If not for my mother-in-law’s diagnosis of celiac disease 10 years ago, my kids wouldn’t be as healthy as they are now. At 3 ½, my daughter was losing weight and we were getting concerned. My mother-in-law’s celiac diagnosis meant that all family members had to get tested. My daughter’s numbers were elevated for celiac,
For a while, it looked like 2018 was going to be the year of rosé cider, with new releases from Angry Orchard, Crispin and Strongbow, just to name a few. But spiked rosé seltzer might just become the pink drink of the summer with Smirnoff’s release of Raspberry Rosé Spiked Sparkling Seltzer. The latest addition
It’s about that time of year when the short sleeves come out and you end up craving ice cold beverages on the regular, and thankfully, Starbucks has you covered. Today, the coffee chain unveiled two new additions to the permanent frappuccino lineup — the Triple Mocha Frapp and the ultra caramel. The drinks start with
With less than two months until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, Town & Country spoke with Fiona Cairns, the pastry chef who made the eight-tier fruitcake for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s nuptials in 2011. Here, she shares all the things you didn’t know about what goes into make a royal wedding cake.
Yesterday, Kimberly Kardashian West took a break from defending her husband on Twitter to talk about something else near and dear to her heart: Dunkaroos. In case you forgot about them, they looked like this: Have any of you guys ever been suspended from school and why? You don’t have to say why if you
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Chief Information Security Officer Chris Wlaschin will leave his role on March 31, just 15 months in the position. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Chief Information Officer Janet Vogel will take his place. Reports have circulated regarding the circumstances around his departure, as it comes amid a