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Archive for October, 2010

1 pound ricotta, drained 8 ounces mozzarella cheese, shredded 6 ounces prosciutto, in 2 thick slices, diced 3 tablespoons basil, chopped salt and freshly ground pepper flour for dusting 1 recipe basic calzone dough 1 egg, beaten with… Read more

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By Julianne Deveraux  The days and weeks immediately following the birth of your baby can be an emotional roller-coaster. You can expect to experience elation, wonder, anxiety, and — if you are like most new moms — at least a touch of the blues…. Read more

By Rosa Cordero  When you’re trying to lose weight, you know it’s important to eat healthy meals at regular times — but sometimes things just don’t work out. Early lunches, late parties and midday hunger pangs can wreak havoc on your… Read more

By Lisa Spodak (ResultsNotTypical@worldnow.com)Provided by WorldNow Year without a scale:  Week 8 Maybe I should rename this venture “Year with a massive cut-back on weighing myself.”  That doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, though.  I’ve… Read more

By Lisa Spodak (ResultsNotTypical@worldnow.com)Provided by WorldNow This week was somehow both better and worse than I expected it would be as far as my diet went. I indulged, as planned, at my carb-loading pasta dinner before last weekend’s Avon… Read more

 in partnership with There’s so much more to wedding food than chicken and potatoes. From bubble bars to soup shooters, spice up your reception with one of these unique ideas. Donut Bars Guess what? You can still have a “cake cutting” even if… Read more

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By Leatrice Eiseman It’s true: Changing the colors you wear can actually change your mood — and how others feel about you. When I was first trying to learn about color, there wasn’t much research out there. So I decided to do the studies myself… Read more

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By Heather Mann Fall is such a great time to get outside and enjoy nature with your kids — and you don’t have to spend one penny or devote an entire day to do it. Just power down, leave your phone at home and enjoy an hour of crafty fall outdoor… Read more

By Lisa Spodak (ResultsNotTypical@worldnow.com)Provided by WorldNow This week was definitely a mixed bag as far as sticking to my food plan was concerned. I did great for the first couple of days, counting every calorie and distributing them well… Read more

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By Gail Belsky  Playground taunts and physical threats are nothing new, but until recently, children were usually safe inside their own home. Now, with email, texting and social networking, the harassment and intimidation can happen 24/7 — and… Read more

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By Elizabeth Wasserman These days, it’s hard for many families to resist upgrading to the latest computers and electronic gadgets. Laptops are getting faster, better and cheaper. The latest cell phones allow you to make cheap wireless calls and… Read more

in partnership with Here’s a list of the so-called wedding rules it’s okay to ignore. Myth #1: Hiring friends is the same as hiring wedding vendors. Just because your friend is a fantastic fashion or photojournalist, doesn’t mean you’ll get the… Read more

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By Jenilee Matz, MPH, Staff Writer, myOptumHealth Content provided by  Parents of overweight kids and teens often worry about their child’s health. For good reasons. Children who are above a healthy weight are at risk for high blood pressure, type… Read more

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By Jenilee Matz, MPH, Staff Writer, myOptumHealth Content provided by  There’s an ugly side to beauty products. If you like trying makeup before you buy it, you could be putting your health at risk. Studies show that makeup samples at cosmetic… Read more

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By Abbie Kozolchyk for Bright Smile Beautiful You  Chocolate. Nuts. Coffee. Sugar. Salt. If we were playing “The $20,000 Pyramid” right now, you might reasonably guess “Things that are good for you in moderation.” But you’d be wrong. The truth is,… Read more