5 Secrets From Former Marriott Employees

5 Secrets From Former Marriott Employees
Even frequent travelers may not know these tips and tricks. Grand Warszawski/Shutterstock With more than 8,000 locations all over the world, Marriott receives millions of guests every day. Whether you're going on a business trip, popping in for a quick weekend getaway, or taking a relaxing vacation, there's a good chance you'll end up at

The 10 Best Amusement Parks in the U.S. for Thrill-Seekers

The 10 Best Amusement Parks in the U.S. for Thrill-Seekers
There's nothing like the anticipation of going up the lift hill on a roller coaster knowing that, in just a few seconds, you'll be zooming down the track at high speeds. Thrill-seekers around the U.S. are constantly looking for the next big thing to give them that rush of excitement and adrenaline. And for those

Delta Is Adding Flights to These 6 Major Cities, Starting Dec. 17

Delta Is Adding Flights to These 6 Major Cities, Starting Dec. 17
The airline is beefing up international offerings and adding new features to some domestic flights. It wasn't too long ago that airlines were struggling with a lack of passengers and demand for flights. But now that air travel has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels, carriers are faced with serious logistical issues that have led to delays

If You Can’t Do This, You May Be at High Risk of Dementia, New Study Says

If You Can’t Do This, You May Be at High Risk of Dementia, New Study Says
This change could be a warning sign about your brain health. Sladic/iStock With a host of various and sometimes subtle symptoms, dementia—a general term for diseases that cause cognitive decline, such as Alzheimer's and Lewy body dementia—is a global health crisis. "Alzheimer's disease and related dementias can be emotionally and financially ruinous for people living

If You Notice This in Conversations, Get Checked for Parkinson’s

If You Notice This in Conversations, Get Checked for Parkinson’s
Health experts want you to be aware of these speech-related symptoms of the disease. iStock Most of us speak to a number of different people every day. These conversations vary from person to person, of course, but there are certain constants in our speech that don't change—unless, of course, there's an underlying issue at play.

This Common Drug Could Help Treat Alzheimer’s Disease, Experts Say

This Common Drug Could Help Treat Alzheimer’s Disease, Experts Say
Although there is no cure for dementia, some things can ease the symptoms. iStock The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative condition that currently affects 6.5 million Americans. By destroying neurons and synapses, which connect neurons and help them communicate, this particular brain disease affects memory, cognition, social behavior, and

Doing This in the Bathroom Slashes Your Alzheimer’s Risk

Doing This in the Bathroom Slashes Your Alzheimer’s Risk
This simple, everyday habit protects your brain health. A neurodegenerative condition that wreaks havoc on memory and cognition, Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia. Right now, 6.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's, and this number is expected to rise significantly in coming years. While there is no one thing you

5 Fastest Ways to Fix Your Thyroid, Doctors Say

5 Fastest Ways to Fix Your Thyroid, Doctors Say
It may be tiny and shaped like a butterfly (awwww!), but the thyroid is a crucial component of your body's wellness—and as such, needs to be cared for and protected. Just consider the thyroid's main function: it releases hormones that help regulate your metabolism, which in turns serves as a source of energy for essential

This Is the No. 1 Liver Cancer Symptom People Ignore, Doctors Say

This Is the No. 1 Liver Cancer Symptom People Ignore, Doctors Say
Don't overlook this easy-to-miss symptom, experts warn. iStock One of the fastest growing cancer-types in the U.S., liver cancer is a serious, life-threatening illness. For patients in which cancer has spread to distant parts of the body such as the bones or lungs, the five-year survival rate for liver cancer is just three percent. However

This Common Condition Spikes Your Stroke Risk by 34 Percent, New Study Says

This Common Condition Spikes Your Stroke Risk by 34 Percent, New Study Says
Strokes are a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S., behind heart disease, cancer, and COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Each year, nearly 800,000 Americans have strokes, of which 137,000 are fatal. An alarming one in three U.S. adults have at least one condition that spikes their