Unsure what to cook for dinner tonight? Why not look to the stars — and Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten — for answers? With so many incredible Garten dinner recipes from which to choose, we’re helping pare down that list by telling you exactly which Garten dish you should make based on your zodiac sign.
After discussing actor Joaquin Phoenix’s appearance on her talk show earlier this month, Wendy Williams received near universal condemnation for mocking those affected with cleft lip—a common birth defect in which the upper lip does not form completely while still an embryo. To her credit, Williams was quick to apologize. Note that it is also
Slimming clubs should tell members they could die of CANCER to get them to lose more than just half a pound each week, expert claims Steve Miller, a weight loss expert, said clubs need to be harsher on members Other industry experts said problems lie with restrictive eating rules Psychologists said diet clubs should be
Love spicy food? (Yes!) Want a healthier gut? (Uh, sure? Why not!) Well, if you’ve given the jars of kimchi popping up at the grocery store the side-eye, know this: The traditional Korean dish offers numerous health benefits, for your stomach and beyond. Not sure what kimchi actually is? Made by fermenting cabbage, kimchi is
Walking: it’s free, it doesn't require fancy footwear and we were born to do it. A stroll benefits our body and brain in an abundance of ways, which is no doubt why Hippocrates called it “man’s best medicine”, but: why exactly is walking so good for us? Walking: We can do it anytime, anywhere.Credit:Getty 1.
Is there anything your smartphone can’t do? Your digital BFF can help you lose weight, stream your favorite Netflix shows, and capture that perfect snap for Instagram. Now, some clever women have recently uncovered an entirely different use for your phone: a vibrator. App stores are loaded with tools that turn your phone itself into a
Dear Mayo Clinic: I am 72 and take a drug for rheumatoid arthritis that suppresses my immune system. I’m scheduled to receive a vaccine later this year. Is it safe for me to receive this vaccine? A: Appropriate and timely vaccines are important for anyone with a suppressed immune system. That’s because a suppressed immune
Men should be included in clinical trials of new breast cancer treatments, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says. “Less than 1 percent of all breast cancer cases occur in men, but men are more likely to be diagnosed at an older age and have a more advanced stage of disease. As breast cancer in
‘Cancer isn’t waiting for you to turn 25’: Patient, 25, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer just WEEKS before she was due to have her first ever smear test is calling for screening age to be lowered Amy Anderson had experienced lower back pain and was passing blood clots She claims she was reassured it
When was the last time you washed your tea towels? If you’re anything like us, you’re probably struggling to remember. Maybe last week? Or whenever that time was when you spotted some caked on pasta sauce? We all know that we should be washing our bath towels, makeup brushes, bras, and bedsheets more often than
When you purchase raw chicken, what’s the first thing you do before throwing it on the grill, frying it on the stovetop or baking it in the oven? Rinse it with water, right? Wrong. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued yet another reminder that washing raw chicken will do more harm than good.
Ask a parent — any parent — how they manage technology and kids’ screen time in their household, and you’ll hear a range of philosophies. And that’s because there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. “It’s easy to focus on the risks and limitations,” Polly Palumbo, psychologist and founder of MommaData, tells SheKnows. In that regard, she says
Diet trends come and go, but fiber is forever. Unlike paleo and raw food meal plans, high-fiber diets don’t stir up much debate among health experts, and new research published in The Lancet confirms why. According to the review, which was commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO) and assessed findings from nearly 250 prospective
I have fair skin, a tendency to burn, light eyes and hair along with a family history of melanoma. That puts me in the “high risk” group for skin cancer. But, I am one of the one in three Australians who has never had a skin check. Check your skin or get it checked this
The popular hot drink is sweet, tastes smells deliciously of spices and makes faster drunk than many people think. How quickly the mulled wine formula. With their help, you can roll over, whether or not it is roadworthy. How quickly mulled wine, the mulled wine formula. With it, you can on the basis of the
Access to quality early childcare is without a doubt essential. Unfortunately, parents are facing a fairly significant care gap. According to a survey released by NPR along with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, for every three families seeking early childcare nationwide, only one spot is available.
“Ongoing nervousness” about the use of e-cigarettes in stop-smoking services can be a “significant” barrier to people finding support, research revealed during “Stoptober” shows. New research by the University of Exeter and University of Melbourne, funded by Cancer Research UK, suggests stop smoking services which are e-cigarette friendly should advertise this more openly, and says
It seems like we only hear about Child Protective Services when terrible things happen. Like the five kids in Lansing, Michigan, who were locked in a “dungeon” without food, water or a chance to use the bathroom for days at a time over a period of at least six years. Naturally, Michigan CPS came under
"I can’t believe she goes out dressed like that." "I wish she’d dress more appropriately." "She’s showing off far too much skin." These are all things I’ve heard parents of teenage girls say. I’m still a few years away from that stage with my own daughter, but I’ve seen firsthand how much tension can be
Jet-air hand dryers in hospital toilets spread more germs than disposable paper towels and should not be used, say researchers. Writing in the Journal of Hospital Infection, they argue that the official guidance about how to prevent bacterial contamination in hospital buildings needs to be strengthened. At the moment, the official Department of Health guidance