Delightful Fall Decorations
Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving can share seasonal decorations outside your home and set the tone for each seasonal celebration you hold indoors.
Many natural materials are long-lasting and can be used to create the proper setting for the holidays. They include pumpkins, autumn leaves, gourds, corn stalks, bittersweet branches, potted chrysanthemums in several colors and even bales of hay.
Help Eyes Adapt to Night Driving
There are a number of conditions that can affect your vision. They are especially noticeable when it comes to night driving.
Cataracts affect the lens at the front of the eye. They can create glare, fuzziness and a halo effect around lights.
Diabetes can cause problems because higher blood sugar can affect the liquid in the middle of the eye. And it's possible that your prescription for eyeglasses should be changed.
The Modern Ghost Story
Today, the scariest thing about Halloween, at least for parents, appears to be a horror story told and retold but with the substance of a ghost.
Recipe: Apple Glazed Turkey
Total Servings: 16
Recipe: Almond Fudge Brownies
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