Showing a little kindness goes a long way in brightening someone’s day. In fact, science shows us that the benefits of being kind are not only for the recipient, but there are real benefits to the one performing those acts of kindness.
Pet owners don’t need much prodding to tell you just how wonderful, intelligent, and adorable their pets are. In addition to being cute and fuzzy, pets are good for your health. Time to bring home a puppy, kitten or goldfish?
The temperatures are dropping and the smell of pumpkin spice latte is in the air. Check out this recipe to make your own at home. And you’ll want to try tailgate chili and apple carrot muffins, too!
If you’re a tobacco user, whether it be smoking cigarettes, a cigar, pipe or chewing, there’s no better time than today to set goals and become the best version of yourself.
A book is just the beginning of a bright future. The ability to read well and to enjoy reading is critical for a child’s later success. Reading for pleasure correlates with academic achievement and the opportunity for career growth, well beyond the elementary school years.
We tend to think that added sugar is mainly found in desserts like cookies and cakes, but it’s also found in many savory foods, such as bread and pasta sauce. Learn to spot where sugar is hiding.
Understanding nutrition labels and calorie information helps us make better decisions about what we eat. Will the FDA’s updated requirements mean clearer and more useful information on nutrition labels?
Too often in today’s fast-paced world, we don’t slow down enough to say thank you. But we should. Besides being a nice thing to do, expressing gratitude has proven health perks, according to a vast body of research.