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6 Things You'll See At A Latino Baby Shower
6 Things You'll See At a Latino Baby Shower

Baby on board? If you already have children, you may be familiar with the intricacies of a Latino baby shower. If this is your first time, listen up! You'll probably (read: definitely) see these six things at your Latino shower: 
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8 Things That Are Ruining Your Smile
7 Things That Are Secretly Ruining Your Smile

Want super white, healthy teeth like Shakira or like Leslie Grace? I mean — who doesn't? We have a secret for you: it all starts with prevention and a mindfulness about what you put into your mouth.


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The Good Life With Crafty Chica: Pool Party
The Good Life With Crafty Chica: Pool Party 101

Dipped your toe in the pool lately? Feels pretty nice, right? June is here, which means summer pool party season has arrived! From bathing suits to boom boxes to the ultimate pool floatie, here are 10 ideas that will work swimmingly well:


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7 Things Women Think About While Having Sex With A New Guy
7 Things Women Think About While Having Sex With A New Guy

Women often visualize what sex will be like with the new man in their lives. Before even doing the deed, you picture him on top of you, licking your earlobes and swerving his hips perfectly. You lay in bed with your eyes closed, and imagine your body writhing underneath his touch. You two are so in sync, it feels ah-mazing. It’s like you’re in a movie — and he’s the best sex you’ve ever had! 


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Latinas Womens World Cup 2016
6 Latinas To Watch At The Women's World Cup

Still suffering from withdrawals from last year's FIFA World Cup? Good news: the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup begins on June 6 in Vancouver, Canada. The United States — a pre-tournament favorite to win the cup — will face-off against a slew of ruthless competitors, including Germany, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and more. 

Tune in, and keep your eyes peeled for these Latina players to watch: 


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5 Tips For Having "The Sex Talk" With Your Kids
5 Tips For Having "The Sex Talk" With Your Kids

In our world of scanty fashion and raunchy songs, talking intelligently to children about "the birds and the bees" should be an ongoing process. "Rather than having one single conversation with your child, it's better to use different opportunities to talk about sex," says New York-based child psychology Dr. Karen Caraballo. Here are some expert pointers: 

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The 6 Weirdest Places You Can Catch A Sunburn
The 6 Weirdest Places You Can Catch a Sunburn

Summer means sun, sand and sea. But while you're soaking up the rays on la playa, make sure to slather up — everywhere. It's not just your arms, nose and legs that are suspectible to sunburn; your eyelids, cleavage, and scalp can all fall prey to the harsh UV rays of el sol. Before you hit the beach, get the details on these unexpected body parts where you can get sunburned: 
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7 Body Image Struggles Only Latinas Understand
7 Body Image Struggles Only Latinas Understand

Curvy or skinny, big booty or flat as a pancake, we Latinas all have our own body image issues that others could just never understand. See below, and tell us: can you relate? 

MORE: Plus Size Models Share Inspirational Body Image Message


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5 Workout Tips For When You Can't Afford To Hit The Gym
5 Workout Tips For When You Can't Afford to Hit the Gym

Hate the gym? Can't afford a membership? No worries, you can still keep fit without setting foot inside your local fitness center. Skip the monthly dues and treadmill hogs, and try these exercises at-home instead: 

MORE: Try This Coconut Workout For A Firm Booty!


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These Pics Are The Reason You Need To Visit Cuba
These Pics Are All the Reason You'll Need to Book a Ticket to Cuba

The number of Americans visiting Cuba has increased dramatically since President Obama reopened relations with the island nation late last year. According to the Associated Press, visits increased 36 percent between January and May 2015 compared with the same period the year before. 


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