Women's Health

Don’t Fight Dirty

After boxing class, do your fingers smell like you went fishing with your bare hands? So do ours. (Gah!) That’s because sweaty gloves are a breeding ground for bacteria. “What you smell is germs, dead skin cells, and mildew,” says cleaning expert Melissa Maker, creator of YouTube’s

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