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Christina Aguilera pictured full-frontal like never before as bath pics hit the web

Christina Aguilera pictured full-frontal like never before as bath pics hit the web

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INSTAGRAMSUPERSTAR: Christina Aguilera is no stranger to flashing the fleshThe blonde beauty took to Instagram on Thursday night to treat fans to a flash-a-thon to remember.Posting to her 4.5million followers, the power house uploaded not one but three bathroom snaps.Shot in sensual black and white, Christina can be seen 100% naked as she enjoys a soak.Turning her hygiene routine into a photoshoot, the songstress posed up a storm for the camera. Christina Aguilera's saucy outfits through the years See Christina Aguilera's saucy outfits through the years.Getty/Instagram Christina Aguilera's hottest pictures INSTAGRAMBOLD: Christina Aguilera left almost nothing to the imagination In one snap cheeky Christina can be seen with her back to the lens - turning he...
Majority of over-65s would like more sex, survey finds

Majority of over-65s would like more sex, survey finds

Health
Older people are often assumed to want amiable companionship in later life rather than passion-fuelled romance.But a survey of 2,002 older Britons suggests 52% of over-65s feel they do not have enough sex, and nearly a third are happy to have sex on a first date. It also found one in 10 over-75s have had multiple sexual partners since turning 65.The charity Independent Age said its survey showed age was "no barrier to having a sex life".'Sex is better when you're 80'The taboo of sex in care homes for older people'You should enjoy life' Dennis Allen, from Somerset, has not let age stand in the way of his and his wife's sex life. The 84-year-old married Pauline, 85, his fourth wife, in 2004. He said the pair were on average sexually active twice a week."If you're up for it, you should enjoy ...
5 Real Women Share What It Was Like Giving Up Alcohol for a Month

5 Real Women Share What It Was Like Giving Up Alcohol for a Month

Health
Until last month, I did not fully understand the effects of alcohol. Sure, I’d experienced a tipsy night out and enjoyed the next day’s lovely hangover. But when I gave up alcohol (one of many rules of the Whole30 program, which I did in January), I gradually became aware of how much things change when you part with your Pinot noir.I definitely experienced health perks: I was able to focus my energy on quality catch-ups over coffee, didn’t have liquor-induced late night cravings, and made it to more morning workout classes than usual. Yet what shocked me was how much my social life shifted over the course of 30 days.RELATED: What's the Lowest Calorie Alcohol? 8 Drinks RankedA friend’s request to meet for a “quick drink” led to my long explanation about my no-alcohol decision
I Hated Beets, Until I Tried Them Like This

I Hated Beets, Until I Tried Them Like This

Health
The one recipe that forever changed my mind about beets. Let’s get this straight: I generally hate beets. There is nothing about this root vegetable to that appeals to me. I’ve sent back a salad before because it was laced with cooked, shredded beets that were tossed in there unbeknownst to me (insert orange rage emoji face). However, after I recently tried a salad recipe that called for thinly sliced golden beets, my sentiments towards the vegetable became far more tolerant. Don’t get me wrong, I have given beets a fair chance. I’ve eaten them roasted, boiled, mashed, and pickled, but eating them raw in a salad might be the only way I actually enjoy them.Unlike their red counterpart, golden beets have a milder flavor and won’t stain your hands as dramatically wi
'My restless legs were like bees biting under my skin'

'My restless legs were like bees biting under my skin'

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For years, Mary Rose struggled to get off to sleep or to stay asleep, because she felt like she was being attacked by insects. "Imagine having a swarm of bees buzzing inside the skin of your legs, biting you," she says, describing the sensation that overwhelmed her. "It's really very, very painful."Now in her 80s, the art historian has a condition called restless legs syndrome (RLS), which tortures her at night. "It makes you want to scratch your legs and get up and walk about - it was just impossible to lie down and sleep because one's legs were twitching in this uncontrollable way," she explained.The symptoms were so severe, she didn't want to go to bed at night. 'No sleep at all'Mary Rose can't remember when the problem began, but the condition went undiagnosed for years. "Peopl...