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Contributors
“CBD is so fascinating. For decades it was taboo to study it, just because it comes from the cannabis plant, and even though it produces no psychoactive effect,” says Peña, who with co-author Scott Meyer examines what it is and how it works in “Shoul
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Dollars And Sense
Sometimes when I’m in a social situation that’s kind of plateaued, I try spicing things up by blurting out my salary, mid-conversation. It’s never a brag. Most of my friends make more than I do. But it is enlightening to watch others react, forced to
The Saturday Evening Post1 min de lectureMedical
From The Pharmacy
Clinical pharmacist board-certified in ambulatory care When a good scrub with soap and water for at least 20 seconds just isn’t possible, using a sanitizer to clean your hands is the next best option. To get the most out of your sanitizer, apply enou
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Letters
The September/October issue was wonderful, and the cover — Setting the Decoys by Bryan Haynes — perfect to set the mood for the coming of fall. Tim Janes, Winchester, Kentucky Sallie Tisdale’s essay “Learning to Grieve” (Sep/Oct) really hit the mark.
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Should You Try Cbd?
IN THIS AGE OF ANXIETY, imagine the perfect medicine. It would help millions of people soothe high stress levels and sleep better. It would be plant-based and natural. Unlike opioids and other pharmaceutical options, it wouldn’t be addictive. It woul
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Good Oils, Bad Oils
A friend recently asked me what his wife might take besides statins to reduce her risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). Here’s a look at the latest studies on two oils with known beneficial actions on the heart, and two others that await results from
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Practice Positive Thinking
The tendency with the annual Thanksgiving Day story is to offer something of a cliché, something you’d expect to find in a television show where everything is neatly wrapped up in 30 minutes. Life isn’t that neat. You see, humans aren’t hard-wired to
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Howcbdworks
It was the 1990s when scientists first noticed something remarkable about this little compound in the hemp strain of the cannabis plant. Lisa Matsuda, Ph.D., at the National Institute of Mental Health, had just discovered the endocannabinoid system (
The Saturday Evening Post4 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Turkey Cajun
Though holiday celebrations may look a little different this year, it’s important to serve up something extra special for your family. The perfect twist on a holiday favorite, Cajun Roasted Turkey makes a beautiful centerpiece for your Thanksgiving t
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Picture Perfect
Many of us keep somewhere in our home a dust-covered carton crammed with decaying photographs that reveal the complex stories of our long-ago lives. The dread that attaches to these cartons — the reason they are seldom visited — is understandable. Ex
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From The Archive: Hemp
The Post’s sister publication Country Gentlemanweighed in on the value of growing hemp The culture of hemp in this country has been chiefly confined to the states of Kentucky and Missouri, and unlike any other crops grown in those states, the labor h
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For Coach Life
Paul Caccamo loves telling a story about a boxing coach in Chicago. One of the coach’s boxers was arrested on a drug charge and sentenced to a few months in a juvenile facility. The coach was devasted but sent the young man letters saying, You can ov
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Rentakid.com
Every now and then I come up with an idea so brilliant I’m surprised no one has thought of it before me. This particular gem occurred to me after meeting a young couple who had five kids and then that same day speaking with a couple who didn’t have a
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Shopsmart
CBD products generally fall into two categories: ingestibles and topicals. Most popular in the first group are capsules and gummies, as well as tinctures (oils you take by the drop). Balms and lotions are topical treatments applied directly to skin.
The Saturday Evening Post7 min de lecturePolitics
To Mrs Washington . Caraway Goes
The first woman elected to the U.S. Senate is not a household name. That woman, Hattie Wyatt Caraway of Arkansas, kept a very low profile. She is not considered a political trailblazer. Indeed, she voted with the rest of the Southern delegation again
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I Am The Tooth Fairy
I know you’re the tooth fairy.” Noah, my 8-year-old, looks me dead in the eye. We are out to dinner. A large television hangs from the wall. Without blinking, he looks back up at the screen. A small, dry wing falls from my back and lands on the floor
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Cooking Up Memories
It was a cold winter day when the wind blew the snow off the tall trees on the Manitoulin Island, stretched in the middle of Lake Huron in Ontario. The air was chilly, so Joseph Shawana and a few other kids from the Odawa tribe were playing underneat
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The Vault
The average man or woman with a physical peculiarity finds it a little embarrassing, and members of the acting profession regard a slightly prognathous jaw or thick ankles as nothing short of a calamity. But for the past 27 years one entertainer has
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Post-Its
Wintry conditions are just around the corner. Keep four-footed family members safe and warm with the following tips. Wrap. To fend off frost, consider a dog sweater or coat. Be sure to use a dry one each time your dog goes outside, says the American
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Yourself Taste It !
While the indigenous food movement is not as prevalent in the U.S. as in Canada, some restaurants in the states now serve a variety of native dishes, sometimes with ingredients harvested by tribe members on community lands. At Kai, located in the She
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Did We Say That?
College Will Spoil Your Children! College enrollment started to rise in the 1920s, which led some critics to question the value of a degree The college student is characterized by a fine and lofty indifference to everything outside his own personal
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Ask The Manners Guy
Is it just me, or have the complete jerks been out in full force this year? Recently, a woman standing behind me in line at the grocery store was practically breathing down my neck, so I calmly asked if she would please back up a bit. Well, she didn’
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Titanic Fanatics
On an overcast June day in 2015, Dave Gardner, a short man with graying hair under his beanie, was intently focused on photographing the corroded archway of a long-disused Hudson River pier in lower Manhattan. As disinterested passersby ignored him,
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From The Archive
He is also barely literate. I first met Durante about five years ago on a train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago. We got into a heated argument over the correct pronunciation of Minneapolis. Durante claimed it was “Minneanapolis.” He claimed I
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SeriouslyGoodFilmandTV
The Undoing (HBO, Oct. 25) Nicole Kidman reunites with Big Little Lies writer/creator David E. Kelly in this six-part drama about a wealthy Manhattan therapist whose marriage to a seemingly loving physician (Hugh Grant) just might be a deadly sham. T
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College Of Dreams
Where Princeton Nelson came from, a college education wasn’t just at the outer edges of possibility, it was beyond imagination. Yet here he was, a proud member of the class of 2018 at Georgia State University, a computer science major with a cap and
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Making The Cut
For centuries, men relied on straight razors to remove their beard stubble. These long steel blades with a hinged handle could give a smooth shave if regularly sharpened and expertly handled. But they could inflict wicked cuts on the inattentive shav
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Top 10 Reads
White Ivy (Simon and Schuster) by Susie Yang. Ivy Lin will do anything for the affections of a certain classmate, and her actions will haunt her for years in this twisty thriller of secrets, theft, and the possibility of love — that will also be com
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You Holiday ’ll Never Ads See Again
In mid-century America, men (supposedly) ruled the roost but were frequently portrayed in ads as juvenile, no different from the pint-sized gunslingers at right. Ideal gifts for the high priestess of home and earth? Why, more cherished tools of her
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Celebrating Holidays in Hard Times
With misery and death all about us, what right has anybody to pay attention to Christmas? Fortunately, the overwhelming majority always rejects this view, and people go on cheerfully observing Christmas in the most dreary circumstances. People withou
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