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Self-compassion key to positive body image and coping

Be good to yourself, because it seems that self-compassion might be key to positive body image.

How fitness plateaus can be a good thing

People who have just started a program might see big changes right away – such as losing weight – and then come the fitness plateaus.

Warm thanks: Gratitude can win you new friends

You’ve always been reminded to say thank you – and now some evidence is in on why offering a warm thanks matters, and can even help you.

Autumn overkill: 31 examples of the pumpkin spice craze

Pumpkin spice has been featured in a ridiculous number of products recently. Here’s a look at some brands that are part of the pumpkin spice craze.

How to make your own pumpkin spice mix

Find out how easy it is to make your own pumpkin spice mix to use in your own seasonal treats!

8 Thanksgiving time-savers every hostess should know

If you’re planning to host Thanksgiving at your home, let these eight Thanksgiving time-savers help enjoy the holiday with less stress.

Brain wiring differences in kids with autism & sensory processing disorders

How do autism & sensory processing disorders differ? Researchers studying the brain are finding answers.

New knee surgery anesthesia for kids reduces pain, speeds recovery

New pediatric knee surgery anesthesia shows that it leads to less opiate use and allows some patients to go home within hours of surgery.

Deep-frying turkey? Don’t get burned by lack of knowledge

Thanksgiving is a dangerous day of the year for cooking injuries – so do you know what to do if your deep fried turkey burns you with boiling oil?

A decadent chocolate pecan pie

This chocolate pecan pie has the spicy crunch of a traditional pecan pie that’s nestled on top of a layer of divinely rich chocolate.

Pump it up: Weightlifting can delay middle-age spread

Women who lift weights twice a week can prevent –or at least slow down – middle-age spread and weight gain, a study suggests.

Self-compassion key to positive body image and coping

Be good to yourself, because it seems that self-compassion might be key to positive body image.

Go beyond basic wrapping paper: Different gift wraps

When it comes to gift wrapping, there is no end to the possibilities. Look around your house and see what you have on hand. You might just amaze...

27 inexpensive gifts to help show your appreciation

What do you get someone if you want to show you appreciate them, but if you don’t have a lot to spend? Here are some great ideas for inexpensive gifts.

You might overestimate how much you’ll use holiday gifts

Before you add that fancy gadget to your holiday wish list, know you’re probably not going to use those holiday gifts as much as you think you will.

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Autumn overkill: 31 examples of the pumpkin spice craze

Pumpkin spice has been featured in a ridiculous number of products recently. Here’s a look at some brands that are part of the pumpkin spice craze.

How to make your own pumpkin spice mix

Find out how easy it is to make your own pumpkin spice mix to use in your own seasonal treats!

8 Thanksgiving time-savers every hostess should know

If you’re planning to host Thanksgiving at your home, let these eight Thanksgiving time-savers help enjoy the holiday with less stress.

Cider, punch, tea & spiced wine: Spiced beverages for autumn

The coming of autumn is time to make these wonderful warm spiced beverages using herbs and spices from your kitchen.

A decadent chocolate pecan pie

This chocolate pecan pie has the spicy crunch of a traditional pecan pie that’s nestled on top of a layer of divinely rich chocolate.

Pump it up: Weightlifting can delay middle-age spread

Women who lift weights twice a week can prevent –or at least slow down – middle-age spread and weight gain, a study suggests.

Self-compassion key to positive body image and coping

Be good to yourself, because it seems that self-compassion might be key to positive body image.

Brain wiring differences in kids with autism & sensory processing disorders

How do autism & sensory processing disorders differ? Researchers studying the brain are finding answers.

How fitness plateaus can be a good thing

People who have just started a program might see big changes right away – such as losing weight – and then come the fitness plateaus.

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Autumn overkill: 31 examples of the pumpkin spice craze

Pumpkin spice has been featured in a ridiculous number of products recently. Here’s a look at some brands that are part of the pumpkin spice craze.

How to make your own pumpkin spice mix

Find out how easy it is to make your own pumpkin spice mix to use in your own seasonal treats!

8 Thanksgiving time-savers every hostess should know

If you’re planning to host Thanksgiving at your home, let these eight Thanksgiving time-savers help enjoy the holiday with less stress.

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