Study Reveals African Diet Lowers Risk of Colon Cancer

Consumption of an African diet for only two weeks may reduce the risk of colon cancer, according to a University of Pittsburgh study published in Nature Communications.

Disney World’s Coolest Summer 2015 Offers New Entertainment, Dining and More

Disney World in Florida is kicking off its Coolest Summer Ever with all new entertainment, dining, shopping, and experiences for every age and generation.

Grilling for a Good Cause Cookbook raises money for wounded veterans

It’s time to throw on that apron and head outside. Memorial Day is the biggest grilling holiday of the year, and you’ll want to show off your barbecue expertise for hungry friends and family.

First comes love, then comes marriage...years later

“First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage.’’ So the old playground rhyme goes. These days, however, many couples are taking a long time getting from step 1 to step 2. They’re waiting until they’re ...

More and More Senior Citizens Maintaining an Active Sex Life

This little-known designation is not new. Initially established by President John F. Kennedy in 1963, the month exists to highlight a variety of important is­sues for the United States’ older population.

3 Reasons You Should Eat More Like Your Kids Watch how your kids eat to help guide your diet

When parents prepare their kids’ meals, good-for-you foods like veggies, whole grains and milk are usually on the menu. And while parents encourage healthy eating for their kids at mealtime, they don’t always eat the same foods themselves.

Alzheimer’s facility uses music for memory loss

They sit in a circle in the sunny Amber Way dining room, singing ``Here comes the sun, here comes the sun and I say `It’s all right.’’’

Sexism and Racism Take Toll on Black Women’s Health

The effects of living in a patriarchal, racist society measurably erode black women’s physical and mental wellbeing, an emerging body of research finds.

Financial Fibs

On the path to credit damage are various fibs people tell themselves to avoid dealing with the hard truth: humans don’t like change.

Set the Stage for Your 2015 Graduation Party

(Family Features) From elementary school to grad school, every graduation is a milestone typically celebrated with a big party. Sweet treats are a key part of celebrations, and by adding personalized details you can truly make your grad feel like ...

The Bath Truth

Family Features) From bath time to bedtime, there are a number of rituals parents participate in with their children that bring them closer together. These small acts provide a sense of security to little ones and serve as family bonding ...

Drink Up Natural, Refreshing Beverages

For years, health professionals have touted the many benefits found in nature – especially in fruits such as watermelon. But with hectic schedules, it can be hard to reap the rewards of these power foods.

Now Is the Best Time to Plan for Retirement

It’s easy to live for the moment and leave planning the future to another time. But when it comes to planning for your retirement, it is never too early.

Chocolatey and Fruity Treats with a Twist

(Family Features) When it comes to your sweet tooth, people often define themselves as chocolate lovers or fruity fans. When preparing for your next party, plan for unique treats sure to tickle the taste buds of both groups.

What it takes to call Detroit home for natives and newcomers

In 1950, Detroit had a population of 1.85 million. Today, 690,000 remain - a mere third of those who lived here when this was the fifth-largest city in America.