body odor

Style & Beauty
Find out whether you're willing to take the plunge, then check out some brands you can choose from.
Relationships
You may be scared of hurting your partner's feelings, but being honest about the stinky situation could improve your relationship.
Wellness
So despite the ideal many people have of snuggling happily in bed at night, there are some people who would rather not snuggle or who have to be very careful about snuggling because of something physical about their partner.
Science
Or just wear deodorant anyway. It's generally a good idea.
Weird News
But will it pass the sniff test?
Healthy Living
How is this even a little bit fair?
Style & Beauty
Day four: You know how they say if you skip bathing long enough, you'll stop smelling yourself (do people say that, or did
Wellness
Even when no one thinks you smell, you smell. And scientists who study volatile organic compounds (VOCs) have long known that every person has a distinct odor, just like they have distinct fingerprints.
Science
Special thanks to: Dr. Lauren Ploch, Dr. Joshua Zeichner, Michael G. Schmidt, PhD., Julie Segre, PhD., Dr. Cameron K. Rokhsar
Wellness
The role of scents and pheromones in human courtship is still an emerging field of research, but it has already inspired
Women
The men I dated loved that smell, the raw meatiness of it. They couldn't help it. I imagine it was one part tenderness for their smelly little girlfriend and two parts all instinctual, animal sex-beast-magic.
Videos
Silverback gorillas can broadcast their presence with a stinky stench, or turn off their scent to hide from strangers, new research suggests.
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If the smell still persists... Ask about a prescription antiperspirant. Talk to your dermatologist about Drysol or Xerac
Wellness
You Love Broccoli You've probably heard that eating a diet heavy in garlic and onion can stink up more than just your mouth
Business
Once upon a time I worked with a gentleman who had body odor. I didn't have to work with him often, mind you -- or for very long.
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