Easing Digestive Woes
Eating for nourishment and energy is one of the most basic things we humans do.
8 Ways to Use Honey for Healthy Hair and Skin
Honey is one of those amazing things that nature and bees provide. The golden sweet-smelling stuff doesn't just taste great, it also contains a wealth of health-promoting properties. Its minerals, vitamins and antioxidants make honey a wonderful topical treatment for healthy skin and hair.
Are We Overdoing Salt Restrictions?
It's long been known that eating too much salt will raise your blood pressure, but a comprehensive global study now says that too little salt in your diet also can harm your heart health.
What's the Best Way to Brush Your Teeth?
If you're unsure about the best way to brush your teeth, you're unlikely to get much help from experts.If you're unsure about the best way to brush your teeth, you're unlikely to get much help from experts. Dental associations and toothpaste and toothbrush companies don't agree on the most effective method to brush teeth, and their advice is "unacceptably inconsistent," a new study says.
Meet Cookbook Author Deborah Madison
Has any single cookbook author done more for vegetarian food than Deborah Madison? She brought us the acclaimed Greens Restaurant in San Francisco that put gourmet vegetarian on the map, and then brought it into our kitchens with her book of the same title. Since, she's followed up with one award-winning cookbook after another.
Expert Offers Safe Splinter Removal Tips
The carefree barefoot days of summer can increase your risk of getting a splinter -- pieces of wood or other foreign bodies that are partially or fully stuck in the skin.
Coffee May Keep Your Ears From Ringing
Being a coffee lover may be good for your ears, a new study suggests. Researchers found that women who consumed higher amounts of caffeine were less likely to have tinnitus, which is a steady ringing or buzzing in the ear.
Healing Foods: Kiwi
Similar to other vitamin C-rich foods, kiwis are beneficial for respiratory tract health.
Hot Cars Can Quickly Prove Deadly for Kids
Before you decide it's safe to make a quick dash into the pharmacy while your toddler is asleep in a car seat during the hot months of summer, consider this: More than 600 children in the United States have died of vehicle-related heat stroke since 1998.
Expert Offers School Bus Safety Tips
Almost 140 people die every year in accidents related to school transportation in the United States. But there are several simple ways to prevent school bus-related catastrophes, Dawne Gardner, injury prevention coordinator at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center's Comprehensive Children's Injury Center, said in a medical center news release.