Memory lapses are a normal part of the aging process — yet, that doesn’t make them any less frustrating. That’s why many research teams at renowned universities around the country are exploring how new technologies can play a role in slowing or reversing age-related memory loss.
Whether you’ve gotten off track and overindulged for a meal, a day or even a week (say, summer vacation?), the good news is there are easy steps you can take to get back to your routine and begin making progress toward your goals again.
One of my family’s favorite sides is served in a soufflé dish — but it’s far from French. Whether you call it salad (as we do) or a dessert, cookie salad is a little bit country, a little bit indulgent, and a whole lot nostalgic.
The Levi’s CEO Says to Never Wash Your Denim—but Here’s How You Can Really Make Your Favorite Pair of Jeans Last Forever
Spoiler alert: Freezing isn’t going to magically clean them, and a little soap and water definitely doesn’t hurt.
Architect Darrell Russell isn’t a canine owner, but he’s come to love and understand them in ways most never do. When he says he likes to go above and beyond to deliver precisely what a client wants, he’s not kidding—even if it means designing custom ramps for two Lhasa apsos.
They look and sound luxurious (and have a passionate following), but linen sheets have a much different feel—and are a little more high maintenance—than cotton.
From a celebratory collaboration to a new brewery with fine dining flair, Chicago’s beer scene has never been more drinkable.
Get to the source of the stink and you’ll be on your way to enjoying a home that smells as sweet as a summer breeze.
Though such hotels have traditionally focused on pampering dogs, they increasingly view cats as more manageable guests.
The Beach Club at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina hosts five-day sailing camps that train kids ages 8-14 aboard new J/22 sailboats.