(NewsUSA) - With the holidays just around the corner, you might be worrying about how to get through all the parties and cookie exchanges without derailing your healthy lifestyle. It can be a struggle to avoid temptation, particularly when you're busy, stressed, sleep-deprived, or all three.…
Whether it’s throwing together DIY ghost costumes, speeding to the store for some last minute trick-or-treat candy, or cleaning up your front lawn after a third TP attack, Halloween is a busy time of year. It’s a season for carving pumpkins — not carving out time to make dinner — which is wh…
(NewsUSA) - Wintertime. Love it or hate it, it arrives every year. Some of us dread the cold, some of us revel in it. While a lot of us head toward the equator, many of us 'hibernate' by hunkering down at home, protected from the elements. We stay warm in winter by layering clothing, wearing…
(NewsUSA) - The holiday season is fast approaching. In anticipation of entertaining and gift-giving, now is the time of year we really start to think about wine. Sure, there will be tons of flashy packaging and labels to help find "the best", but have you ever stopped to think about what's a…
(NewsUSA) - Can't get enough Christmas movies? If you are already hauling out the holly, you don't have long to wait before UPtv, television's family-friendly source of holiday entertainment, launches its biggest Christmas season yet. The uplifting, cheerful, and fun slate of programs includ…
(BPT) - From homemade cookies to classic turkey dinners, the holiday season is a time to savor your favorite recipes with the ones you love. But, preparing these treasured dishes often leads to piles of dishware to be cleaned long after stories have been shared and guests have departed. And …
(BPT) - Friendsgiving is a fun and casual event, celebrating both friendship and Thanksgiving-themed food and activities. This holiday has quickly grown in awareness and participation, especially among young adults. Friendsgiving menus are closely aligned with traditional Thanksgiving fare —…
(NewsUSA) - Like many mammals, deer physically prepare for winter by better insulating their bodies. In the fall, deer gradually trade their summer coats for a warmer winter one, which is more substantial and has thicker, longer, darker hair called "guard hairs" to protect their fur and skin…
(BPT) - There are plenty of things to love about fall. The crisp cool air is so invigorating, and it’s always exciting when a new school year begins — and a new football season heats up. Making the season more exciting are the fun holidays and treats that you and your family can look forward to.
(BPT) - Everyone in the family loves to celebrate Halloween, so why not make the most of it? There’s plenty you can do together to extend the Halloween magic for a month or more, from crafts and decorating to games and sharing sweet treats.
(NewsUSA) - Skin cancer remains a deadly disease in the United States. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest that approximately 5.5 million skin cancer diagnoses and 15,000 deaths will occur this year, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation.
(NewsUSA) - Shorter days and cooler temperatures mean gardeners everywhere can flex their green thumb that much longer to squeeze every last moment out of the growing season.
(StatePoint) June to November is known in many parts of the country as hurricane season. As a growing area of the U.S. becomes susceptible to the effects of tropical storms, tornadoes and hurricanes, it’s important to have a plan for your home and family.
(StatePoint) It’s time to enjoy all your favorite winter sports. Whether you are traveling afar to hit the slopes or enjoying a close-to-home day of sledding and snow ball fights, it’s important to keep in mind that outdoor adventure in cooler weather requires preparation.
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