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Is Your New Year’s Resolution a S.M.A.R.T. One?

December 30, 2015 Jason Machowsky

If you’ve been planning a New Year’s resolution, make sure it’s S.M.A.R.T.  — specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound. Resolutions should be goals that you are striving for every day, every month of the year until

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5 Foods to Eat in 2016

December 30, 2015 Michaela Ballmann

As the New Year begins, health and nutrition are on many people’s minds. The big question I often hear asked is, “What should I eat to be healthy, lose weight and reach my goals?” Well,

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The Truth about Eggs

December 30, 2015 Jessica Fishman Levinson

I feel bad for eggs. There’s so much about them to love, yet there’s so much fear around them. For years, people have limited their egg intake thinking it was the major cause of high

Student Scoop

3 Things Some Nutrition Apps Get Wrong

December 29, 2015 EJ Otto

With hundreds of apps focused on dieting and food journaling, it’s hard to determine which ones are best. Most of the popular nutrition apps are geared towards weight loss or maintenance, with a heavy focus

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5 Tips for a Guilt-Free New Year’s Eve Party

December 28, 2015 Sammi Haber

We're halfway through the holidays — also known as "diet sabotage season." Between office potlucks, group holiday parties and multiple-course dinners, it can be difficult to stick to your healthy intentions and navigate what to

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Winter Squash and Kale Chicken Pot Pie

December 23, 2015 Haley Goodrich

For this cozy winter dinner, I replaced the typical root vegetables with butternut squash and kale. I love how the butternut squash adds a flavorful sweet and nutty taste, while the kale gives it a rustic

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How-to Properly Reheat Leftovers

December 21, 2015 Wesley Delbridge

Whether from your favorite restaurant or holiday meal, leftovers are a part of our lives. Even though that leftover pasta or chicken tastes amazing the next day, it can be a source of food poisoning.

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Vegan Creamy “Mac and Cheese”

December 18, 2015 Tessa Nguyen

p>Now that we're officially past "pumpkin spice" season, I’m ready to show some love to another winter gourd, butternut squash. With a lovely hue of orange, butternut squash delivers fiber and vitamins A and C

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Kitchen Tools

This Foodie Plate Does Triple Duty

December 18, 2015 Tessa Nguyen

Product Reviewed: Salt Rox Himalayan Salt Cooking Plate The versatile Salt Rox Himalayan Salt Cooking Plate does triple duty as a foodie’s must-have: it cooks, it seasons and it looks great for serving! But, there are

January-February 2016

Magisto (Version 3.11.2)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App Magisto features basic and limited tools but requires no editing skills, making it user-friendly for anyone seeking a simple way to compile existing images and motion clips into an attention-grabbing video,

January-February 2016

Splice (Version 3.2.3)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App A basic video editor with several perks, Splice offers a large free music library, filters, sound effects, motion control, transitions and text options. Users can easily customize video background colors and

January-February 2016

Vee for Video (Version 1.5.1)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App This feature-rich app allows users to shoot, edit and share videos on the go. Import or record footage in segments and easily drag and drop to reorder or delete clips as

March-April 2016

Videolicious (Version 3.6.0)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App The Videolicious platform helps businesses create high-quality, branded video content with a professional look and feel. With step-by-step instructions, this app guides users through the process of recording, editing and stylizing