This is not cold-and-flu season—unless you have a ‘summer cold.’
Yoga is no longer just yoga. Yes, all yoga is based on physical postures, known as ‘poses’ or ‘asanas,’ but a variety of yoga styles now offer everything from pure relaxation to a sweat-drenched workout.
There is a dizzying array of hair-care products in drugstores, beauty warehouses and salons, with all making significant claims about the wondrous results you can expect. And it’s difficult to parse the hype from the fact.
You know what toy she loves, or which ear he prefers to be scratched—but how can you know what food your four-legged friend's digestive system would prefer? We asked local animal experts to weigh in on all-natural pet food.
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The next time this columnist sweetens her tea with a little honey, she will have a brand new perspective on what is on her teaspoon. Honey is honey, right? Not so, according to Jim Robins of Robins Apiaries in St. Charles.
It’s spring, and the sneezing has begun. But you don’t have to suffer: A number of home remedies and complementary therapies can help relieve mild seasonal allergy symptoms.