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Tuesday, Sep 16th 2014
Anyone who's survived a kitchen remodeling knows it can feel like a war zone. And right now, I'm right in the middle of battle.
Monday, Feb 03rd 2014
Not only do we at HealthyWomen believe in the importance of healthy bodies, we also like to promote healthy relationships—healthy relationships with ourselves, our partners, our friends and our families. And we believe it's important to teach our children about healthy relationships, both through what we say and what we do.
Wednesday, Aug 07th 2013
This is a sponsored article from Bayer® Aspirin
In the movies, a heart attack is depicted as a dramatic moment—the person clutching his or her chest (usually his) and crying out in pain. In reality, women can suffer a heart attack without any chest pain. The experience might feel like extreme fatigue, pain in the back or jaw or light-headedness. With such apparently small symptoms, a life or death moment can be hard to spot.
Wednesday, Jul 10th 2013
You've been waking up in the morning with itchy, watery eyes and a stuffy nose and have been sneezing more than normal.
You know you're not allergic to the down or feathers in your pillows and comforters, so what gives?
It may be the dust mites lurking in your bedding.
Tuesday, May 28th 2013
by Frank Addessi
Over 1.3 million American men and women now serve in the U.S. armed forces. There are many well-known benefit programs offered to these military personnel—one of the most important (and possibly overlooked) of these is exclusive access to low-cost life insurance policies.
Friday, May 24th 2013
by Rashelle Isip
Is your kitchen pantry in need of some TLC?
Here are a few tips to help you freshen up your stock and find what you need in a pinch:
Remove items from shelves, cabinets and drawers. Start by removing items section by section onto a cleared counter or kitchen table. Make sure you thoroughly wipe down and dry surfaces.