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Jen: Hi Rebecca, I’m walking with you…I’m power walking with you. Do you power walk and jog around the National Mall often?
Are you ready for our first soccer game next week. Actually, I’m not. I sprained my ankle yesterday so I will not be able to participate.
You may not know it, but March 9 is a day to celebrate the meatball. That’s right. It’s International Meatball Day!
"These are the tools that I inherited from my grandfather. Some of them came from my great-great-grandfather's workshop as well." Richard Maxham is making his second violin from scratch at his home.
South Korean writer Han Kang’s book, "The Vegetarian," came out in her home country many years ago. But the book was published in English only recently.
Growing up, my younger sister used to boss me around. What? Your younger sister used to boss you around? But she is younger than you.
There may be something in your food that you cannot see and cannot taste. But it could be killing you. It is an artificial oil commonly called trans fat.
Jen, I know you had a bad day but I don’t want to hear about it. Just drop it. But it’s hard to drop it.
Hey, I heard that you’re the first one in the class to present your project. I know. I’m dreading it. I tried talking my way out of this by speaking to the professor but it didn’t work. He said I have to present first no matter what.
Scientists know that omega-three fatty acids in fish oil can help people with heart disease live longer. Cold water fish like salmon and tuna contain omega-three fatty acids. These fatty acids are mainly found in fish oil.
Paul Limberty has been producing maple syrup in Vermont for ten years. The process is called sugaring. Each February, Mister Limberty and his wife, Jennifer Esser, drill holes into their sugar maple trees.
A growing number of health clubs around the world offer exercise that allows people to stretch and strengthen their bodies while hanging in the air, often upside down. It is called AntiGravity Yoga.
I’m gonna need help organizing all these packages coming in. If I don’t stay on top of it, I’m going to lose track of which packages came from who.
I can’t believe this! What’s wrong? I fell for what the salesman was telling me and bought an overpriced computer.
Thank you so much for the birthday present! How did you know I wanted a cell phone cover? Well, a little bird told me.
These days, instead of turning paper pages, many readers reach for handheld devices. These electronic readers not only store books to show on a screen, they can also read them out loud.
Hey, are you sure you can prepare dinner for twelve guests this weekend? Yes, of course! Why would you doubt me?
You really need to stop bothering me. You’re getting on my nerves. So cut it out! Come on, it’s just for fun.
As spring comes to half the world, many people can enjoy the new growth that comes with warmer weather. This is a great time to get outside and get dirty!
World Breastfeeding Week is an annual celebration held during the first week in August in more than 120 countries. The celebration aims to raise awareness about the health and economic benefits of breastfeeding.