Urine Does NOT Come Out Of Your Vagina! Anatomy Myths Debunked And Explained Via Urologists

It is still quite a shock to many people to hear that women do not urinate out of their vaginas. Both men and women, when asked this question, have been known to respond that when a woman urinates, it comes out of her vagina. They are surprised to learn that a woman's anatomy consists of a clitoris, followed by a urethra (which is where the urine comes out), then the vagina and then the anus.

How To Attract Hummingbirds To Your Garden

If you find hummingbirds to be especially beautiful, and would like to have them in your garden, then you should make sure to choose the correct flowers and plants. You shouldn't think that by choosing very fragrant flowers that you will be able to attract them to your garden. This is because hummingbirds have a no sense of smell. So you are going to want to attract them by planting highly colorful flowers that will be visible to the hummingbirds.

Outdoor Blind Guide

Outdoor blinds are a classy way to make your outdoor living spaces more comfortable. You can hang them from a covered patio, in a gazebo, or from another open outdoor structure to provide shade and protection from mild weather. The following guide can help you choose the right type of blinds. Figure out your primary needs For most people, the main use of outdoor blinds is to provide shade from direct sunlight.

Wood Flooring Upkeep That Will Keep Your Floors Looking Remarkable

Are you thinking about getting wood flooring installed in a new home or upgrading your existing flooring material to wood? If so, it is wise to understand how to take care of this beautiful flooring option because it requires specialized care. The care requirements should not deter you because wood is a durable material. It may last 100 years or more when properly cared for. The following points will help you better understand how to care for wood flooring.

Breaking The Cycle Of Boxelder Bugs In Your Home

Every year in fall, boxelder bugs all around the country sense a chill in the air and begin heading indoors to ride out the winter. Although these bugs are neither toxic nor aggressive, their pungent aroma when stressed and sheer force of numbers can be overwhelming for any homeowner, and they may return year after year if not dealt with promptly. If you are tired of your annual influx of bugs and the stress they cause, these three steps can help you break the cycle of boxelders once and for all.