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Family Circle

June 2019

Every issue is filled with quick-fixing, delicious recipes ... do-it-yourself decorating ideas ... fashion and beauty secrets ... plus advice for raising a healthy, happy family - and more!

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Meredith Corporation
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family circle

EDITOR IN CHIEF Cheryl E. BrownCREATIVE DIRECTOR Jaclyn SteinbergEXECUTIVE CONTENT EDITOR Rory Evans* MANAGING EDITOR Sue Kakstys*EDITORIALSPECIAL PROJECTS DIRECTOR Miranda Van GelderHEALTH DIRECTOR Lynya FloydASSOCIATE HEALTH EDITOR Kendall WenaasEXECUTIVE FOOD EDITOR Julie MiltenbergerASSOCIATE FOOD EDITOR Sarah WhartonCONTRIBUTING BEAUTY DIRECTOR Melissa Matthews BrownMARKET EDITOR Zoë RoscoeASSOCIATE EDITOR Ardenis PerezASSISTANT EDITOR Caroline MullenDESIGNDESIGN DIRECTOR Alyce JonesSENIOR DESIGNER Jaclyn LoneyART ASSISTANT Ji Soo AnPHOTOGRAPHYPHOTO DIRECTOR Tina AndersonASSISTANT PHOTO EDITOR Maggie McKennaCOPY, RESEARCH & OPERATIONSCOPY CHIEF/ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Louise CollazoCONTRIBUTING RESEARCH EDITOR Ian HodderEDITORIAL BUSINESS COORDINATOR Christiana BrebnorDIGITALSENIOR DIGITAL EDITOR Ginger CowlesSOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Sugey PalomaresHEALTH ADVISORY BOARDEllen Barrett, MA, fitness; Jeffrey Blumberg, PhD, preventive nutrition; Lawrence J. Cheskin, MD, FACP, weight management; Alyssa Dweck, MD, FACOG, obstetrics and gynecology; Debra Jaliman, MD, dermatology; David L. Katz, MD, lifestyle medicine; Susan Mitchell, PhD, RD, nutrition; Rose…

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family album

Mom: Carolyn Son: Miles Dad: Jonas Son: Leif“At dinner, we talk about our days by playing Rose, Bud, Thorn. Rose is the best part of your day, bud is something you’re looking forward to, and thorn is the worst part.”—MILES (OLDER BROTHER)Carolyn: At night we sit on different sides of the room, put our mini goldendoodle, Maple, in the middle and then we all call her name. She often runs to Jonas.Leif (younger brother): That’s because Dad gives her like a billion treats a day!Jonas: You’re asleep. You miss all the excitement.“Living with Miles is like living with the cast of Saturday Night Live. He does skits about all the members of our family.”—CAROLYN“Leif is a born leader. If he wants something to be different at home or school, he…

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tech that saves summer

Microsoft Surface GoPut work behind you on your week off? Yeah, you can fantasize—and at least resist schlepping a full-size laptop to the beach. Microsoft initiated the 2-in-1 laptop/tablet combo craze, and the most recent Surface Go is its lightest yet, at just a blip over a pound. You’ll use it for work stuff too annoying to type on your phone. Your kids will snag it for games and movies. Microsoft.com, from $399AfterShokz XtrainerzKeep your tunes going in the pool or ocean with these wireless waterproof MP3 bone-conduction headphones. Futuristic Xtrainerz (pronounced “cross trainers”) lie on your temples, not your ears: The sound vibrates through your cheekbones to land in your inner ear—because science. Built-in storage means you can download music, podcasts and audiobooks, and never be bored swimming laps…

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family dinners

Mealtime insights from Sophia, 15, Jason, 13, and their mom, Anne. (JOHNNY MILLER.)“My favorite dish is chicken Parm. It wins the trifecta: chicken, cheese and noodles. But really, I will eat any dish that has chicken in it.”—JASONChicken and Veggie SkilletMelt 2 tbsp butter in a large lidded skillet over med-high. Sprinkle four 4 to 5 oz boneless, skinless chicken breasts with ½ tsp salt and ¼ tsp pepper. Add to skillet and brown 2 min per side. Remove to a plate. Add 3 cups water to skillet, cover and bring to a boil. Stir in 1 pkg (10 oz) yellow rice. Cover tightly, reduce heat to med-low and cook 10 min. Meanwhile, trim ½ lb small carrots and ½ lb thin green beans (haricots verts). Place carrots and green…

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bug bites

Bite BootcampChigger: These tiny orange guys hang out in tall grass near lakes and love to bite where clothing is tight.Horsefly: “These bites really hurt and often bleed,” says Georgia entomologist Rosmarie Kelly, PhD.Mosquito: You might feel an unbearable urge to scratch, but some lucky people don’t itch at all, Kelly says.Tick: “Unless you find the tick on you, you probably won’t know you’ve been bitten,” Kelly says.It could be the flu...or an insect-borne illness. If you have a headache, fever or vomiting after an insect bite, talk to your doc.How to Remove a TickUse tweezers to lift the entire tick straight out of your skin.If any part of the tick still remains under your skin, use the tweezers to pull it out.Dispose of it by soaking the tick in alcohol or flushing it down…

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health news

(PHOTO: (JUICE) STOCKSY)STOP SNEAKY POUNDSHere’s yet another indignity to getting older: weight gain no matter what. “Many of my menopausal clients complain that they’re eating the same healthy diet, yet putting on 20 pounds,” says ob-gyn Anna Cabeca, author of The Hormone Fix. Follow her advice for shedding those unwanted pounds.Eat more healthy fats and fewer carbs.The keto diet has been shown to help with weight loss, and Cabeca recommends getting 65% to 75% of calories from fats, 15% to 20% from protein and 10% to 15% from carbohydrates.Try intermittent fasting.Count the usual number of hours between your last bite of food at night and your first in the morning, then try to lengthen that to at least 12.5 hours. “I typically recommend 12.5 to 15 hours between dinner and…

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