From turkeys to side dishes, food is in the spotlight during Thanksgiving. But, there are a lot of food safety concerns to keep in mind before you enter the kitchen. People need to be especially careful when it comes to dealing with raw turkey meat. It is easy for those germs to get everywhere.
“I was holding on by a fingernail.” “I was feeling really hopeless.” “I didn’t know how to get out of this rut.” These may sound like the expressions of a new mom experiencing postpartum depression, but they’re actually the words of Israel Smith, a father of two who sunk into a deep depression.
Here’s a little secret about breastfeeding: Regardless of what you eat, your baby will get all of the nutrients he needs to grow. But that doesn’t mean you should just chow down on chips— make the extra 300 to 500 extra daily calories you need healthy ones.
A big piece of the confusion pie when it comes to sleep training is the question of what happens with the night feedings? Do we keep them? Do we feed on some wakings and not others? Do we wait a certain amount of time before responding to them for the feed? Do we cut them all out?
We teach them to look both ways before they cross the street, not to stick metal things in the electrical outlet and not to give personal information to strangers. As a parent encountering body image issues, “Don’t go down the alley!” becomes “That scale doesn’t define you!”
I am constantly stressing the importance of a healthy positive attitude with my clients who are sleep training. I’m sure at this point I sound like a broken record to many of them. But the fact remains that when it comes to not only sleep training but also any interaction you have with your child...
Guilty of overeating during the holidays? Here are 10 tips for losing your'e post Thanksgiving pounds. Like drink more water people often mistake thirst for hunger, so next time you feel like noshing, reach for water first. Drinking also helps you feel full.
Before you dive head first into the gravy bowl, make time this Thanksgiving to go around the dinner table and talk about what you’re thankful for. Then, keep it up—practicing gratitude on a regular basis has some amazing benefits to your physical and mental health.
Are you as worry-prone as Woody Allen, or as chill as Seth Rogen? Your answer might give you a glimpse into your future. Certain personality traits make you more likely to develop serious diseases down the line, reports a study released this week in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.
As a general rule, when you tell your husband you're not going to put something on YouTube, you probably shouldn't do it. Well, unless the content of the video is just that good. This woman presented her husband, Dale, with a sign that said "Game over" and a tiny pair of shoes.
Binge drinking - defined as men consuming five or more drinks and women drinking four or more drinks in 2 hours - is a serious problem in the US. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 90% of alcohol consumed among under-21s is in the form of binge drinking.
Come what may—cold, flu, norovirus—certain travelers manage to jet-set all over the world, attend the most crowded events, and rarely get sick. If you’re not one of the lucky few, there are still some ways to mitigate the negative health effects of frequent travel.