For years, medical studies have shown that lifestyle and dietary changes could provide long-lasting protection against Type II or Adult Onset Diabetes, but doctors weren’t sure for how long. Now, in a study just published in The Lancet journal, the longest follow-up of patients from the Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group provides more clarification.
President Obama’s recent remark that “the private sector is doing fine” has become a magnet for criticism. Opponents have, and rightfully so, exploited the President’s “out-of-touch” view toward the U.S. economy, asserting that his big government approach to 8 percent unemployment centers only on the public-sector.
Dear Old Bag: You know, lady, I’m so tired of this thing you stated in one of your advice answers (Lovin’ Life After 50, June 2012). They were only looking for illegals that break the law?
mag·net \'mag-nət\ n. 1. An object that is surrounded by a magnetic field and that has the property, either natural or induced, of attracting iron or steel.
You’re not supposed to still be running around a tennis or basketball court — or even, for that matter, running around the block — once you’re old enough to qualify for the senior discount at the movie theater.
The hotter it gets, the lighter the fare. That’s how we survive and stay nourished during July in Arizona.
I think I’m at a bazaar in India, a market in Mexico, a village in Africa.
I always think of May as Momma’s month. It’s a great time to thank her for all of the wonderful recipes she has passed along to me so I can share them with you.
I’m reading the newspaper when I realize that there are almost as many articles about Beijing as there are about Washington, D.C. That’s when it hits me. If one of the main purposes — and pleasures — of travel is education, then I have to go to China. I need to learn more about the country whose actions will affect the way I live and, more importantly, the way my children will live.
In a fourth-season episode of Seinfeld, a wheelchair salesman tries out a comically over-enthusiastic sales pitch on George and Kramer, entrusted with purchasing a wheelchair to replace one they were inadvertently responsible for destroying.
Sidelined by a stroke six years ago, the ‘Original Sun’ finds art to be great therapy.
Arizona’s historic districts are welcoming a new generation of homeowners. Will today’s New Urbanists continue preserving the old?
Arizona’s Model T clubs are enjoying new respect as key holders to American ingenuity.
Don’t look now, but Millennials are making their ‘bucket lists’ and they have their adventurous grandparents to thank.
Tami Nealy regularly does things that make her family and friends cringe with embarrassment. Like having her household shred the trash before taking it out to the curb. Or dutifully signing her son up for Little League but then insisting on paying the registration fee to the coach in person, and in cash, because the school’s website is too under-funded to use a trusted authentication service to secure its online payments.