Alzheimer’s Disease Is Something All of Us Worry About as We Age. Here’s the Newest Thinking on Prevention

For too long, too many of us—doctors included—didn’t think Alzheimer’s disease was preventable. We assumed our genes were our destiny, and that if cognitive decline ran in the family, there wasn’t much we could do about it. Thankfully, we know better now. There’s indisputable research showing there are many things each of us can do … Read more

MD Says It’s Key To Lowering Blood Pressure + Cholesterol — and It Costs Just Pennies a Day!

Wouldn’t it be amazing if there were a simple way to to strengthen your heart without overhauling your diet or breaking a sweat at the gym? There is! Doctors say quercetin, an antioxidant compound found in certain fruits and vegetables, is key to improving your heart health. The reason: It lowers your cholesterol and blood … Read more

5×5 workout method: What it is, how to do it, why it works

woman&home newsletter Sign up to our free daily email for the latest royal and entertainment news, interesting opinion, expert advice on styling and beauty trends, and no-nonsense guides to the health and wellness questions you want answered. Thank you for signing up to Woman & Home. You will receive a verification email shortly. There was … Read more

Are Kettle Chips Healthy? Nutrition Pros Weigh In

Kettle-cooked chips are one of our favorite snacks — and it’s no secret why. The extra-crispy texture produces a symphony of crunches that puts regular chips to shame. The hardy chips also hold on better to any seasoning so each bite is packed with flavor, and frankly, they just seem more “potato-y” than regular chips. … Read more

A new COVID vaccine is here, but those at greatest risk may not get it as outreach drops off

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends new COVID-19 booster vaccines for all — but many who need them most won’t get them. About 75 percent of people in the United States appear to have skipped last year’s bivalent booster, and nothing suggests uptake will be better this time around. “Urging people to get … Read more

Newsday’s Ayana Huggins tells of living with lupus

Features Carol Quash 17 Hrs Ago – ROGER JACOB Ayana Huggins’ is one of the first faces anyone entering Newsday’s office, in Port of Spain, will see. Her pretty smile and professional demeanour has been an asset to the company’s advertising unit for the past 13 years. But there are many days when Huggins’ look … Read more

How to Style Thinning Hair for Beginners: 9 Easy Ways!

When it comes to our beauty routine, we’re big believers in the old adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But because our hair becomes thinner with age, the styling techniques we’ve been using for years may not flatter our now less-than-lush locks—in other words, they’re broke. The only problem though? We’re not always sure … Read more