Autumn Family Fun
The beautiful weather of fall is a great time to get out and have fun outdoors. Take the family out to an apple orchard, enjoy some cider, enjoy the fall foliage, or even try a corn maze.
The apple orchard: People of all ages can enjoy a trip to a big orchard, and that includes sweethearts, parents, kids and a kid's friend or two.
Ways to Deal With Fall Leaves
The colored leaves are picturesque and beautiful on the trees, but their charm flies away when they pile up in the yard. Getting rid of them is a job that can make your arms sore and your back ache. Here are a few techniques that can help you avoid that fate.
* Remove them the traditional way: rake, but do it right. Start in the afternoon when leaves are dry and light. Instead of pressing on the rake, rake lightly, barely touching the grass. Pull softly toward yourself so your shoulders don't get sore.
What We Eat Matters
One expert says the government's claim that we eat too much and don't exercise, which causes us to get fat, is mostly wrong.
Gary Taubes, the author of Why We Get Fat and an independent investigator in health policy at the University of California, Berkeley, says there are many examples of why it doesn't work.
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