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Image consultant Carol Davidson shares tips for how to clean your closet so you can have only those clothes you'll need and wear. share
The New York Times Travel Show predicts big things in leisure travel, from river cruises and luxury travel to "voluntourism."share
The new Dietary Guidelines again remind us that we eat too much salt and sugar, which causes health problems. Learn how to cut back. share
Peanuts and peanut butter are packed with protein and fiber, so they help you feel full longer and can help you lose weight.share
The "Younger Next Year" books, by Dr. Henry Lodge and Chris Crowley, recommend regular exercise as the key to longer, healthier life.share
These tips will help you set realistic resolutions and stick to them. Small steps are key to healthy lifestyle changes.share
Practicing gratitude makes you more content with the things you have and can do, instead of disappointed with what you don't have.
If you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try these foods to help you sleep better. share
Practicing breathing techniques to expand prana, or life force, is an important part of yoga.
Gift giving can be tricky, even stressful. Help those close to you by dropping some hints about the gifts you really want.share
The NY NOW Show provided great holiday gift ideas for baby boomers, from jewelry and totes to cat treats and snow globes.
Some memory loss may be inevitable, but these 10 tips can help you keep your memory sharp and possibly delay dementia. share