Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jan 11th - 10:31am
It’s January, which means dive in, set high-level, well-intentioned goals — in two weeks forget what they were, then drown your non-attained sorrows in a really quality cheesecake. Wait! Not this year, because you're all about a culture of change.
One minute, you have that blissful pregnancy glow, and the next, you're green with nausea. You're not alone. Many moms-to-be are prescribed some type of treatment to ease their morning sickness, but a provocative new paper questions the efficacy of Diclegis.
According to research from the University of Scranton, 45 percent of Americans make New Year's resolutions, but just 8 percent of resolutions turn out to be successful. Here are three smart money moves you can make in 2017, along with some tips to help you succeed.
Already mourning, fans can't help but lament the painful coincidence: One day after actress Carrie Fisher's death at age 60, her mother, actress and singer Debbie Reynolds, died unexpectedly of unknown causes.
Suzanne Lewis, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Dec 29th - 8:33pm
It can be tempting to think of all the things that could be different with our health or other important life areas in the new year. Getting on with the new and leaving the old behind, however, may lead to resolutions that don't last.