With the obesity epidemic in this country, it should be no surprise when that the next person you go out with may not be the perfect picture of health. But would a health issue stop you from dating someone? Most people on the dating scene say yes.
Rather than honestly talking to me about sex when I was younger, my mother just told me, "If you ever have sex before you're married, I'm going to send you to a convent." She would never tell me why, and always got mad when I asked her, "If premarital sex is so bad, why was I born five months after your wedding?" Whoops. Yeah, I was a brat.
Personal styles can really have a big impact on a relationship, particularly when it comes to food and eating, and especially if, as a couple, your eating styles are so different, it sometimes feels like your partner is more into food than he is into you!
By RD & Certified Kids' Nutrition Specialist, Colleen Hurley, for GalTime.com getting kids to eat healthier Snacks not only can help curb hunger but can also make sure your family gets their daily dose of fruits and vegetables. Healthy snacks are particularly important for little ones because their tummies are tiny and often prefer to ‘graze’ throughout the day.
Imagine dying because of something in your tap water -- not in some remote Third World country, but right here in the United States. Now, stop imagining, because our water is not nearly as clean as you've been led to believe -- and in many parts of the country, it's positively filthy and even outright deadly.
By Registered Dietitian, Elisa Zied, MS RD CDN, for GalTime.com When she works with professional athletes, registered dietitian Mitzi Dulan explains to them that their bodies are like well-tuned, high performance race cars that need proper maintenance to get the most out of their bodies when they’re out on the field or court. “Not only does proper nutrition help kids perform well when they’re playing sports and being active, but it
Does anyone doubt the importance of being resilient and adaptable in today's quickly changing world? Or, of being able to deal effectively with the many personal challenges that face us almost every day? Resilience and adaptability mean feeling capable of navigating change gracefully. They mean being skillful at rebounding from frustration, disappointment and defeats, without indulging the familiar cycles of negative self-talk and downward spiraling moods.
By Tara Weng, for GalTime.com talking sex with your kids It's probably one of the most difficult and fear-inducing conversation to have with your kids--the sex talk. You may think that putting it off until you feel comfortable is the answer but that method usually fails to impact your kids in the right way.
By Galtime.com consumers: money saving tips You've seen the stories of devastation in the news: key farm states in the U.S. are facing excessive heat and dryness-- leading to the worst drought in 25 years. So how will the drought impact your grocery bill? Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com Consumer Savings Expert, is sharing her tips on how consumers can battle rising food costs.
I'm a night person, or as like to call it, a person. I've never met a snooze button I didn't like. I've never gone to the gym before work. And I've never watched a morning show. Still, I'm forced to live—and work—with normal, more diurnal people. Here's how I do it every day.
Did you know that female friendships could help you live longer? If not, consider these results of research conducted at Rush University Medical Center and published in Science Daily in 2011...