On what's considered one of the most romantic days of the year, the last thing on your mind might be how healthy your food is. Fortunately, there are a few simple Valentine's Day food ideas that you can easily incorporate into your celebration, while also sticking to a healthy diet.
According to researchers at IBM, using a seemingly innocent app to find a date may be the devious first step in an evil plan to bring down the company you work for, or even kickoff the next Sony-style cyber attack.
This year, instead of the same old Valentine's Day plan, buy your special lady a gift that's good for her health to really show how much you care.
Valentine's Day can be annoying, even if you have someone in your life. But if you remove yourself from the corporate cards and necessary relationship affirmation, there's a good message underneath.
Spend some time with loved ones, get moving and, most importantly, get healthy.
Before you head out with your date or loved-one wrapped around your arm, take a moment to consider a few of these tips to keep your special, Valentine's Day dinner a little more heart-healthy.
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Love your mate and Earth this Valentine's Day by going green.
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We've narrowed down a list to our favorite tech-related ways to say "I love you" on Valentine's Day.
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While Valentine's Day can mean romance for grown-ups, this holiday means love, friendship, sweet goodies, and time with loved ones for children and toddlers. Take advantage of this festive occasion by making fun, eye-popping snacks out of healthy foods for your little ones.
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If you're thinking red roses are the way to go this Valentine's Day, think again. Wow your sweetheart with a personalized arrangement.
Choosing the proper gift, card or sentiment during Valentine's Day is a challenge regardless of how long you've been one-half of a "couple."
Forget about pricey chocolate hearts and hand-dipped strawberries. Surprise your lucky valentine with a simple home-cooked treat that shows how much you care.
To really warm the heart of someone you love, try to surprise them with thoughtful gestures and acts of kindness. Remember: actions sometimes speak louder than words.
The most romantic way to celebrate the holiday of love is also the least expensive: Stay home and indulge in a feast of touch, taste and scent.