Nutritionists encourage us to eat food chock-full of antioxidants — leafy greens, legumes, nuts and cold-water fish — to reduce our risk of cancer and heart disease. Now, there’s another clear reason to add more antioxidants to your diet: better eye health.
You save someone as a “favorite,” and they send you a wink. What follows is a string of flirty emails, texts, and DMs — it’s going somewhere, but there’s no face-to-face date. If you’re exchanging endless emails that never lead to dates, we’ll explain how to break the cycle.
Driving at night can be more than challenging — it’s also one of the most dangerous times to be behind the wheel. Nearly half of all vehicle passenger fatalities in the United States occur at night. So, how do you know what kind of car headlights are right for you?
Driving can be stressful, but feeling angry when behind the wheel could lead to aggressive driving, distracted driving or even an accident. Here’s what to know about road rage, including tips on staying calm and what to do when confronted with an aggressive driver. (Sponsored by GEICO)
From the northwest coast to the southern shores, common allergies can affect our eyes at different times of the year. We’ve got a list of common allergies — by region and season — and simple ways to protect your eyes against them. (Sponsored by EyeMed)
With emergent technologies like autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and bioengineering multiplying faster than the proverbial rabbits from your high school algebra class, you need a way of staying current without drowning in a sea of technological bunnies. (Sponsored by PROVEIT)
In a tenth of the time it takes to blink, an air bag can recognize a crash, assess its severity, determine the seat occupant’s position, and inflate the actual bag just the right amount. (Sponsored by GEICO)