• By Maddie Santiago   Year after year, the most popular new year’s resolution is to be healthier or lose weight. Although it’s not always easy, making sure you’re getting enough essential nutrients in your diet is a big part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Adding...

  • By: Erin Laughlin With Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, don’t wait until the last minute to find your significant other a gift! Sure, you could go with the basic chocolate and flowers, but that is so dull and boring. If you are having trouble finding...

  • By Melody Gluth Holiday cookies are a tradition that may go back for centuries. Cookies as we know them in America were originally brought by English, Scottish, and Dutch immigrants. Many of the traditional Christmas cookies we eat today originated from all over Europe as...

  • By Melody Gluth Years ago, I went to a fancy Brazilian steak house with my family. There were all kinds of dishes, but one in particular caught my attention. It was these delicious bites of cheesy bread that I really enjoyed. I didn’t know what...

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    Make Your Own Natural Sunscreen and Avoid Chemicals In Store Bought Sunscreens. Sun protection is extremely important to protect against harmful UV-rays and to prevent skin cancer, next time you pick out your sunscreen, consider what you’re buying. Many common sunscreens contain chemicals that can...

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    Homemade Meals Provide A Special Treat For Pets, Says Host Of Doggy Cooking Network Dinnertime for many dogs involves the owner ripping open a bag, pouring kibbles into a bowl and walking away. Not the stuff of a meaningful relationship. Kris Rotonda likes to take...

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    Did you know that growing feed crops for livestock consumes over 56% of ALL water used in the U.S.? Want to help conserve water to help save our planet? Try going meatless on Mondays! The idea of going meatless one day per week can seem...

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    By Dawn James Looking for something different to quench your palette? Here are some delicious recipes for you to keep healthy and hydrated this summer: Homemade Ice Tea: This one is a classic summer drink. You can use a variety of fresh herbs a lemon...

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    Madison Kneupper If you are like most dog owners, your fur child is a vital part of your family and what better way to repay them for their undivided affection than with their very own home cooked meal. This enlivening new method of preparing you...

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    By Shruthi Bajaj, Ayruvedic Chef at 7 Centers Yoga Arts Enjoy the pumpkin bounty of the fall by creating a simple and soothing stew. This amazing seasonal vegetable is extremely beneficial in calming the Vata dosha, which can be elevated during the fall season, due...