Cooler weather often brings busier schedules – balancing family activities, daily chores and holiday festivities – but it is also a time when you want to look your best.
Children are the ultimate investment, so teach your teen to be a smart spender with these savvy tips.
Eating well and regular exercise are part of a healthy lifestyle, and so is making sure you have the right health care coverage.
Managing blood pressure can be difficult, especially during the holidays and winter months.
There could be more than just presents hiding beneath your Christmas tree this year. After all, “’tis the season for wintertime pest infestations.”
The colder months are approaching, and it’s not uncommon to lessen focus on diet and exercise, and the same goes for furry friends during the cooler seasons.
Each year, families spend a lot of time in the kitchen together during the holidays.
Adults and kids take in about 400 calories per day as beverages, according to the USDA’s Choose My Plate program.
Contrary to what some may think, the hurricanes in September had little to no or little impact on the vast majority of the Caribbean – a far-reaching region covering more than 1 million square miles.
The same temperature you can begin to see your breath – 45° F – is also when the all-season tires on your car can start to lose traction and grip.