More couples are bringing date-night indoors. Indoor dates are often less expensive, healthier, and more convenient—especially when the activity for the night is cooking a plant-based meal. Cooking as a couple is nothing new, but, as an increasing number of people are foc...
Many people are looking to reduce meat in their diet, mostly for health reasons, but also due to the production restrictions caused by COVID-19, meat shortages are becoming more common, and people are starting to seek out alternative protein sources.
Reaching more than six million readers, The Epoch Times is encouraging people across the country to Move It Monday by incorporating more biking into their weekly routine.
Livestock is the cause of one-fifth of all climate change causing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a 2014 U.S. land use study, with cattle taking the greatest toll on the health of the environment.
Cooking is a global art form that bridges you to other cultures and traditions, and eating global cuisines offers a delicious lesson in diversity, teaching us to appreciate our differences and acknowledge our many similarities.
The Monday Mile program, inspired by the pilot program at Syracuse University, will encourage students and faculty to walk or run a mile on or off-campus. Participants can join in the fun and record their progress through an app and are encouraged to submit a selfie pictu...
As families eat more meals at home, getting kids to help out in the kitchen has become even easier. Teaching children how to cook helps develop an appreciation and reverence for food; they’re also more likely to experiment with different ingredients.
Leveraging every Monday as a “fresh start” can support a more sustainable commitment to quitting vaping. Dr. Joanna Cohen suggested using the “Quit Monday” approach to quitting to Healthline.
Ron Hernandez, managing director of The Monday Campaigns, joined the AM Extra hosts to share how Portlanders can Move It Monday, while adhering to current COVID safety guidelines.
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