5 Trends to Fall for Style & Beauty
Style & Beauty

5 Trends to Fall for

Style & Beauty

Ready to suit up for autumn? This season boasts some of the hottest fashions. Check out what's new and trendy.

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Cool Workouts for Fall Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

Cool Workouts for Fall

Diet & Fitness

Autumn is a great time to get out and enjoy the cool weather after a hot, stifling summer. Take your…

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Balancing Fall Family Activities Moms
Moms

Balancing Fall Family Activities

Moms

It's the perfect time for kids to get involved in sports. But it's important to know your kids' limits when…

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Quick Breakfast for Dinner! Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Quick Breakfast for Dinner!

Food & Recipes

Brinner, anyone? It's tough to put a meal on the table quickly on busy fall evenings, but this casserole is…

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Fall in Love! Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

Fall in Love!

Love & Relationships

What's keeping you from finding your true love? Learn the habits to employ to find Mr. or Mrs. Right.

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Need a Nest Egg? Horoscopes
Horoscopes

Need a Nest Egg?

Horoscopes

Whether you're saving up for the holidays or just need some extra cash, feng shui may be able to help.…

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Very Superstitious? Quiz Central
Quiz Central

Very Superstitious?

Quiz Central

Black cats…Cracks in the sidewalk…Friday the 13th...They're the ominous symbols of bad luck. Or are they? Find out if you're…

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Cheers to Beer!

Take Grandpa to happy hour - in moderation, beer has been proven to promote blood vessel dilation, sleep and urination in older people. Strokes are the third-leading cause of death in the United States, and that blood vessel dilation is key in preventing them. A Harvard study proved that beer seems to preserve the mental abilities of older women as well. One to three drinks per week seems to be the best rule of thumb in reaping the health benefits of beer - and not all in one sitting. Any more, and you risk building up that dreaded beer belly.