Tag Archives: Men’s Health

Outlook good as formerly conjoined twins leave hospital

Abel Camacho holds his daughters Bellanie, left, and Ballanie, at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, N.Y., Friday, March 24, 2017. The sisters, who were joined at the base of the spine when they were born Feb. 4, 2016, were being released from the hospital after a successful 21-hour surgery in Jan. 2017 to separate them. (Seth Harrison/The Journal News ...

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Is your child depressed?

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), known colloquially as seasonal depression and winter blues, has become more widely discussed in recent years. Despite this increase in awareness, the discussion about SAD, its symptoms, and how to deal with it primarily focuses on adults. Children and adolescents can also be affected by SAD, and while the presenting symptoms can be different, dealing with ...

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Pruning tips for spring roses

 (Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design/Houzz) After the threat of frost has passed, hit the garden armed in your toughest clothes and sharpened pruners for the annual task of cutting back the roses. While gardeners may share different insights on the art of rose pruning, one thing is certain: While roses’ winter dormancy persists, it’s time to prune, ensuring ...

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Science behind your stress

We all experience stress. Even the most seemingly Zen-like person, with not a worry in the world, has experienced stress. I can assure you that stress is an innate emotion, which everyone experiences from time to time. While there are many definitions of stress, I like to think of it as something that disturbs homeostasis. Stress is not something that ...

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When to replace home siding

 (Vinyl Siding Institute/Houzz)  (Vinyl Siding Institute/Houzz)  (Opal Enterprises Inc/Houzz) We’re always taught it’s what inside that matters. But when it comes to your house, that doesn’t always hold true. The exterior of your home is arguably just as important as the interior when it comes to looks. After all, it’s the first thing you see when you arrive home, and ...

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6 ways to cozy up this winter

By Melisa LaBancz-Bleasdale Published January 10, 2017  (My Sweet Savannah/Houzz)  (Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design/Houzz)  (Castro Design Studio/Houzz) It’s the time of year when the crisp evening air gives way to frosted morning windowpanes. It’s a season of get-togethers, hopefulness, wonder and warmth. At least it should be. If you’re not feeling the whole warm winter mood, perhaps you ...

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Best milk substitutes

Whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, or just looking to switch up your milk routine, nondairy milk alternatives can offer healthy nutrition profiles and different flavors to keep things interesting. What is Nondairy Milk, Anyway? Nondairy milks can be made from things like beans, nuts, and seeds through a process of grinding and squashing to extract the liquid from these nutritious sources. ...

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Is J. Lo really a homebody?

Each week FOXNews.com picks its Top 3 over-the-top luxury listings from Mansion Global. This week we have three unbelievable celebrity properties from Jennifer Lopez, Mariska Hargitay and Johnny Depp. A gorgeous California mansion reportedly belonging to superstar singer and actress Jennifer Lopez is hitting the market for $12.5 million. Just like everything in J. Lo’s life, this palatial home is ...

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