The month of June brings on summer and heralds blueberry season in South Carolina.
Each June, The Alzheimer’s Association sponsors Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month. The brain is, without a doubt, a very vital organ. Any damage or injury to the brain can be life-altering. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States.
Early daffodils are nodding, the irises are showing off their shaggy beards and the tulip magnolia’s fuschia blossoms are upturned and gently waving like a congregation of hands praising the spring skies. The first dusting of pollen is evident on windshields and already eliciting sneezes and sniffles.
If you love watching Lori, Kevin, Barbara, Daymond, Robert, and Mark shooting down and building up innovative products from entrepreneurs, you’ve probably wondered which products are worth your investment. These 4 featured on Shark Tank products are a must for any environmentally conscious home owner or renter.
Christmas time a’ coming, Christmas time a’ coming, Christmas time a’ coming. I wish I could sing so be glad this is only in print. With the onset of the Christmas season, a noxious weed, mistletoe, comes into its own, and for whatever reasons it has remained in our culture for centuries.
After the initial stress eating, pick some brain-healthy snacks, Ackrill suggested. Omega-3 choices such as salmon, walnuts and flaxseeds are known brain boosters. So are berries, such as blueberries. In fact, one review found the antioxidants in berries can boost communication between brain cells.
I know that this recipe is good because my daughter has made it and she recommended it to me. It is easy and is ready in 45 minutes. Probably all you have to do is buy the berries and the unsalted butter. When we are able to feed crowds again, this recipe can be doubled and put in a 9 x 13-inch pan.
“Superfood” has become a frequently used marketing term, but Blatner says the term is overused, and points out that it may be found on the packages of highly processed foods that just happen to contain a superfood ingredient. “Since there is no legal definition, it’s definitely a buyer-beware situation,” Blatner said. She said it’s important to read the list of ingredients on the label to make food decisions, and offers this tip: “Most superfoods don’t come in a package or have a label.”
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Just 1 cup of strawberries gives you more than enough vitamin C for the day. While we love a good orange in winter, strawberries are perfect during those warmer months when they are at their sweetest and brightest. We love using these red berries in everything from sweet treats to salads, as they are full of fiber and help satisfy a sweet tooth.
Halloween is more than just a holiday to Tom and Pam Berry. It's also the date of their anniversary.
A few tips to consider when blending your breakfast smoothies.
These hot summer days, punctuated by heavy thunderstorms, make you just want to stay inside.
Unless you live under a rock, in a bunker or don’t subscribe to social media, you’ve likely heard about the Sept. 20 “Storm Area 51” buzz. There’s an entire Facebook event and group dedicated to the supposed UFO discovery-driven mission. Even actor Danny Trejo is in on the fun, posting memes about his clone housed in the elusive bowels of Area 51.
I come by my gardening abilities quite naturally. My father grew up on a cranberry farm in Massachusetts, skating on flooded and frozen bogs in the winter and harvesting the tough red fruit in the fall with wooden boxes with teeth on the front that could strip the ripe berries off the bushes.
If its signature product could convey a message about the New England Confectionery Company's inability to produce its Sweethearts conversation hearts for Valentine's Day, it would read: MISS U.
Christmas time a’coming, Christmas time a’coming, Christmas time a’coming. I wish I could sing so be glad this is only in print. With the onset of the Christmas season, a noxious weed, mistletoe, comes into its own, and for whatever reasons it has remained in our culture for centuries.
The holiday season is one of the most exciting times of the year for your little ones, but it is also a time when kids can be at risk for injuries.
Maybe there is still a little Christmas cheer in this old scrooge because I agreed to do a Christmas-decorating segment for our SCETV program “Making-It-Grow.” I truly love using natural and homemade things for decorating.