Health and Lifestyles

Four women on being pregnant in a time of uncertainty and upheaval

For women who are pregnant amid a pandemic, a recession and racial turmoil, the future is an anxiety-stirring unknown. They began their pregnancies in the “other world” that promised baby showers, gender-reveal parties, visits with grandparents and browsing stores for onesies. Now, they contemplate how they would handle a novel coronavirus diagnosis, prepare to give…

These creative quarantiners turned their homes into the bars and restaurants they were missing

Quarantine has a way of upending the logic of time. For those self-isolating during the novel coronavirus pandemic, “so much to do, so little time” quickly became “so little to do, so much time.” The hours once spent lingering at bars and sharing plates at restaurants are now spent at home, with takeout margaritas in…

Journalists are reexamining their reliance on a longtime source: The police

Journalists are reexamining their reliance on a longtime source: The police - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofileNext articleshomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post LogocloseEmailBioFollowcloseEmailBioFollowarrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you…

What Is The Right Way To Use Careprost For Eyelash Growth?

Careprost Solution is one of the extremely prescribed ophthalmic solutions today. This solution is useful to lessen intraocular pressure and heal hypotrichosis, a state of insufficient hair on the lashes. This eye drop is particularly developed to take care of eyes from several problems that they face due to genetic factors or environmental modifications. You…

Save that pasta water. It’s the key to this creamy goat cheese sauce.

Overview Ingredients StepsA big bowl of warm pasta often was my go-to on weeknights when I didn’t feel like cooking. I’d boil it, toss it with olive oil, assorted dried herbs and grated Parmesan, and dig in.Then, I discovered how with just the tiniest bit more effort, I could go from a satisfying bowl of…

KidsPost Summer Book Club: ‘Music for Tigers’

Heng Zeng for The Washington PostMusic for TigersBy Michelle KadarusmanAges 8 to 12Imagine wanting to focus on a favorite pastime during your middle-school summer vacation, but instead you are sent 10,000 miles away from home.At the start of Michelle Kadarusman’s “Music for Tigers,” Louisa has traveled from Toronto, Canada, to the Australian island of Tasmania.…

Carolyn Hax: She was (hypothetically) stepping out so he (hypothetically) walked out

(Nick Galifianakis/for The Washington Post)Dear Carolyn: I realize every relationship is different. Regardless, consider a "typical" marriage of a couple who married young. Five years later, he walks in on her cheating. He walks out. End of relationship. Does this reflect his strength and ability to leave, his power not to be controlled by fear…

Hints From Heloise: Mom wants to serve Shrimp Dijon when son comes home

Dear Heloise: When my son came home for a visit, I made your Shrimp Dijon and he loved it! I have misplaced the recipe, but I want to make it again when he comes home from overseas. He's served his country, now I want to serve him a dish he really likes. Would you repeat…

Journal Prompts for Discomfort – The Healthy Maven

self-care• Wellness July 1, 2020“Discomfort”, a word I keep hearing swirling around me. This past month has brought up a lot of feelings of discomfort for people in many different ways. If you’re not used to not being able to resolve discomfort, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. So many of my yoga classes…

Miss Manners: Smothered by constant covid check-ins

Dear Miss Manners: I live in New York and am lucky to have many friends concerned for me during the pandemic (particularly from my home country, which is far less affected). I say "lucky," but initially, I was drowning in their concern.At one stage, I received messages from people I hadn't heard from for years,…

Ask Amy: Covid doctors weigh skipping family wedding

Dear Amy: My fiance and I are both doctors in a midsize American city. We are regularly caring for covid-19 patients and recognize that we are high-risk to be potential vectors. We've spent the last several months being absolutely horrified by this disease and shocked that some don't seem to be taking it seriously .My…

The virus didn’t stop a Washington socialite from throwing a backyard soiree. Then the...

The virus didn't stop Washington socialite Ashley Bronczek from throwing a backyard soiree. Then came the positive tests. - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post LogocloseEmailBioFollowarrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for…

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles In a Week With The Help of...

Dark circles are by their nature not really dangerous.Nonetheless, when left intact, they have the tendency to make you appear older and also hastens the onset of wrinkles. On the same note, they also make one appear to be too tired and older than their actual ages.Luckily, there are ways and means of eliminating these…

This Maryland man was a sanitation worker. Now he is accepted to Harvard Law...

Rehan Staton, a former sanitation worker, is accepted to Harvard Law School - The Washington PostsearchmenumenuWashington Post LogoprofileprofilehomeshareShare on FacebookEmail this linkShare on TwitterShare on PinterestShare on LinkedIncommentWashington Post Logoarrow-rightcomment We noticed you’re blocking ads!Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker. Or purchase a subscription for unlimited access to real news you…

5 Treatments to Help Relieve Sinus Pain

Sinus pain can happen to anyone at any age. While the reasons may be different, the symptoms are usually the same.If you’re experiencing facial pressure, blocked nasal passages, or a reduced sense of smell, you may have issues pertaining to your sinuses.What Is Sinusitis?Sinusitis occurs when there is inflammation in the sinuses. Sinus infections can…