Thursday, January 27, 2022
It does not matter whether you are a chef or starting out, your kitchen requires a perfect set of knives. There is a need to choose to have the best blades, particularly if you like cooking fresh foods. When you use well-balanced, comfortable, and sharp knives, cooking becomes a lot easier. There are different kitchen knife edge types. Before...
“Mom, MOM! You’ve got to see this,” my 14-year-old son exclaimed with urgency, on the way home from hockey practice. He held his phone up to my face as I sat at a red light, playing a video of a kid tossing bathroom soap dispensers into a toilet. That was the first time I’d heard about the “Devious Licks” challenge,...
Newswise — D-CLIP, a lifestyle education program to prevent diabetes in South Asians with prediabetes, increased moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity (MVPA) by up to nearly an hour a week, researchers at the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging have found. The results of their study were published online Feb. 28 in the medical journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice and will be featured in...
In the simplest terms, a healthy lifestyle is a way of living that reduces your risk of becoming seriously ill or reduces your life expectancy. Although we cannot prevent all diseases, many serious illnesses can be prevented by adopting certain types of behavior and avoiding others. Non-communicable diseases are the leading cause of mortality worldwide, yet they are conclusively linked...
Have you ever had one of those days — that turned into weeks — when you had approximately 645 things to do and not a single minute for leisure time? Like many of us, Cassie Mogilner Holmes sometimes feels as if she lives in that state. She also — and this will probably sound familiar — has entertained the idea...
People have lots of questions about saving for retirement. “Am I saving enough?” is a really common one. As my colleague Amy Arnott explored in “Do You Really Need to Save That Much for Retirement?” the hardest part for many people may simply be scraping together enough of their paycheck to make regular contributions. Many planners recommend investing 15%...