You're at increased risk for colds and the flu over the holidays, but a few simple measures will help lower your chances of getting sick, an expert says.
Most of us look forward to all the goodies the holidays have to offer, but no one celebrates those extra few pounds at the end of the season.
With so much going on over the holidays, it’s important to take time out to give yourself a break.
If the new year’s resolutions you’ve made already sound unrealistic, here are some new ones that you’ll actually be inspired to keep.
A festive party calls for a little more makeup than your everyday swipe of lip gloss, and it’s surprisingly easy to liven up your look and still be out the door in a flash.
New Year's Day is the worst day of the year for alcohol-fueled car crashes, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Just because Santa has been known to spend Christmas noshing on sweets doesn't mean that you should do the same. Here are 10 naughty Christmas foods you should skip.
This fail-proof roasting method produces the tastiest, juiciest Thanksgiving turkey.
Read this list and start preparing dishes to make this year one of your best ever.
To ensure that you make the right choices and end the current year on a good note, follow this guide of New Year's Eve dos and don'ts.
In Portuguese-inflected Goa, the most wonderful time of the year is a joyous blending of traditions.
Check out this gallery of recipes that work beautifully as holiday presents or hostess gifts, from savory pickles and spice blends to candied fruit and sweet liqueurs.
The holidays are supposed to be a time of great joy, but they can also be a time of a ridiculous amount of stress. If holiday stress has become a major downer for you over the years, here are 10 tips that may help.
After consuming mass quantities of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie during a feast, it's no mystery why people just plop on the couch and pass out. However, there are ways to avoid the Thanksgiving Day food coma, if you're up to it.
From Thanksgiving to New Year's and beyond, it can be difficult to stick to any diet and exercise plan with plates of holiday goodies floating around. But not to worry. It is possible to cheat and not pay for it later.
Christmas is nigh! That said, we have a few tips to make the season a little more hassle free.
While Santa is busy speeding around the globe in his sleigh, millions of families will gather around the table and feast on delicious Christmas dinners.
Along the New Jersey waterfront, a small family gathers for a big holiday feast.
The holidays are all about opening your doors and welcoming friends and family. But along with hostess gifts, your guests may also bring sniffle-causing viruses and colds.
While your days may be merry and bright this season, they may also be expensive. Here's how to throw a party this season for under $99.
If you're feeling passive-aggressive and would rather give a gift that says "I don't really like you" rather than actually blurting it out after one too many brandy-spiked eggnogs, let these godawful gadgets do the talking.
Be it hitting holiday sales or getting all of that shopping done online, there’s one family member you may be forgetting to buy for: Your furry friend.
Here are seven holiday activities to slow down and make the morning more magical and memorable for both you and your children.