The theory of food addiction is controversial. Despite what mainstream media or mosts health gurus have led us to believe, the research to date is inconclusive. But your struggles with food are valid. Here are some things to consider.
You never know when you might get hit with a trip to the emergency room, or a stubborn car that refuses to start or by a furnace that is on the fritz. These are all reasons why having an emergency fund should be a top priority in the new year.
There's no shortage of things people swore to leave behind in 2018: bad jobs, bad relationships, bad habits. But chances are, you're beginning 2019 with something you didn't intend: a few extra pounds.
In a car-friendly state like Utah, citizens are concerned about the cost of gas and how much they have to spend on it each time they fuel up. Specifically, a question on residents’ minds has been why, in some counties, gas is cheaper than in others.
There’s a lot that can be done to help the environment, but oftentimes lowering environmental impact may seem like both a daunting and expensive task. Here are some easy, low-cost ways to reduce pollution and detriment to nature.
During the winter, fresh produce isn't as abundant as it is in the summer months, and it can be hard to get enough fruits and vegetables into your diet. To help with that, here are 15 seasonal recipes to help you eat more produce this winter.
In order to determine the best cities for keeping your New Year’s resolutions, WalletHub compared 182 cities across five types of resolutions: health, financial, school and work, bad habits, and relationships
Christmas trees are a staple of the holidays, but what can be done with them when it's time to take down decorations? Each Utah city and county offers its own means of disposing of and recycling the dying evergreens.
With the end of the year approaching, it's not uncommon to start thinking about health goals for the new year, like losing weight, eating healthier, exercising and quitting smoking. But though we may have good intentions, choosing January 1 to make promises to get on a healthier track year-round doesn't always work. In fact, according to a 2017 Marist poll, about a third of people who make a New Year's resolution fail to stick with it.