By Jenny Allen
The domestic diva opens up about the pain in her past, the love in her
life, and how she bounced back big time.
Martha Stewart takes a forkful of lemon pie and savors it. "Isn't this
good?" she asks in that trademark low, plummy voice.
We're lunching in her office at the Manhattan TV studio where she's just
finished hosting a live broadcast of The Martha Stewart Show, her Emmy
award-winning daily program. She sits at one end of the sleek rectangular table
After reviewing all of the research, the
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has not
recommended for or against routine screening for
dementia in older adults.1
weight, and see your doctor if you suddenly or
consistently gain or lose weight. For more information, see the topics
Weight Management and
Sometimes doctors automatically schedule routine tests because they think that's what patients expect. But sometimes research shows that testing may not be useful or worth the risks or costs. For example, experts say that routine heart tests can be a waste of time and money. For more information, see Heart Tests: When Do You Need Them?