Nobody ever said money is clean, but did you know your computer keyboard has more bacteria than your average toilet?
Tick-tock, tick-tock. We're approaching the end of January 2010. That means a few things are a given -- Valentine's Day is around the corner, spring clothes are coming out, and your dieting resolution might just be hitting the skids. Try these techniques to keep yourself on track.
Gretchen Rubin, mom of two, is a best-selling writer whose new book, The Happiness Project, is an account of the year she spent test-driving studies and theories about how to be happier. She sat down with momlogic to share her top happiness tips for moms.
For women, the married lifestyle of calorie-laden dinners out and lots of meals together at home is a recipe for obesity.
People with fat in their thighs and backsides may live longer because the fat traps harmful fatty particles and protects against diabetes, heart disease, and other conditions associated with obesity.
If you find yourself nodding off at your desk, or slapping yourself in the face to stay awake behind the wheel mid-afternoon, you may well just be struggling with blood sugar imbalances due to insufficient nutrients -- or calories -- from your meals earlier in the day.
"Healthy eating needs to start at home, and it is our obligation as parents to set the right example for our kids," says diet and fitness guru Tosca Reno.
Ever buy clothes and just stick 'em on without a wash? This report will change your mind -- and turn your stomach!