Regan Stephens

A dietitian shares her secrets for how to retrain your taste buds — and why now is the perfect time to do so
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An RA flare can cause pain and derail daily life. Here’s how to stave it off and stay healthier.
Eight safe and delightful dates to get you through the winter
Respect, a sense of humor, and two televisions—long-term couples share the secrets to their successful marriages
With all the extra stress this year, it’s normal to fight a little more with your partner. A relationship and communication expert offers tips to elevate your arguing skills and help you resolve problems
When your home has become an office, a school and a full-time restaurant, it’s hard for it also to be a place for rest and recovery. Is it any wonder migraines are on the rise? Our top tips for minimizing migraines during this stressful time
Living in a magic-free world is something we all have to accept, but it doesn't mean we have to snack like mere muggles
Whether or not your team made it to the big game, show your support on Super Bowl Sunday with one of these local brews picked by BeerMenus' John Federico
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New York City’s ABT spread some holiday cheer in Southern California this month with performances of The Nutcracker, and Principal Dancer Isabella Boylston (who played adult Clara) gave PeopleStyle a peek behind the scenes. From her stage-ready lip color to refueling ramen, see all the enchanting moments
Traveling with kids can sometimes mean missing out on the best a destination has to offer, but for Charleston, South Carolina, it's a prime reason to visit. PEOPLE's Regan Stephens highlights the best things to eat, see and do with the whole family
You could spend weeks taking in Philadelphia s rich American history, art museums and culinary offerings, but Photo Editor Regan Stephens gives her short list for making the most out of a few days in the city of Brotherly Love – from devouring an authentic cheesesteak to burning it off Rocky-style
Take your cocktails to the next level with these refreshingly icy, adult-only recipes
From Adam Levine's pizza break to Lea Michele's warm-weather drinks, the festival was a feast for the eyes and stomachs
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These recipes using freshly fallen snow are just for adults — make margaritas, adult slushies and more boozy snow day treats
Not even single-digit temps can keep us from our favorite frozen treats. Here s what we're eating all winter – from the comfort of a cozy couch, of course.