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Updated at 5:08 PM

Are you a minimalist, or do you love having all the things? Researchers are discovering that when it comes to interior design these days, there's no wrong way to fill your home.

Updated at 4:52 PM

When most people pick a diet, they're hoping they can trim a few inches off their waistlines. But there's at least one diet out there that may be able to transform your health in different and more permanent ways.

Updated at 4:02 PM

Although kids are under increased stress these days, most don't really know what it means to feel stress. What they do know is that they have headaches, stomachaches, nightmares and an intense feeling of wanting to stay close to home.

Updated at 3:49 PM

You've resolved to get in shape, you're going to the gym regularly, you're on a roll - and then: Rotator cuff tears! Ankle sprains! Herniated discs! These are among the gym-related injuries that doctors, trainers and physical therapists see...

Updated at 1:07 PM

The weather has been glorious lately and I’ve been spending many of my off-duty hours strolling the streets of my city. One thing that I keep noticing is how incredibly creative people can be when it comes to claiming a bit of open-air real...

Updated at 11:12 AM

Late June in New England. Spring is just a wink in time. Still this far into the season, we eat strawberries shipped from somewhere else. They seduce us from the produce section, looking like piles of rubies in green jewel boxes. Home, cellophane...

Updated at 11:01 AM

Q: How do I soften marzipan almond candy dough?— Shannon Patke, Columbus, OhioA: Just pinch it off in small pieces and knead it with your fingers.

Updated at 10:55 AM

Truth be told, my experience with grain alcohol ended where it began: Ohio University circa 1985.

Updated at 10:32 AM

There was a time when I was a kid when eggs came in two forms: White and brown. Because I perceived the brown eggs as being slightly bigger, I suspected that they did not actually come from chickens at all, but something bigger like ducks or geese,...

Updated Jun 28, 2016 at 11:24 AM

A professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Paula Fass has written a book, “The End of American Childhood: A History of Parenting from Life on the Frontier to the Managed Child,” in which she examines American childhood and...

Updated Jun 28, 2016 at 11:12 AM

We have heard more talk about immigrants and immigration policy this election season than any in memory, and the conversation has been highly charged. Since the issue is so prominent just now, it might be helpful to have a sketch of biblical...

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