You may be one of the growing number of Americans (or global citizens) who has a bit of nomophobia.
Sunscreens are designed to remain at original strength for up to three years. This means that you can use leftover sunscreen from one year to the next. Some sunscreens include an expiration date — a date indicating when they're no longer effective. Discard sunscreen that is past its expiration date. If...Read More
Our body's fat-storing mechanisms - called adipose tissues - are very good at the job of taking our excess calories and storing them in the form of high-energy molecules called lipids....Read More
Women who are in the early stages of pregnancy, and who are not ready to share the happy news, know that turning down an alcoholic drink at a social occasion can be a dead giveaway. Telling friends and colleagues they are on antibiotics is the perfect excuse because they are...Read More