It's graduation season and all across the country high school and college students are preparing to make a huge transition; some will begin a new academic career, others will head out into the job market. It’s a time of optimism and hope for recent graduates as they envision the next chapter in their lives — or it should be. But expectations
It's no secret that American cuisine isn't exactly an exercise in health food. Oh, we like our vegetables (preferably deep fried and in chip form), but most American meals are caloric heavyweights. After all, this is a country that deep-fries its soda, and loves butter. And when we say America loves butter, we mean "LLLLLLLOOOOOOVVVVEESSS
There was a time when being rich was something to brag about. The idea was that if you worked hard and saved wisely, eventually you’d be successful and live out the American dream — who wouldn’t brag about that? But times have changed. As the country struggled through recession, wealth stopped being something you told people about. The 1% may
If you’re feeling guilty about the glass of wine you like to enjoy every night with your dinner: Don’t. A scientific study says it’s A-Okay to indulge in some booze on a daily basis and may in fact be key to keeping you in good mental health.
The BMC Medicine study found that folks over 55 who drink a little bit of alcohol every day (about
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