3 Perfect Picnic Recipes for Labor Day Weekend

No plans this weekend? How about a picnic with your friends to celebrate the last days of summer? It’s a great way to catch up and have fun (without spending a lot of money). Here are some great tips on what to bring and where to host your picnic, so start planning!

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No More Blisters! 8 Dos and Don’ts to Avoid Foot Pain

Thanks to strappy sandals and sweaty toes, blisters can sometimes feel unavoidable during the summer months. Read on for some do’s and don’ts to survive the season blissfully free of foot pain.

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Recipe of the Day: Lemon-Blueberry Dice Pops

We love low-calorie summer treats especially these lemon-blueberry ice pops made from yogurt and fresh blueberries. They’re cute enough to keep the kids clamoring, and at just 43 calories per pop, adults will love this healthy snack too.

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An Easy Summer Dinner Recipe Using Frozen Veggies

The steamy summer weather has really taken a toll on my cooking lately. When dinnertime rolls around, the last thing I want to do is turn on my oven and prepare some sort of elaborate meal. Honestly, I’d just rather go out for ice cream.

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6 Summer Diet Traps That Pile on the Pounds

It has been sweltering throughout much of the U.S., and while high temperatures and humidity can lead to eating light, hot weather can also result to unconsciously taking in hundreds of excess calories. Here are six major calorie traps you may unknowingly fall into while attempting to chill out–and what to reach for instead.

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Experts Urge Caution As Heat, Humidity Blanket Much of U.S.

High humidity and temperatures in the 90s could test the endurance of millions of Americans in the eastern and central parts of the country for days to come, experts warn.

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6 Food Groups That Will Protect You From the Sun

Slathering on sunscreen is never enjoyable. Does that stuff ever blend in completely? Meet the double-duty foods that have been shown to increase the skin’s ability to protect against UV damage.

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No-Cook, Eat-in-the-Heat Dinner Recipe

Too hot to cook? I know the feeling. The Northeast has experienced some serious scorchers in recent weeks, so instead of cooking dinner and suffering in my steamy kitchen, I seek out no-cook meals that can be eaten in the heat and thrown together in just minutes.

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Sleep Tips for Summer Nights

Those extra hours of daylight in the summer contribute to sleep problems experienced by many Americans, experts say.

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6 Iced Tea Recipes for National Iced Tea Day

There’s no better way to quench your thirst on a hot day than by drinking a tall glass of iced tea. And, there’s no better day to enjoy iced tea than today: National Iced Tea Day. Low in calories, but packed with flavor—and often fruit and herbs—iced tea is a warm-weather favorite.

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