Serious sinus sufferers open up [Infographic]
As any serious sinus sufferer can tell you, sinus pain and pressure often leaves them feeling squeezed, congested, beat down and crushed - desperately seeking relief from their sinus symptoms. Sinus sufferers are willing to go to great lengths to Open Up(TM). According to a survey commissioned by the makers of Sudafed(R), sinus pain and pressure is impacting Americans in their personal, work and love lives.
Five ways to find better Black Friday savings online
Black Friday shopping can seem overwhelming, especially shopping online where you must navigate a sea of advertisements, emails, dozens of specialized Black Friday discount websites and a massive selection of sale-priced items. It can be difficult to know you're getting the best savings possible. Here are five things you...
Rare cancer on the rise: Why the first signs are easily misdiagnosed
(BPT) - Intermittent abdominal pain, flushing and diarrhea are commonly associated with a number of medical conditions. Yet for some Americans these symptoms could actually be the sign of a rare form of cancer called neuroendocrine tumors (NET). Given the wide range of symptoms of NET cancers, it is important to raise awareness of this often misdiagnosed disease. To address this need, a global network of patient advocacy groups joined together in 2010 to create Worldwide NET Cancer Awareness ...
Five tips to avoid holiday weight gain
(BPT) - Who doesn't love the smell of a warm kitchen during the holidays? They're designed around food and bringing family, old friends and new friends together. However, holidays can also be a detriment to your healthy lifestyle and cause you to lose your focus through the end of the year. But they don't have to. 'Think...
Tips for hosting a holiday party that shines
(BPT) - Entertaining with family and friends is one part of the holiday season that we all look forward to. But holiday hosting can sometimes be harried. To keep you and your guests merry this season, consider hosting a wine party that shines. David Mirassou, wine expert and sixth generation of America's oldest winemakin...
Experience the robust flavor of Vietnamese cinnamon
(BPT) - Cinnamon may be the world's most popular baking spice, but all cinnamons are not created equal, and in the foodie world, Vietnamese cinnamon has emerged as the most prized of the bunch. The bunch, by the way, includes an array of cinnamons and cassias, all from evergreen trees of the Cinnamomum genus. Some are fr...
Hook holiday guests with these secrets of serving seafood
(BPT) - When you're brain-storming holiday menus, do lovingly roasted turkeys with all the trimmings and decadent cookies dance alongside the peppermint and sugarplums in your visions? Certain flavors and foods are strongly associated with the holiday season - seafood, however, isn't always among those favored dishes. Bu...
Experience WWI centennial history with a European river cruise
Only a handful of people around the world are old enough to remember World War I, yet as the 100th anniversary of the first truly global war approaches, its impact on the world can still be felt today. In many ways, WWI set the stage for all world-wide conflicts to come; it was the first war that truly affected almost al...
Modern technology aims to help older drivers
(BPT) - Technology is increasingly integrating with many aspects of our daily routines. From toothbrushes that beep when you are brushing too hard to thermostats that automatically adjust the temperature based on your behavior, advances in technology are getting personal in ways that are intended to help ease your experi...
Fun or fantasy? How to know if a video game is right for your child
(BPT) - If you are like most Americans, you have computer and video game fans in your home. However, as a parent, it is not always easy to decide if a popular video game is right for your child. That is where ratings and parental controls can help. Understanding what a particular video game entails is especially importan...
Memo to job seekers: It's not the economy, it could be you
(BPT) - Job seekers are growing increasingly pessimistic about their ability to gain employment. Nearly two in five job seekers (37 percent) lack confidence that the job market will improve next year, according to a recent study conducted by the Career Advisory Board , established by DeVry University. Hiring managers, ho...