Our romances are rarely eternal or unconditional, and that's OK
When we celebrate patriotism on national holidays like the Fourth of July, we don't expect our country to be perfect. And that's okay — we still love our country. But when we sit opposite each other at a Valentine's Day dinner, we feel profoundly uneasy, even threatened, if, just then, not everything feels right.
Why not pancakes for dinner?
Tuesday was IHOP's National Pancake Day. Time magazine celebrated the event with a list of Hollywood's 10 best breakfast scenes. Why do most Americans eat pancakes only for breakfast?
Study: Quitting smoking by 40 greatly reduces risk of early death
Smokers who quit by around age 40 can stave off an early death, according to a landmark study that fills key gaps in knowledge of smoking-related health ills.
Simple things you can do to live longer
You don’t always have to search for the newest vitamin supplement or switch your daily routine to include a new workout to live longer, because there are many things you can do that require either no change or very little of it, say experts.
Tyson says consumers may be shifting to chicken from beef
Tyson Foods Inc., the largest U.S. meat processor, said Friday that consumers may be shifting toward buying chicken and away from red meat after the price of beef rose at a faster pace.
Preview the 2013 Super Bowl ads
Get a sneak peek at this year's Super Bowl commercials. Have a favorite already?
Keys to driving safely after 65
Every year that we age, we lose abilities that we often take for granted: vision, hearing, dexterity and the list goes on. Research has shown that these age-related declines can significantly affect driving skills.
Ailing groom takes most of his wedding lying down — in a stretcher
As friends and family gathered at Frenchtown’s St. Hippolyte Church for last November’s wedding of Samantha and Matthew Foulk, many thought they were witnessing some sort of practical joke. There was the groom, flat-out on his back on the altar, attending his wedding on a stretcher.
Should you friend your boss on Facebook?
So? Should you and your boss be friends on Facebook? The answer, of course, is not simple.
Slate: Harvard study links youth aggression to soda
A Harvard study has linked soda to aggressive or violent behavior in teens.
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