Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775
By:
Alyssa Galella, JE Feature
For its manufacturers, the impression that dark chocolate is nutritious has become sweet news indeed. And the response has been that Americans have certainly begun to consume more of it -- with bittersweet results. In 1995, 20 percent of Americans preferred dark chocolate, as compared to 80 percent for milk chocolate. But by 2005, tastes had changed, with 37 percent...
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Travels with Charley -- or Jake -- call for some special trip tips
Bubba/zayde alert! There are more than 70 million grandparents in the United States, and many have a passion for travel, providing an incredible opportunity to share this love with the kinder . Traveling with grandkids offers a unique bonding activity that can't be experienced during a family get-together or a short visit. Travel-and-lifestyle expert Nan Zimmerman has partnered with BoomerTowne.com...
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Good enough to eat, these masks uncover the delicious you
Get your skin glowing this summer with a fruit, yogurt and honey skin-care application created by Christopher Watt, a Hollywood aesthetician to celebrities such as Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez, as a whimsical way to introduce honey as a soothing applicant. Because honey has enzymes, vitamins and other minerals that are beneficial to the skin, Watt recommends using it as...
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A Mediterranean diet halves the chances of developing progressive inflammatory lung disease, reveals a large study, published by Thorax . Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is an umbrella term for chronic progressive lung disease, such as emphysema and bronchitis. It is expected to become the third leading cause of death worldwide by 2020, with cigarette smoking the primary factor in its...
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As summer heats up, a natural chemical may change the way you feel about life
Imagine if a naturally occurring chemical in your body could help make you feel more calm and relaxed, but it would only work during the long days of summer. The same chemical would, instead, make you aggressive and nasty when you were exposed to less daylight during the winter. That's exactly what occurs for a specific species of mouse, according...
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