Schedule control is largely seen as a job perk, something afforded to those who’ve proven to be so indispensable that they can call the shots. But its benefit is debatable, and for every study that touts work flexibility, …
I sold my children’s crib last week. When I share that news, I announce it gravely, with a generous side of melancholy.
What does size “small” mean anymore? When it comes to packaged foods, not much. At McDonald’s and KFC, for instance, a small soda holds 16 oz. At Wendy’s, meanwhile, order a small drink, and you’ll get 20 oz.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent warning letters to four beverage companies Wednesday, which manufacture popular alcoholic energy drinks, finding that the products combining alcohol and caffeine were not safe.
The smell of food is central to its taste — and to our desire for it — and new research suggests that our ability to smell what we eat may affect how much we consume.
Heart disease is a nasty enough problem. It would be nice if the tests you have to go through just to get your diagnosis didn’t cause so much unpleasantness of their own. Now they may not have to, thanks to a combination CT scan …
Saturday, Nov. 20, is Universal Children’s Day, as declared by the United Nations, and a new survey of children illuminates the wants and needs of kids living in poverty.
The new “strip search” scanning machines at airport security checkpoints are increasingly causing furor over issues of privacy, decency and health.
Betty Drapers of the world, listen up.