See This, Skip That: Santa Fe
Beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a traveler draw year-round, with its bevy of deluxe resorts, vibrant arts scene and world-class cuisine. A journey here is a cultural adventure and, for many, a spiritual one, too. Here are a few special things to see and do in this truly special American city.
4 Surprising Tricks to Beat Pain
You’ve slammed your finger in the door (ouch and in that first minute, well, you pretty much think you’re going to die. But don’t freak: Instead, stay calm and cross your fingers. That simple move may be enough to numb the pain a bit, according to a recent study study published in Current Biology.
Do-It-Yourself Health Cures Anyone Can Do
Somehow the most nonthreatening body problems almost always turn out to be the most frustrating. Sure, your cramps, stress headaches or yeast infections aren't going to kill you, but man, what a hassle! Wouldn't it be nice to solve them yourself, once and for all? Well, you can, with the right
Morning Sickness May Signal Healthy Baby
The new study shows all the discomfort that comes with morning sickness may indicate a strong baby.
6 Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Headaches
Anyone who's ever had a headache (and that's 90% of the entire population, according to some estimates) knows that they can range from nagging to debilitating. The most common type is a tension headache, a mild, constricting feeling around your head that's often caused by holding your neck in a
On the Road with Lonely Planet
Notice how we never seemed to get as many weeks of vacation as we feel we need so when you do take those precious days it had better be for something special right. If you've ever arrived at a hotel room that was not exactly clean an attraction that's long since closed. And this The folks at lonely
Nightline 08/02: On the Road with Lonely Planet
Tonight on Nightline. long road to would venture with undercover travel reporter who's going to extremes to helping you avoid the tourist traps. And find the hidden gem in search of the perfect holiday. It's been great vacation there's camping and then there's a glancing. But those who care about
FDA Approves Morning Sickness Drug Once Feared Unsafe
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Monday approved Diclegis, a drug used to treat pregnant women for morning sickness, making it the only FDA-approved drug to treat the pregnancy-related symptoms of nausea and vomiting. That's quite a turnaround for a drug that was yanked off the market 30 years
Valentine's Day Gift Guide for Lazy Guys
Face it: You're lazy. That's why you're reading this. You didn't plan ahead and now you're scrambling for the perfect Valentine's Day gift for your partner. Luckily, we've got you covered with a few last-minute Valentine's Day gift ideas, ranging from poetry to "home-cooked" meals. Almost all of
Health Effects of a Long Flight
Sinuses and Stomach The plane's filtered, ultra-low-humidity air can dry out your airways, stripping your nostrils of their protective mucous layer. Without that barrier, germs may have an easier time infecting your body's cells. Your best defenses are keeping your fingers out of your eyes and