• How to Help Your Puffy Eyes

    Even when you have flawless skin, free of acne and blemishes, waking up to dark, puffy circles under your eyes can make your picture-perfect facial complexion far from ideal. Unless you've been up all night crying, you may need to do a little detective work to uncover the source of your under-eye angst.

    What could be the cause of your puffy eyes and dark circles? Let's start with the basics:

    Lack of sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults should aim for 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night. How much sleep are you getting? And do you notice a correlation between your lack of sleep and the appearance of your eyes? Try catching more z's. Remember to stop drinking beverages or drinking foods that may have caffeine in them after noon to help you in your quest for more rest and better eye health.

    Allergies. Do those gorgeous flowers blooming in your neighborhood cause you to sneeze and make your eyes water? Seasonal allergies are notorious for wrecking havoc on your

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    Know the tricks to enjoying it at its bestKnow the tricks to enjoying it at its best
    Disneyland calls itself The Happiest Place on Earth. And we're not going to disagree. But even the happiest place can be a little bit happier if you know the tricks to enjoying it at its best. Sunset Editor-at-Large Peter Fish is a Disneyland fanatic. Here are his 9 tips for making the most out of your summer visit to Disneyland and California Adventure.
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    More time on Mr. ToadMore time on Mr. Toad
    Stay close
    Booking a hotel within walking distance of Disneyland means you don't have to deal with traffic or with the Disney parking lot. That gives you more time on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, which is more fun. The three Disneyland Resort Hotels (the Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier, the Grand Californian) are all a quick walk to the entrance gates. And you'll find a number of outside-the-park-but-still-an-easy-walk-to-the-entrance hotels (http://disneyland.disney.go.com/hotels/good-neighbor/).

    The early bird catches the rideThe early bird catches the ride
    Get there early

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  • The Biggest IKEA in AmericaThe Biggest IKEA in America

    It's currently being built in Burbank, and Ellen has the footage to prove it.

  • Tony Hale Is Going on a CruiseTony Hale Is Going on a Cruise

    He told Ellen about how he's prepared for the trip!

  • Kristen Bell Gets Naked and AfraidKristen Bell Gets Naked and Afraid

    The "Frozen" star told Ellen she was a big fan of the reality show. Naturally, Ellen gave her the chance to be on it herself.

  • Shockingly Salty FoodsShockingly Salty FoodsSalt is so in right now -- as in, in everything you eat. As any healthcare professional will tell you, our sodium intake is out of control. Both the American Heart Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that Americans are swilling as much as 3,600mg of the stuff a day -- more than double the recommended intake of 1,500mg max. We all might as well be walking around with our own personal salt licks. And surprise, surprise: all that salt is not doing your looks any favors.

    Besides contributing to heart disease, high blood pressure and obesity, to name a few, OD-ing on salt dehydrates skin, which means more wrinkles, puffy eyes and dark circles. It also can make you bloated, which -- we don't have to tell you -- will not help you squeeze into those skinny jeans.

    Cutting back on your salt intake isn't as easy as putting down the salt shaker, or avoiding the obvious culprits, like pretzels and chips. Salt is sneakier than you'd think, and it's hiding in

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  • The Scandalous 'Scandal' FinaleThe Scandalous 'Scandal' Finale

    Ellen loves "Scandal," and she shared her thoughts about it with her audience.

  • A Magical Cash for KindnessA Magical Cash for Kindness

    Ellen sent Andy onto the street with a bag of tricks. One lucky person is going to get an extra special trick!

  • Elisabeth Moss Plays 'Heads Up!'Elisabeth Moss Plays 'Heads Up!'

    The "Mad Men" star is a big fan of Ellen's game! They played the category "All the Right Moves," and Ellen had a very special gift for her.

  • Two Pint-Sized Heroes Get a PrizeTwo Pint-Sized Heroes Get a Prize

    Gabbie and Alice have been best friends for as long as they can remember, and they share a passion for helping others. Fortunately, they share that with Ellen as well.


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