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It’s hard to eat properly when you’re traveling all day. Airports aren’t exactly loaded with cheap options, or healthy ones, even if you have time to stop.
These days, electronics are rarely as simple as turning them on or off. They’re complicated enough that there’s a sliding scale for power usage.
The problem is, if your house is anything like mine, not every beverage you buy ends up being consumed.
Winter can be challenging, both physically and emotionally. I’ll be pulling out the seasonal affective disorder light box eventually. Right now we’re leaning on a handful of things that make us feel better and don’t cost very much. In fact, some of them cost nothing at all.
Buying in bulk is a classic savings strategy, and probably a good idea if you have the space and know you can use what you buy.
Is there anything Consumer Reports doesn’t review? No, not really.
A new study in the research journal Obesity tried out a diet on two groups of women over three months. Everybody ate the same amount of calories. The difference was which meal they got most of them from.
Many at-home teeth whitening tricks people swear by are in fact bad for your teeth, and others are just odd. Brushing your teeth with wood ash? I’ll pass.
Makers of dog food know how willing many of us are to spend on our pets, and they fill the marketplace with high-end ”premium” brands. But does your dog really need the expensive stuff?