Sometimes vacations aren’t quite as relaxing as you plan or expect them to be and these days traveling itself can often be stressful, almost to the point of defeating the purpose of one’s getaway. Shouldn’t you come back from a trip feeling more refreshed than when you left? More and more travelers are beginning to catch on to this notion. As a result, health and wellness retreats are continuing to grow in popularity.
Most Americans over 50 want to stay in their home as they age, but few are making the renovations they need to ensure easy and comfortable living for years to come.
Listen up ladies, there’s a sexual paradox. Just as you’re getting older and when – for some – sex may not be a priority, that is exactly when you need it most. Sexual activity is good for a woman’s health – especially if she is entering into any of the menopausal phases of life – peri-menopause, menopause or post-menopause.
Fleas and ticks are on every pet owner’s radar when warm weather flourishes. This is the season when both pets and people are itching to get outside, but without proper protection, four-legged friends can end up itching even more. However, if fleas and ticks take hold, and an infestation starts, this seasonal concern can turn into a year-round headache. That’s why many veterinarians advocate parasite prevention all year long.
Summertime is here, which means warm weather and longer days. For parents, it also means finding ways to keep kids entertained and busy during the out-of-school months.
Drawing upon both past feats and failures, Jim Koch offers up a collection of lessons and tips he’s used throughout his journey to make Samuel Adams one of the leading independent American craft breweries and a successful business.