Brain inflammation plays a big role in the disease's progression. Curbing brain inflammation may help people treat and prevent Alzheimer's disease, according to a landmark new study. Researchers at the
While animals are an endless source of fascination for children, organising a family safari in a logistically challenging destination like Botswana can be tricky. Get it right, though, and there are few
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Feel like you've got a little extra padding to deal with? The health experts at Harvard have an answer for you to help you shed the weight: keep your glycemic index (GI) chart handy. In the December 2014
I always have the best of intentions — but we all know where that can lead … When I realize I've made a mistake, the only way I can even remotely make myself feel better is to learn from the situation.
Although we feel safest when we stay within our comfort zones, avoiding new challenges serves as the biggest obstacle to living a full and rich life. Learning to recognize when you avoid change because
Gifts are good things! But, too much of anything isn't good. A great way to combat is excess is to shift to gifts that aren't toys. All of us who have children have too many toys scattered throughout house.
Having a period isn't a curse. It makes you uniquely qualified to create and sustain life, if you so choose. Speaking of choice, only you can/should make the choice of if/when you would like to become
Your gender does not define you. Neither does your job or car or bank account. Be kind and brave, be a good friend and a hard worker and treat everyone with respect -- those are the qualities that will
• The signs that someone is lying aren't always easy to decipher. • And, unfortunately, there's no way to determine whether or not someone's being honest with 100% certainty. • But there are some obvious
Whoever came up with the idea that grounding kids meant sending them to their rooms clearly wasn't thinking big. Lynette, a mom whose blog typically chronicles her incredible adventures in cake making,