Not sure there’s anything else that needs to be said about why two cats are better than one…
Sometimes when you ask, you shall receive. The Agriculture Department has developed a new government certification and labeling for foods that are free of genetically modified ingredients. The USDA’s decision to do this stems from more and more consumer groups that are pushing for mandatory labeling of the genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. Read more
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights will be the biggest, longest and most intense yet at Universal Orlando. Jack, the incredibly sadistic disturbing clown, will be back, along with more scareactors than ever before. Read more
Houston. We have a problem … One might think married couples should have plenty to say to each other, but research says communication is one of the issues they struggle with most. And even if you are not married, communication is the key part of any relationship.
Part of the problem may be that communication is a two-way street, requiring both partners to do it well. And some subjects are trickier than others to discuss. Read more
Working out on a regular basis is a great routine to adopt no matter who you are or what your goals may be. We’d all like to think the practices we have implemented are working well and there is no need to shake things up, but that is not always the case. Sometimes what we are doing isn’t what we should be doing. Sometimes change is good, especially if it is for the better. Read more
It seems taking #selfies has become the new pastime for people young and old of late. Capturing that perfect #selfie may require more than just the right camera angle these days however. If that crooked nose or drooping eyelid appears more pronounced through the camera lens, some people are resorting to plastic surgery for a self-ix. It isn’t just the “older” crowd going in for a nip tuck these days. Guys and gals under 30 are turning to cosmetic surgery to enhance their appearance and correct imperfections. Read more
Olive oil has long been very popular for cooking and adding flavor to a variety of dishes. It has also received accolades for its health-promoting properties. Turns out there is a lot more to olive oil than just a quick dash in the pan. Check out some fun facts about its evolution and its health benefits — and which olive oils are not so “healthy”. Read more
It’s almost summertime and many people are already planning their summer vacations. For many, one of the stressors in preparation before departure is the packing. What do you take with you without taking too much?
Everyone wants to look good on their vacation, and in the many photos they take to share with friends and family, but no one wants to look like they got beat up by the sun! Find out what you can bring with you on your next trip to keep you looking your best and feeling fresh.
We are all afraid of something. Whether it is creepy clowns, big spiders, going to the dentist, climbing tall ladders or being in a crowd of people … there is a flavor of fear for everyone, no matter how big or how small.
Fear can be debilitating and prevent people from living life to its fullest, both personally and professionally — but it doesn’t have to be. Check out these tips from Jim Hjort, LCSW, to learn how to successfully cope with and overcome situations that bring about intense fear, so you can take back control of your life. Read more
Sage is a new food data platform created by designers and nutritionists. It just launched to give consumers a smarter food label. Sage’s platform allows consumers to access interactive digital food labels where food data is more transparent, the information on the label is personalized to each user’s unique interests and preferences, and it provides better visual designs that help consumers make sense of the important information around every product. Read more
It’s nearly summertime (although it feels more like it in some places more than others). One thing you need to keep in mind is how strong those rays are when they are beating down on you. Even if you are in your car (the sun’s rays can penetrate your windows), or sitting in the shade (the sun’s rays can be reflected onto you). It’s all good though. All you need to do is prepare. The first step to preparation is selecting the right sunscreen(s). Read more
It’s time to shine this summer, and if you are like most people, you will have your collection of summer hats at the ready. No longer just a fashion statement, hats are now used as a defense against the sun’s harmful UV rays. The problem is, they might not offer as much protection as you think they do. Read more
It’s almost that time again ladies … Time to shed off your bulky winter outerwear and to instead strut your stuff in an itsy bitsy, tiny weeny, non-polka dot bikini. OP has a new line coming out that will definitely put the sizzle in your sunshine. Read more
Smokers who are able to quit might actually be hard-wired for success, according to a study from Duke Medicine. The study, published in Neuropsychopharmacology, showed greater connectivity among certain brain regions in people who successfully quit smoking compared to those who tried and failed. Read more