|Study shows that food tastes better with light-weight plastic spoons
Researchers at Oxford University set out to determine if the spoon people used to eat yogurt makes a difference in how it tastes.
|5 items to have on hand for summer health issues
It’s the season for bug bites and other summer health issues. Did you know there are five items every home needs to be prepared?
|Making your own ‘green’ household cleaners
If your house could use a good spring cleaning, but you don't like exposing your family to chemicals from harsh cleaners, did you know you can make your own greener cleaners?
|Did you know meditation may improve test scores?
Meditation has long been known to manage stress, depression and even chronic pain, but did you know that it may even improve test scores?
|Did you know olive oil is good for you?
Olive oil is good for you. That’s not a terribly controversial statement. It’s a staple, after all, of the well regarded Mediterranean diet. The big question has always been why. Did you know olive oil makes you feel fuller than other oils and fats, even just smelling it has that effect?
|Spending just 30 minutes outdoors could lift your mood: Did you know
It may be the last thing you feel like doing in the dreary cold weather, but if the disappointing start to spring is making you moody, did you know the best thing to do is head outside?
|Did you know not all parents follow the doctor’s advice?
Do you always follow the advice of your child’s doctor? If the answer is no, you’re not alone.
|New recommendations for dealing with concussions in sports
There are new guidelines on how to deal with head injuries in sports. The British Journal of Sports Medicine suggests new rules for playing it safe.
|Kids who exercise tend to be happier: Did you know
We all know that exercise is good for us. But did you know that physically active children tend to be in happier moods and show fewer symptoms of depression?
|Did you know women are more talkative than men?
Did you know there’s a biological reason why women talk more than men? A new study shows women are actually programmed to speak thousands of more words per day.