20 Rude Restaurant Habits You Need to Stop ASAP

20 Rude Restaurant Habits You Need to Stop ASAP
Culture Stacking your dishes, passing the salt, using the wrong bread plate, and more: Avoid making rude mistakes while dining out. Tipping 15 percent Africa Studio/shutterstock The old rule was to tip your server 10 percent for poor service, 15 percent for good service, and 20 percent or more for work that goes above and beyond. The times have changed, however. "The appropriate tip these days is 20 percent, minimum," says Maryanne Parker, professional etiquette coach and author of Manor … ...Read more

The Best Probiotic Yogurt Brands for Better Gut Health

The Best Probiotic Yogurt Brands for Better Gut Health
Healthy Eating Confused about which yogurt offers you the best gut benefits? Nutritionists reveal their top picks for probiotic yogurts. Bacteria is your friend OlgaReukova/Shutterstock You might think bacteria in your food is a bad thing—and it in some cases it can be (food poisoning, anyone?). But in live-culture yogurt, beneficial bacteria can help keep your gut healthy, say nutrition researchers—and these so-called probiotics may even help you lose weight—find out how much, here. ...Read more

These Sunscreens Won’t Leave White Streaks on Dark Skin

These Sunscreens Won’t Leave White Streaks on Dark Skin
The warmer months are here to stay, which means you should be doing everything you can to protect your skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays—yes, regardless of your skin tone! We often assume that only super-fair people need to slather on sunscreen to prevent sun damage, but that's simply not true. And yet, in one survey from the Skin Cancer Foundation, 63 percent of African Americans said they never used sunscreen—and that can result in scary consequences. "Everyone can… ...Read more

These Sneaky Foods Could Be Damaging Your Heart

These Sneaky Foods Could Be Damaging Your Heart
Reduced-fat salad dressings What makes reduced-fat salad dressings a cardiac crime is that they're actually hidden sources of sugar and salt, says Fisher. "When fat is removed, sugar is typically added to maintain the taste and texture," she says. Just because it's low in fat or calories, it doesn't mean it's healthy. ...Read more

Could CBD Treat Opioid Addiction?

Could CBD Treat Opioid Addiction?
Latest Chronic Pain News TUESDAY, May 21, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Cannabidiol (CBD) has been receiving a lot of attention lately as a potential treatment for everything from epilepsy to anxiety. Now, researchers report it might also help curb the cravings that come with opioid addiction. Like marijuana, CBD comes from the cannabis plant. Unlike pot, it does not produce a high. ...Read more

Health Tip: Escaping Rip Currents

Health Tip: Escaping Rip Currents
(HealthDay News) -- Most beach rescues performed by lifeguards are caused by rip currents -- strong currents that can pull swimmers under, says the American Red Cross. Latest Prevention & Wellness News Rip currents can form in any large open area and can be dangerous. ...Read more

Complete Tumor Removal in Dogs Cuts Risk of Cancer's Return: Study

Complete Tumor Removal in Dogs Cuts Risk of Cancer's  Return: Study
Latest Pet Health News MONDAY, May 20, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- In dogs, soft tissue sarcoma is a group of malignant cancers that come from skin or connective tissue. Now, a new research review says when a tumor is completely removed, the risk of cancer returning is cut by nearly two-thirds. Veterinary researchers from Oregon State University analyzed 10 studies, which included 278 dogs operated on for soft tissue sarcoma. ...Read more