Grooming often, removing all hair, and having others help ups chance of injury.
Most adults in the U.S. shave, wax or groom their pubic hair. But the practice is leading to a surprising number of injuries, a survey finds
It might be time to consider going 70's-style where the sun don't shine. A recent study done by JAMA Dermatology shows that 25.6 percent of adults in the U.S. who groom their pubic hair have experienced injuries as a result of shav...
(The JAMA Network Journals) Pubic hair grooming is a widespread practice and about a quarter of people who groom reported grooming-related injuries in a national survey, according to a new article published by JAMA Dermatology.
(Reuters Health) - Most adults in the United States groom their pubic hair, and a significant percentage of them end up with cuts and infections as a result, researchers say.