Avoiding Vehicle Attacks

According to a national crime victimization survey report titled, "Violence Against Women," conducted and reported by Ronet Bachman, Ph.D., with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., 43 percent of the attacks on women were by strangers and occurred outside the home. ...more

Community Solution to Childhood Obesity

Obesity has become a major life-threatening issue, especially in America, and sadly enough, esp ...more

Protect Your Car From Winter Freeze Ups

Stepping outside on a cold winter morning is never fun. And even worse is when you are stuck in a car that won’t start because it’s a cold winter morning. Well, two things can ensure your car is ready to go when you are. Learn the correct way to start a reluctant engine and how to protect against winter freeze-ups. ...more

Top Wedding Destinations

Ahhh…Your wedding day. A day most women have dreamt about since they were little girls. The day where everything is to be flawless – from the way you look to cake. It’s the day you want to feel like a princess and recall every romantic, breathtaking minute forever. ...more

Drive Out Heart Disease With Jiffy Lube

The facts are really startling.  ...more

Best Outdoor Winter Activities


Bridgestone's Eco-Friendly Wheels

With environmental issues paramount in the world today, a new lead-free tire feature is cruising into high-gear. ...more

Theme Adventure Travel

If you are a traveler seeking ways to vacation differently try turning toward more experiential vacations filled with activities, culture and fun. These trips go beyond tourist traps, site seeing and souvenir shopping. Sugar and Spice RanchThis trip to Bandera, Texas is for mothers and daughters who want to be cowgirls and have the bonding experience of a lifetime. Stay in a real bunkhouse, ride your own horse for a week and learn how to tack up, groom, bathe, feed, turn out and ride horses. ...more

Is Your Car Telling You Something?

Some drives are using their vehicles without knowing of potentially hazardous engine problems. Ten percent of drivers in the United States are currently driving with their “check engine” light on — driving, in effect, oblivious to the potential problems indicated by the warning light. Cost, denial and lack of time are some of the main reasons cited by survey respondents as to why they continue driving with their "Check Engine" lights illuminated. Over one-third said that they hadn't had their engine checked because their car appeared to be running fine ...more

How to Catch a Plane

The Holidays are hectic enough with out the added stress of missing  a flight. Here are some common air travel problems and their solutions. Problem: Misread and misspelled documents Solution: On receipt of your documents check the name, spelling and flight details are correct. Problem: Flight schedule changes Solution: Check your latest paperwork for any changes. Remember the times on the ticket will be written using the 24 hr clock ...more