Skin care: Do creams really work?
Winter is not good to our skin. The wind chaps. The dry air wicks. The combination blows us into the arms of the billion-dollar cosmeceutical industry, which awaits with pricey over-the-counter potions and serums promising to undo the season's damage.
Rich: Southern men and new Easter clothes
Years ago, before fuel conservation became popular and trendy, I was a forerunner to saving gas by combining errands. When I go into town, I spend several hours doing errands that I have been waiting to do. It saves both gas and time.
Don't let your cosmetics cause health problems
CHICAGO — We turn to cosmetics to look our very best, but sometimes all that lathering, slathering, powdering and painting can do more harm than good.