1,800 years ago, the Roman Empire was ruled by a man named Marcus Aurelius – scholars call him one of the five good Roman emperors. While
After the overindulgence of the holidays, lots of people decide that January is the perfect time to lay off the sauce.
And depending on how much alcohol your body is used to filtering, abstaining can be trickier for some than for others.
So it’s important to understand, if you choose to avoid alcohol, what goes on in your body when you first stop drinking.
When the weather outside is frightful… we tend to reach for hot tea, mulled cider, even warm whiskeys to thaw our chilled bones. Sometimes we
The USDA changes its ruling on how many fruits and vegetables to eat daily about every five years.
You’ve got to be paying attention, or the last thing you’ll remember about the correct daily portions about fruits and vegetables will have come from your 11th grade Health teacher.
In the ‘60s and ‘70s, kids were told to eat 4 servings daily of fruits and vegetables.
Whole wheat has gotten the short end of the grain for the last decade or so in diet culture. Paleo, Keto, Atkins – they all recommend
Much like manicured and homogenized lawns and yards, golf courses are something of an oddity when considered within the context of the natural world. Since