Making healthy Halloween candy choices can be a scary proposition. After all, the miniature-sized, chocolate-covered bites can’t be all bad, can they? The answer depends on how many bite-sized morsels you eat and the surprising ...
Hang out with cheerful people. A positive attitude is contagious and so is a negative one! The same goes for listening to talk radio, choosing movies and listening to music.
Choose a piece of meat the size of a deck of cards and potatoes or rice that would fit in an ice cream scoop.
Long distance drivers have more skin cancers on the left side of their body. Wear sunscreen or a long sleeve shirt every day.
Rinse canned tuna before using. Read food labels and only buy salt-free canned vegetables and soups.
My husband is almost a hoarder. I mean, his truck is full of junk. It takes 20 minutes to clear off his bunk just to sit on it! I nag, beg, threaten but he ...
Brush and floss your teeth after every meal and you may not only have a nicer smile but can cut the risk of head and neck cancer by 400 percent by preventing gum disease.
Flu shots are ready! The CDC recommends you get your seasonal flu vaccine before December for the best timing.
Carolyn Magner is not a professional therapist and her advice is meant to entertain you, not solve your terrible, desperate problems. Email Carolyn at email@example.com
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