Seasonal stressors include allergies (to all sorts of things, including pollen), things that make us itch (bug bites and poison ivy), and too much of a good thing (sunburn).
Tis the season to celebrate all things light, from reading to clothing to the rays pouring down from the sky.
Yet it pays to be cautious about sun exposure. One in five Americans will contract melanoma, the deadly skin cancer, according to the Melanoma Research Foundation.
Except for water, tea is the most popular beverage in the world. Three main categories—green, black, and oolong—comprise 3,000 varieties of tea, all from one marvelous plant, Camellia sinensis.
By: Annie Graves
Our eyes adore antioxidants, and vitamin A is the top free radical-fighting antioxidants when it comes to eye care.
DairyFree, GlutenFree, NutFree, Vegan
From the Taste for Life test kitchen
1. Rotate your inventory
Fresh or frozen, all foods are best used as soon as possible. Be sure to use oldest items first to keep your inventory fresh.
I’m typing this with greasy fingers from the oil I’ve slathered onto my cracked heels. The fissures are an ugly sign left over from winter and intermittent care on my part.
Summer’s warmth leads to more outdoor activities and the potential for bumps, bruises, and burns.
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Wednesday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Thursday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.