Results tagged with 'cold'
Published March 29, 2015
It's hard to determine if there's more sickness going around than usual, but it seems like there is. With that in mind, here are six local products that might not completely cure what's ailing you, but might make you feel at least a wee bit better.
Published March 7, 2015
If you live in the Midwest or upper East Coast, you're no stranger to winter and everything that comes with it: the piles of snow, ice-covered sidewalks, the non-stop shoveling and, of course, the freezing temperatures. Staying warm when you're not in your toasty car or house becomes a major priority for a large chunk of the year. Here are some tips on layering clothes to stay dry and warm during the next cold snap.
Published Feb. 18, 2015
Cold doesn't bother us. We wear hats. And, these days, Bucks hats seem to be everywhere,
Published July 20, 2014
There seems to be a lot of complaining on social media about the un-summery summer weather this year, but many members of the Social Circle are quite fond of it. But not everyone, of course.
Published March 1, 2014
Milwaukee-area temperatures averaged well-below normal during December, January and February. Is it time for a turnaround?
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Everyone is looking for the weight loss silver bullet. Or at least I am. Well I think I found it. I didn’t pay $199 for an energy-inducing, fat-burning, magic pill. It isn’t a new celebrity-promoted Pilates program. Instead it is something that is in our bodies already. We hav...
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