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It's the season to feel fluish. Help may come from something Jewish. Long called Jewish penicillin, chicken soup's power to heal has mainly been viewed as folklore but recent scientific studies have proven that it has genuine health benefits, so much so...
Tags: Judaism, Pasta, Nose, Health Organizations, Soups
COS COB, Conn. — “It was a reminder that love costs nothing, but means everything to a mother and her daughter.” That’s how Malinda Dunlap Fillingim felt when her 5-year-old daughter worked hard to give her two quarters for...
3 c. cooked brown rice (according to package instructions. Substitute chicken broth for water when preparing rice. Can make the rice a day ahead). 1 can of cream of chicken soup 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup chicken broth 1 garlic clove,...
Is it a cold, or is it the flu? And what can you do to prevent either? New York otolaryngologist Dr. Sezelle Gereau Haddon MD, Continuum Center for Health and Healing, offers answers to frequently asked questions about cold and flu. 1. When do cold...
Tags: Allergies, Common Cold, Human Body, Flu, Soups
Bucktown / Wicker ParkThere are only a few times in my life where I really wish I had a boyfriend. Being sick goes at the top of the list. Someone to bring me chicken soup. Someone to walk my dogs while I can go to bed early. Someone to get me kleenex with the lotion in it so&...
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It is 4 a.m., and I have something pretty important to tell you. As you know, I write stories for “Chicken Soup for the Soul” books, and a weekly column for newspapers. I have done it so long it sort of rolls out of me, and unless I hit a...
While it might feel like summer, cold and flu season are just around the corner. Stocking up on vitamins may seem like the smart thing to do, but are your wellness methods up to date? We asked Dr. Yael Halaas, an ear, nose and throat doctor based in New...
Tribune NewspapersA bowl of cold, leftover rice isn’t the sexiest thing in the refrigerator but it can be blessedly versatile, giving worknight dinners a push in, perhaps, a new, delicious direction. You can use cold rice in dishes from appetizers to entrees to...
Tags: Peppers, Summer Squash, Lemons, Foods and Beverages, Onions
I have decided that there are two universal languages on this planet. One is the unspoken language between human and human and human and animal, and then there is the language of music. Both, I believe, are universal because they don’t need one...
Tags: Language, Arts and Culture
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