Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and if you’re feeling a bit behind in your preparations, you’re not alone. I recently had to do a quick Google search to double-check the date for this year’s Thanksgiving, and it’s safe to say that many of us are in the same boat. As the TSA anticipates record numbers of travelers at airports, it’s clear that this year’s Thanksgiving will be a big one for many Americans. But amid the holiday hustle and bustle, there’s some good news for those planning to host a traditional turkey feast at home – the cost of the holiday centerpiece, the turkey, has seen a significant drop in prices this year, making home-cooked celebrations more budget-friendly.
The following article is sponsored by Joico. As we start 2015, many of us made resolutions about how to live healthier, happier and more productive lives. I think most of us can agree that having extra time (or not wasting time) would be helpful in reaching those goals. A huge time suck is waiting… waiting…
For many women, pregnancy is filled with small — or big — aches and pains. As your baby grows inside, he begins to put more pressure on your pelvic region, which can cause pain. Performing pelvic exercises during pregnancy can strengthen and stretch the area, making you more comfortable and possibly easing delivery.
Swollen feet and ankles is a condition called peripheral edema, or swelling of the extremities. The swelling is caused by excess fluid in body tissues, and you should contact your physician to check if there is an underlying medical condition that requires treatment, especially if the swelling persists. The swelling of feet and ankles is a common problem, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, especially for older people. Pregnancy can also be a factor in peripheral edema. Due to the effects of gravity, swelling can be particularly noticeable in lower parts of the body.
The Original Acai Diet features a supplement with ingredients such as the acai berry from the Amazon rain forest. Product manufacturers claim that these products help you to lose weight with their antioxidant properties. Unfortunately, it seems that the claims are exaggerated and that the manufacturers are more interested in making your wallet slimmer than your waistline.