Lifestyle

Little Details that Make a New Year Party One for the Ages

27/12/2018 06:00am | 130 views

Every New Year, over one million people pack into New York City’s Time Square to watch the ball drop at Midnight. Around the country, many more people go to parties. People make all manner of different resolutions going into the New Year, but if yours is to throw the best party ever, don’t stress over getting the right food, or having enough refreshments. The key to throwing a night to remember is in the little details. Providing your guests with unexpected extras will impress them, and make you the talk of your social circle for weeks to come.

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Preventive Care

Keeping Your Skin Healthy and Beautiful As You Near Middle Age

01/11/2018 06:00am | 473 views

Teenagers and young adults tend to take the health of their skin for granted. It is common for young people to engage in activities that adults warn them are not good for their skin, such as tanning under artificial lights or refusing to wear sunscreen. Now that you're getting closer to middle age, you're probably more worried about how your skin will look and feel as you continue to age. Even though you may have made some mistakes when you were younger, it isn't too late to start supporting the overall health of your skin.

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Nutrition

5 Snacks to Enjoy (and 5 to Avoid)

16/10/2018 06:00am | 550 views

By Amy Capetta

We all snack. But some snacks are better than others, especially if you’re managing type 2 diabetes or obesity.

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Nutrition

3 Easy Healthy Fall Salad Recipes

20/09/2018 10:39am | 665 views

Today I'm sharing 3 easy and healthy fall salad recipes inspired by LiteHouse Organic Dressings who are sponsoring this video. 

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Nutrition

6 Light-Yet-Satisfying Summer Soups

22/08/2018 06:00am | 992 views

By Jennifer Segal

 

 

 

 

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