Tacos aren't just for lunch and dinner. Here's an easy recipe for making tacos for breakfast. Keep in mind that this recipe makes four tacos.
Carrot cake is a nice treat to make for your next get-together with friends and family. Here's an easy-to-follow reicpe to make it at home.
Planning your meals is important to eating healthfully and well. Here are some tips to make meal planning less stressful and more successful.
Love Asian food but struggle with using chopsticks to get the Kung Pao from the plate to your mouth? This video provides guidance in developing the skill of using chopsticks well.
No need to head to your local Mexican restaurant for nachos. Follow these steps to try an easy recipe in your own kitchen.
You don't have to go to a fast food joint or ice cream parlor to enjoy a milkshake. Learn how to make one at home and experiment with your favorite flavors.
Gaining weight is common during freshman year at college. Lots of starchy food and not enough exercise create the notorious "Freshman 15." Try these strategies to stay healthier and avoid seeing your belt size creep up during the first semester.
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These days, when one hears “Healthcare,” political strife is often the first thing that comes to mind.
These days autism appears to be the disorder du jour and headlines about the newest autism breakthroughs are everywhere. Sometimes filled with jargon or unfamiliar references,...
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