Breast cancer is the most common cause of death among women age 40 and above. While it's certainly affecting more women than men, the extent of damage both in physical and emotional aspects is fairly the same...
Whether you have a wobbly knee or arthritis, itís no secret that joint pain can take a toll on your life. Prescriptions from your doctor may offer hope, but sometimes you need a little extra help. Fortunately, there are easy, at-home ways to ease the ache and annoyance of joint problems. Try these tips and see what works for you:
Celebrate the intriguing art of Origami during World Origami Days.
There is something magnificent and magical about creating an object, creature, shape or structure out of what was just a simple sheet of paper, using only a series of strategic folds. Have a closer look at origami, the ancient act of paper folding, which continues to inspire imaginations all over the globe.
With fall in full swing and Halloween around the corner, what better way to spend a night in with the kids than with a family-friendly (not so) scary movie? Some of the best Halloween movies ever are made for kids, so kick back, grab your popcorn and get ready to be entertained!
With the weather cooling down, leaves crunching underfoot and candy filling drugstore shelves, itís hard not to get into the Halloween spirit this time of year. Nowadays, itís not just little kids who look forward to the end of October because there are fun events popping up across New England for people of all ages.
Individually packaged candy, synthetic costumes and throwaway decorations make Halloween the scariest holidayÖfor the environment. Luckily, hosting a green Monster Mash is as easy as bobbing for apples. With these simple tricks, your party will be all treats!
There is something about the art of illusion that captivates audiences of all ages. Masterful magicians are capable of wowing onlookers into a state of wonder. Join a society or club, pick up a book or find a show to enjoy during National Magic Week, celebrated annually across the country October 25 through 31, 2010.
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