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This Veggie and Steak Grain Bowl May Be The Most Balanced Meal Ever

This Veggie and Steak Grain Bowl May Be The Most Balanced Meal Ever

Health
Can we just say that we love a good grain bowl? The versatile meal lends itself to tons of healthy combinations. The proof is in this bowl that’s made with fiber-rich farro and veggies like lettuce, zucchini, and roasted peppers. We top the whole thing with a 3-ounce portion of lean flank steak and a dash of crumbled feta cheese to bring you a balanced dish that’s full of the nutrients you need. Healthy whole grains? Check. Veggies? Check. Protein? Double check. Watch the video above to see how you can cook up this superfood grain bowl at home. Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com
See which states offer the most affordable child care

See which states offer the most affordable child care

Finance
If you're tired of dealing with rising child-care costs, pack your bags and move to New Hampshire or North Dakota.Both states topped the lists of the most affordable states for hiring a nanny and enrolling in daycare, respectively, according to a Care.com survey. Other states with affordable child care include Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. Meanwhile, Washington, D.C. and Mississippi top the lists of the least affordable jurisdictions for child care.The average annual cost of a center-based daycare for infants is about $ 10,468, with prices ranging between $ 6,605 to $ 20,209. The average cost for a nanny taking care of one child is $ 28,905, with costs between $ 27,019 and $ 32,677, according to Care.com.Child-care costs have continued to rise over the past four years. Nearly one in t...
Trump reportedly 'hell-bent' on imposing steel tariff despite objections from most advisors

Trump reportedly 'hell-bent' on imposing steel tariff despite objections from most advisors

Finance
President Donald Trump's White House is "hell-bent" on imposing tariffs on steel and other imports, Axios reported FridayThe plan — which was pushed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and was supported by National Trade Council Peter Navarro and policy adviser Stephen Miller — would potentially impose tariffs in the 20 percent range, according to the report.During a "tense" meeting Monday, the president made clear he favors tariffs, yet the plan was met with heavy opposition by most officials in the room, with one telling Axios about 22 were against it and only three in favor, including Trump.The White House did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment, but White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump hadn't made a final decision on steel tarif
14 Most Dangerous Summer Foods

14 Most Dangerous Summer Foods

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OystersIf a summertime trip to the shore always includes a stop at a raw oyster bar, consume with caution: Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Vibrio vulnificus can both can be contracted by eating raw shellfish, especially oysters. In fact, the CDC reported a 52% increase in Vibrio poisonings between 2011 and 2013.RELATED: How to Choose Safe, Healthy, and Sustainable SeafoodBoth of these bacteria cause diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain in healthy people. For people with liver disease, diabetes, cancer, stomach disorders, or any other condition that affects the immune system, Vibrio vulnificus is extremely dangerous: it can invade the bloodstream, causing a life-threatening illness. Half of all Vibrio vulnificus bloodstream infections are fatal.Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.co...
Poll: Most mothers have been 'mommy-shamed'

Poll: Most mothers have been 'mommy-shamed'

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MONDAY, June 19, 2017 -- "You're doing that wrong!"Sound familiar, Moms? It should: A new poll finds that six out of 10 American mothers say they've been criticized for their parenting skills.It's called mommy-shaming, and it goes viral when it happens to the famous. Actress Reese Witherspoon was shamed for giving her toddler cinnamon rolls for breakfast, and model Coco Rocho was judged for giving her baby formula.But a nationwide poll of 475 mothers finds it's a familiar experience for most with kids under age 5 -- and the source of the shaming is most often a woman's own parents.Major areas of criticism include discipline, 70 percent; diet and nutrition, 52 percent; sleep, 46 percent; breast- versus bottle-feeding, 39 percent; safety, 20 percent; and child care, 16 percent."Our findings ...