Long distance relationships just got a whole lot sexier.
Is this the best combination of sex and technology yet? Durex is working on a line of undergarments (Fundawear—badum-ching!) that vibrate when activated by mobile phone. That’s right, remote-operated vibrating underwear are in development.
They’re not available for purchase yet, but it looks like the Aussies will be the first to give this product a go. (Gives new meaning to the land down under…)
Don’t beat around the bush. Studies suggest that many patients wait until their third question to bring up what they really want to talk about with their provider. Break the cycle and tackle your priority questions first. Your provider will appreciate your directness and it’ll mean more time for answers!
There are lots of things you can do for National Women’s Health Week, but we say be proud if you start with just a couple. And if you’d like more detail about how the Affordable Care Act could affect your birth control coverage, check out the article the National Women’s Law Center wrote for us laying it all out.
What exactly does a Pap smear test for?
And if you didn’t get a chance to read our checklist for National Women’s Health Week on Frisky Friday, today’s a good day to do that, too. You get to take control of your health and earn a Bedsider Insider badge for it. The definition of win-win, basically.
National Women’s Health Week is here.
It’s finally National Women’s Health Week! From May 12th to the 18th, women around the country will take steps to improve their health by getting active, quitting smoking, and scheduling regular checkups.
Good health includes good birth control, so it’s the perfect time to find the type that works best for you. Overwhelmed? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.