Meet the latest generation of plant-based meat substitutes. They’re getting good reviews from the few who’ve tried them, but to taste so good no doubt raises a question among both the carnivorous and vegan: What’s the mystery behind these mystery meats?
Pet owners should never let their guard down when it comes to preventing fleas, ticks and heartworms, said one veterinarian.
Your special pal’s shoe and coat collections aren’t as extensive as yours. Here’s what one veterinarian says you should keep in mind as the temperature drops and the snow falls.
Kate Spade’s death this week serves as a reminder of the hidden pain that so many people carry, pain that can draw them into unthinkable acts. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Credit cards, online banking and mobile payment services can all lead to kids having a casual relationship with money. Here’s how parents can approach an important topic.
It’s not the most pleasant of questions, but it’s an important one: “How do I prepare my pet(s) for a disaster that strikes close to home?” Dr. Katy Nelson has suggestions on where to start.
Memory, sadly, peaks at age 20, The good news is there are things you can do to preserve memory, says Sally Squires, who writes the Lean Plate Club™ blog. It begins with an exercise routine.
With a growing number of people sharing DNA testing-kit information, it raises some very 2018 concerns — of privacy, of the ethical use of data and the like. And one expert said safeguards are needed.
How does one make bitter vegetables more appealing? One way is to take a cue from Mary Poppins and add sugar, said Lean Plate Club™ blogger Sally Squires.
Your pets can’t live forever, so why not clone them like Barbra Streisand did? One veterinarian has several reasons why you shouldn’t.
While there are probably many topics you have learned to avoid at the holiday dinner table, there is one subject that you should discuss — your family health history.
Do the one-hour time changes in the fall and spring cause sleep issues for you? Turns out, your problems may not end there.
You can be mindful of what you’re thinking, what you’re doing and how you’re moving. Mindfulness can take on many forms including meditation, yoga and Tai Chi, for example.
Fall is harvest season and many students are once again connected with area farms that are responsible for producing of some of the food they’re eating.
Burning calories during a great workout at the gym? It doesn’t take much food to add up those calories later. Sally Squires explains and has tips to avoid the post-workout splurge.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.