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Appearing on a Saturday Evening Post cover could be a springboard to fame, and this Post cover features an eventual movie star.
Chef Curtis Stone shares his recipe for the perfect picnic!
Dr. Zipes offers advice on toxic friendships, LifeVests that prevent against sudden cardiac arrest, and fitness.
Diana Nyad makes swimming history by completing her journey from Cuba to Florida at age 64! Read our 2012 profile on this amazing athlete who reminds us to never give up.
The summer get-together can be a magical experience—if you can make it through alive. Here’s how to reap the benefits of connection while avoiding the negativity.
In this new story from Linda McCullough Moore, an unexpected phone call stirs up buried memories.
How to cut the cord and get your shows from the Internet.
To stay at any of these elegant lodgings is to venture back to another, more genteel time.
The Federal Reserve is an independent central bank that derived its power in the aftermath of the Panic of 1907—a crisis caused by several factors.
How a small number of banks came to dominate American finance.
Turns out, farming is a lot simpler than it first appears.
A medical diagnosis brought anger and depression into one woman’s life. But a simple proposition helped her snap out of it.
Congratulations to Rita Schilling our January/February 2012 Limerick Laughs Contest Winner!
Statin drugs benefit some people immensely but are taken by millions more. If you’re at low risk for heart disease, taking drugs to lower your cholesterol may be doing you no good. Is it time we took a second look at statins?