See This, Skip That: Toronto
With a little more than 2.5 million residents, the pulsating city of Toronto is Canada’s largest metropolis. It’s also the country’s financial hub, an epicenter for culinary trends and a haven for culture and diversity – not to mention ground zero for a flurry of luxury hotel openings in just the
Leonardo DiCaprio Buys Green Apartment in New York City
shall we? Leonardo Dicaprio has just bought an apartment in greenwich village. It's stocked with vitamin c-infused showers. Heat reflexology flooring. And a dawn simulator. It's a lighting system that you set the sun to rise according to your body'ser rhythm. It amazed that all those things exist.
The Prince Flies Coach
the skinny this morning Prince William his. Blood may be blue but he's apparently a regular guy the future was spotted on an American Airlines flight from Memphis countless lives. A lot of common Theriot you can get back on in the windows eight you have. Prince was in Memphis her friend's wedding
Vacations Worthy of Your 2013 Tax Refund
If warmer weather and deeper pockets have you hoping for a vacation, read on. According to the IRS, data for the week ending March 29 shows the average 2013 tax refund is $2,790 – plenty of money to blow on a fabulous vacation. Forty-four percent of respondents to a survey by Travel Leaders Group
Movember 2012: Woman Grows Beard For Charity
A northern England woman has turned a medical condition that causes her to grow excessive facial hair into a positive fundraising effort during “Movember,” with the aim of creating awareness and support for prostate cancer. Siobhain Fletcher, 36, of Leek, Staffordshire, was diagnosed as a...
Affordable Spa Vacations Around the World
Now that you've survived Thanksgiving dinner and Black Friday, why not take a little time for yourself, especially if you have vacation days to burn before Dec. 31? It's the perfect time for a spa getaway. We found eight hotels with great spas that are extremely affordable (even at the most
Foot Fetish: Spa Foot Treatments on the Rise
Move over, back. At spas these days, it's all about the feet. More spas have introduced specialty foot treatments, and the offerings go far beyond basic reflexology. And while many may sound gimmicky, the demand for spa treatments that focus on the feet are increasing. At the Institute Beaute, a
'What to Expect When You're Expecting': Top 10 Changes in New Edition
"What to Expect When You're Expecting" has been hailed as the pregnancy bible for moms-to-be and their families for decades. First released in 1984, the New York Times bestseller has now sold more than 17 million copies, and it is estimated that more than 90 percent of expectant mothers have read
Romney's MS Scare Highlights Variable, Unpredictable Disease
Ann Romney's struggles with multiple sclerosis kept her away from her husband's campaign shortly before Super Tuesday. The wife of the presumptive GOP's presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, told "Entertainment Tonight" about a "health scare" she had in the days leading up to the marathon day of
True or False: Can a Hand Massage Relieve Tension Throughout Your Entire Body?
True , massaging your hands can release tension throughout the rest of your body. As you can imagine there are many health benefits to keeping your mind sharp and body relaxed. Not everyone has time or money to get a full body massage, and fortunately you no longer have to. According to many