Most people eat from their garden. My wife, Nancy, and I drink from ours. We call it our smoothie garden.
After the ballyhoo is over, the last elliptical machine has extracted the last drop of sweat, the last mile has been jogged and the last health-club payment has been made, it may come out that the...
When it comes to what's for dinner, more Americans are picking something good for them, says an Oregon State University researcher.
Baby boomers are aging, and progressive eye diseases are increasing.
Like so many parents, Cynthia Lair felt a rush of excitement at her daughter's sporting events.
3/4 cup pecans, coarsely chopped
The morning sun takes forever to illuminate the steep rock faces lining the mighty Rogue River's Hellgate Canyon. Whitewater sends plumes skyward where boulders squeeze the flow and force spectacular...
Life-coaching may be Elizabeth Austin's calling. But in decades of working as a nurse and, more recently, easing several friends' passing, she's started to meditate more on death.
You've heard the expression, art imitates life. I think of this as food imitates hips.