For Valentine's Day, we dug through the Democracy Now! archives to bring you these 20 stories. 1. Love Has No Color Just two years ago, a group of...
We still hear the question "What did you give up for Lent?", which is wonderful since it means the tradition is still alive. But, is the "giving up" in adulthood meaningful?
On this Valentine weekend, do something heartfelt, something courageous. Stand up for something or someone you believe in, whether it's a big act or a little gesture. Take action on something you've dreamt of doing. Make it real. Exercise your unique heart wisdom.
The perfect from-scratch hot chocolate is just 3 pantry ingredients and 10 minutes away.
The only thing better than dessert is chocolate dessert.
Getting the amount of flavonols that were useful in the study group from chocolate would involve eating so much chocolate that whatever protection you'd gain from these beneficial molecules, you'd lose from the harms associated with sugar and calorie overload.
Another great example of being clear about what you want, then making your own decisions about food. How many of us often feel impelled to eat something just because someone gives it to us? Mindful eaters don't fall into that trap.
Skip the florist run and pick up a three-dollar bottle of rosewater extract instead, and from there your pantry will do the rest!
Every so often, my older son will listen to my husband and I hash out plans for the weekend and say sarcastically, 'Wow, I can't wait to get married.' And every time, I turn to him and say, 'Honey, marriage is love and logistics.'
Use your imagination, be creative and you'll earn a lot of credits!
Love is bourbon + bacon.
My ideal hot chocolate has creaminess from milk, subtle orange notes, and even a slight spiciness.
Of all the croissant hybrids, this one qualifies as awesome.
As a physician and a researcher, I always like to know the source of health advice. Just because something is published in a science journal or reported on the news doesn't mean it's true. You need to look at how a study is designed, as well as decide if it seems to make sense. Here's some health advice that you should think twice about.
Make a batch on the weekend and stash them in the fridge for convenient, energizing, ready-to-go treats all week long.
Six babkas. Eight people. On November 2, while New York City marathoners ran off loads of calories, a group of eight babka-minded foodies gathered...