The Checkup: All the Germs You Come in Contact With When Trying on a Swimsuit

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• Ladies, you know those sticky hygienic strips you find in bathing suits when you try them on at the store? Yeah. You’re going to want to use a bio-hazard suit to remove them. [HuffPost Healthy Living]


• This proves that your toaster oven is one of your very best kitchen tools: 60 healthy recipes you can toast up in no time. [Greatist]

• You think running Lemon Hill is hard? Check out the insane incline captured in these pics from the U.S. Mountain Running Championships. [Competitor]

• How to make your iced tea absolutely baller. [Huffington Post]

• Oh, hey! A Yardley Reiki master gets a shout out for his stress-relieving scalp treatments at a local salon. [Q by Equinox]

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