Jenn Sinrich, Freelance Writer
Jenn Sinrich, Freelance Writer

Jenn Sinrich

Jenn Sinrich is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
Make gathering with loved ones a priority.
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How we choose to start our day often predicts how it all unfolds.
These are the foods that have the potential to increase your lifespan, according to health experts.
Dedicate a tray, shelf, or empty corner to your personal cocktail station.
It's important to get this wedding-planning task done right.
First and foremost, remember that this classic wedding moment is supposed to be fun!
Whether you need utensils and dishware or florals and food, we're spotlighting makers to shop right now.
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Consider this your stress-free guide to entertaining family and friends this holiday season.
What and how you eat are only two factors in this equation.
Whether you need utensils and dishware or florals and food, we're spotlighting makers to shop right now.
Consider this your stress-free guide to entertaining family and friends this holiday season.
What and how you eat are only two factors in this equation.
Salmon, eggs, broccoli, and blueberries are all excellent for what is known as the brain's "white matter."
Keep an eye on your brain: Alzheimer's disease and dementia have different markers than general memory decline.
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Staying physically active, constantly learning new things, and being social are all ways to keep your mind sharp and happy as you age.
Artificial sweeteners and fried and low-fiber foods aren't doing your thinker any good.
Good news: Dark chocolate is on our list.
These two key systems are linked.
If you experience a mid-day slump, your gut may be to blame.
If you suffer from IBS, this diet could be the secret to identifying your triggers.
SIBO shares many symptomatic overlaps with IBS, which is more common, but its cause—bacterial overgrowth in your gut—is much different.
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Anything from the weather to a medical condition might be to blame.
Hot and humid conditions absolutely exacerbate this common bodily reaction.
Plus, we explain what you need to know about shingles, chickenpox's counterpart.
While your strands don't physically age, the processes responsible for them do.