Monthly Archives: January 2014

Flip-flops and snow don’t mix: Winter foot-health advice

Flip-flops and snow don’t mix: Winter foot-health advice (BPT) – The holidays are over, but most regions of the country face a few more months of winter. Whether you’re slogging through deep snow and sub-zero temperatures in the north, or contending with dampness, chill and muddy conditions in the south, it’s important to take care…

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Fusion teas to super seaweed: top food trends to watch in 2014

Fusion teas to super seaweed: top food trends to watch in 2014 (BPT) – Culinary creativity doesn’t require you to be a highly trained chef, and you don’t have to be a dedicated “foodie” to spice things up in the kitchen. It’s more about finding ways to deconstruct the traditional rules of cooking and repurposing…

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Small changes can help you live a healthier lifestyle

Small changes can help you live a healthier lifestyle Alison Sweeney offers healthy tips for 2014 (BPT) – A new year often brings with it the desire to make improvements in your life, and kick old habits to the curb in the pursuit of healthiness. But for most Americans, resolutions fail within the first few…

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