes? Just follow our quick guide, so you sweat it out in your workouts and not in finding the right protein supplement, if at all you need it. Click here to read the full story.
4. How to protect your skin while you have fun this Holi
Don’t forget to apply oil, braid your hair and apply sunscreen before going out to play Holi. You probably know that. But to make your Holi more fun and less fussy, here’s a list of things to keep in mind for an easy, stressless and colourful festive celebration. Click here to read the full story.
5. In pain? Read a book: Study finds enjoying literature can help relieve chronic discomfort
Reading has long been known for its entertainment value. But researchers now believe that it could also help to treat chronic pain for millions of people. Click here to read the full story.
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