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Past articles by Nadia:

Harlem's Own Subway Singer Turned Band Leader Redefines 'Music'

Bill Hudson’s definition of “music” is simple. If it has a pulse, it could very well be a song. → Read More

Conveyer Belt Japanese Tasting Menu in NYC is Perfect for Date Night

Sometimes what you eat is as important as how you eat it. This New York restaurant puts that to the test. → Read More

Here's a Simple Way to Avoid the Flu as You Travel

Flu season is in full swing, but you don't have to get sick when you travel to cities with high concentrations of influenza patients. → Read More

Why Tourists Are Flocking to America to Give Birth

Miami has reportedly become a booming birth tourism destination for Russian moms-to-be. → Read More

What If You Could Travel Like Your Favorite Celebrity?

Velocity Black’s co-founder and CEO Zia Yusuf is ready to bring the app to adventurous young professionals around the world. → Read More

In This Irish Destination, Sex May Actually Be in the Air

Ringaskiddy in Ireland was jokingly dubbed “Viagra village” in 1998, and its small town residents were not happy about it. → Read More

From DNA Travel to Professional Cuddlers, 2017's Best in Health and Wellness

If there was ever a year when aligning your mind and body was essential, 2017 was it. → Read More

10 Cold Remedies From Around the World

These home remedies from around the world may be just what you need to stay healthy this flu season. → Read More

Where Sex Ed Fails, This Movement Brings New Age Sexual Health to LA

CYCLES + SEX, an event launched this year in New York and Los Angeles, hopes to help people have important conversations about sex. → Read More

A Self-Care Guide to the New York City Subway

Like most other things in the New York City, the subway is as famous as it is unpredictable. → Read More

These New York City Spaces are Making a Difference in Women's Lives

The ladies who participate in these NYC organizations are in full formation. → Read More

Sex Party or Empowerment? Hotel Welcomes Invite-Only Party for Bisexual Women

Skirt Club creator Genevieve LeJeune says the private parties are not just about sex; they're about women's empowerment. → Read More

Here's What Happens When Sex Positive New Yorkers Converge on Brooklyn

Sex Expo 2017 had a great turnout, with educators and innovators from around the country descending on Brooklyn to talk about sex. → Read More

The 12 Funniest Words in the English Language, Based on Science

The funniest words in the English language probably won't surprise you. → Read More

Traveling to Mexico? You May Want to Avoid This Bubbly Drink

Mexican health officials pulled 7Up from store shelves after a person died and others were hospitalized. Here's everything you need to know. → Read More

NFL London Series is Giving Protests an International Stage

NFL players standing for 'God Save the Queen' and kneeling for the 'Star Spangled Banner' sends a pretty clear message. → Read More

'Fat Girls Traveling' Encourages Women to Be Proud of Their Bodies While Globetrotting

Luxury travelers come in all shapes and sizes, and this Instagram hopes to combat wanderlust stereotypes with radical self love. → Read More

This Brooklyn Event is 'Bringing Sexy Back' to New York City

Sex Expo 2017 hopes to educate and empower New Yorkers who want to take their sex lives to the next level. → Read More

Beauty Is Currency Among Instagram's Elite Plastic Surgeons

For some plastic surgeons, location may be as important as charisma in determining their chances of social media stardom. → Read More

Do Americans Struggle to Accept Bisexuality?

Bisexual people may be at higher risk for mental health issues, and stigma surrounding bisexuality may be to blame. → Read More