Category: Travel Written by Terri Fogarty
My husband, Bill, and I had never hired a private tour guide before our recent trip to Italy. In the past, we read our guidebooks, consulted the internet, and reviewed EuropeUpClose.com to see what our writers had to say. We then did our own thing. We have also
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 15:58
Category: Fashion Written by Samantha Yu
More often than not, the word "sidewalk" is typically followed by the likes of "café," "skimmer," or even "construction." But with its upcoming collection, Free People is adding another word to the mix.
Sidewalk Safari finds inspiration from the four corners of the globe. Bold
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 15:40
Category: Fashion Written by Lauren Caruso
Don’t get us wrong: We love a good arm party. But sometimes, the best complement to a breezy summer dress isn’t a wrist full of noisy bracelets, but rather, just some subtle finger candy.
From delicate stackable bands to rock-adorned baubles, we’ve found 11 so-pretty rings
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 15:29
Category: Health Written by Erika Stalder
Those old directions for How To Make A Nuclear Family — grow up, find a man, get married, and have a baby — seem so dated, so simplistic, it’s almost laughable. Modern women are staying in school longer, going after more advanced degrees, and are delaying childbirth. Birth
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 14:54
Category: Health Written by Aaliya Imtiaz
There are many good reasons for parents to use pacifiers for their babies. By the use of pacifiers, breastfeeding rates are decreased to a great extent and supplemental feeding rates are increased. Babies are always sensitive that need extra care and attention but in this busy life, it is impossible
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 14:40
Category: Fashion Written by Aaliya Imtiaz
The most prevalent disease in our country after coronary heart disease is diabetes mellitus. It affects more than 70% of Asian population. The etiology is either genetic or related to obesity. This crippling disease not only impairs the metabolic system but also has affects on various other systems.
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 14:26
Category: Fashion Written by Connie Wang
Unless you're blessed with a perfectly symmetrical, appropriately proportional dome, hats generally make people nervous. For non-regular hat wearers, a slightly ill-fitting fedora or sun hat can make you self-conscious in the most uncomfortable of ways.
However, when hats look good, they
Last Updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 17:08