August 21, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Cailey Rizzo Published August 21, 2017 The New York Times Crossword Crossing, as the cruise is called, will culminate in a crossword tournament.  (iStock) In honor of 75 years of the newspaper’s famous crossword puzzles, Cunard Cruise Line and The New York Times will host a seven-night cruise, during which passengers will spend their time talking about, learning about, and completing crossword puzzles. The New York Times Crossword Crossing will set sail from New York City on Dec. 7. Over the course of a week, guests will attend daily game sessions, lectures, and crossword puzzle-themed activities. Once aboard the cruise,…

August 21, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Holly Van Hare Published August 21, 2017 Eating what you want could be the answer to losing weight.  (iStock) Say you get home after a long day and realize you’re hungry. You open the fridge, craving a cupcake. No, you tell yourself. Do not eat that cupcake. You understand that despite your craving, you’ve read again and again that it’s not a healthy choice. So you scour your pantry for alternatives — foods that pass your “health” screening, that you can eat without the pang of guilt and grease weighing you down after you’ve dined and devoured. More From The Daily Meal 20 Surprising Reasons…

August 18, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Amanda MacMillan Published August 18, 2017 Turns out, your binge sessions could be harming your health  (iStock) If you’ve ever pushed back your bedtime to watch just one more episode of “Orange Is the New Black,” or lay in bed wide-eyed after streaming three exhilarating hours of “Game of Thrones,” this new research probably won’t surprise you. A new study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine is the first to link binge-watching with poorer sleep quality, more fatigue and increased insomnia. Not only does on-demand TV tempt us to keep watching episode after episode, say the study’s authors, but the…