In its simplest sense, “ambiguous loss” refers to loss without closure. And today, the term has never been more relevant, as we all continue grappling with the ways the COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives. But you don’t have to be alone in your grief.
The sweetness of navel orange wedges complements the texture and slightly bitter taste of the spinach in this salad. You can also substitute pears, apples, berries or other fruit that’s in season.
Discover how filling a light meal can be, and how a creamy dish can also be crunchy. Enjoy this perfect, simple summer meal, brimming with flavor, texture and nutrients.
Kratom is one of those plants that you may assume is a safer, natural alternative to other drugs. But don’t be fooled: There’s a dark side to kratom-derived pills, powders and teas. An integrative medicine specialist explains why “natural” doesn’t always mean safe when it comes to kratom.
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You can substitute chicken breast or tofu for the flank steak in this recipe, which offers the best of Thai cooking with little fat, and less of the sodium you’ll find in restaurants.
Hesitant to make tofu yourself? Here’s the perfect recipe for novices. This simple Sesame Seed-Crusted Tofu from our dietitian is both easy and tasty.
To look good and feel good, try working more veggies, legumes and fruit into your meals. These tasty salad recipes show you five ways to enjoy their potent health benefits.
Epidural steroid injections are one of the many tools used to treat back pain. Why do they work better for some people than for others? A pain management specialists explains why in this Short Answer.
With classic Middle Eastern flavors, these lamb meatballs make a great lunch or dinner. Make them and impress your family over the holidays.
Low in calories and high in vitamins, this mousse is perfect for fall. Prepare this up to three days in advance — it tastes even better the next day!