Spicy rosé is the “it” drink of the summer. Following previous TikTok food trends like baked feta pasta and pesto eggs, putting jalapeño slices in rosé wine has taken over social media. But is this just another TikTok fad, or is there some method behind the madness? Drink experts explain below. Experts Featured in This
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Cinnamon, with its warm and inviting aroma, has long been considered a delightful addition to our culinary creations. As a registered dietician, I also know that this beloved spice not only enhances the flavor profile of various dishes — from sweet desserts to savory entrees — but also brings a sprinkle of potential health benefits.
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While each product featured is independently selected by our editors, we may include paid promotion. If you buy something through our links, we may earn commission. Read more about our Product Review Guidelines here. The tenniscore trend is so back (and only partially fueled by our ongoing “Challengers” obsession). If you’re new to the preppy
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The Paris 2024 Olympics kick off at the end of July, but Olympians will experience unusual environmental conditions in the Olympic Village. The Olympics are putting sustainability first by purposefully skipping air conditioning. “Organizing more sustainable Olympic Games and offering athletes the best possible conditions are top priorities for the IOC and the entire Olympic
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Sadly, in our fast-paced modern society, getting restful sleep seems almost like an ever-elusive act. Whether you’re balancing a slew of responsibilities, or constantly worried about different tasks, it’s easy to feel like your brain is constantly switched on, thoughts racing. In this video from PS Fit, breathwork teacher Marlize Joubert provides students the opportunity
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Mia Agostinelli loves snapping pictures of her friends. And because those friends just so happen to be runners, her subjects are often on the move. “In college, I bought a Sony Alpha with the intention of taking street photos around New York,” says the 23-year-old. “When I joined a run club in the city and
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It’s tough to exist in the modern-day fitness world without hearing mention of “toning.” Social media is inundated with quick tips to tone up, while ongoing discourse about thin-but-muscular “Pilates arms” and “legging legs” exposes our collective obsession even further. Touted as one of the most popular fitness goals, toned bodies are impressively (and sometimes
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If humankind has a common enemy, it might be lower back pain. It’s a leading cause of disability worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. It affects up to 85 percent of Americans at some point in their life, reports the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. Even if you’re taking all the right steps —
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During Angela Ruggiero‘s career as an ice hockey defender, she attended four Olympic Games with Team USA and won medals at all of them, including gold at the 1998 Games. But despite her accolades, you couldn’t find many Ruggiero jerseys in the stands — because they didn’t exist. “It was impossible to get my jersey,”
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In 2019, Simone Biles became the first woman gymnast to land a triple-double in her floor routine — that’s a triple-twisting double backflip, if you’re unfamiliar. The move has since become a staple in her competitive performances, and as of June 2024, ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympics, no other woman has completed the move
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