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Reheating Food: Microwave Vs Toaster Oven

Since the creation of the microwave oven over a half century ago, the debate has raged as to what food items you should cook or reheat in the microwave compared to the more traditional oven and more convenient toaster oven. Fortunately foodies have chimed in with their recommendations based on the...
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Battle Depression With A Hot Bath

Depression affects nearly 10% of the U.S. population and is a leading cause of disability for Americans between the ages of 15 and 44. While talking with your doctor about an appropriate treatment plan is something you should defiantly do, new research suggests that a bath could be a fantastic aid...
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Plan For A Healthier Halloween

Halloween is a week away and even being on a Wednesday, you will need to prepare for tick-or-treaters making their way through the neighborhood. Generally we're entering the time of year when our eating habits are easily swept up in unhealthy food choices. So health, fitness and wellness experts...
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Picking Out The Perfect Pumpkin

By now you've thought of how to design this year's jack-o-lantern and a trip to the pumpkin patch is all that's left. Believe it or not, not all pumpkins are the same. There are several varieties all of which have their pros and cons depending on what you want from your gourd. Carving pumpkins are...
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The Home Buying Frenzy Of Today Means It May Make Better Financial Sense To Rent For A While

It has been a traditional belief that it is better financially to buy your home rather than rent. With each monthly payment, you pay down and eventually off your mortgage and own your home free and clear. Whereas with renting your monthly payment will never come back in owning property. Especially...
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Are Unlimited Data Cellular Plans Worth It?

Not too long ago phone carriers were discontinuing their unlimited data plans but now they've returned and can sound like an attractive options, especially with te3xting teenagers giving your heartache with data overages. But before you jump into a contract, you need to know the full extent of...
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Are Sports Drinks Best When Hydrating After A Good Sweat?

It is so important to stay hydrated as it regulates body temperature, allows your heart to work more efficiently, prevents headaches and muscle fatigue, aids digestion, and even boosts your mood. But it doesn't take much for our bodies to become dehydrated, from a great workout to simply being...
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Consistent Sleep More Important Than Amount For Better Grades

For most school student, summer is in twilight with Dixie and Levy classes beginning today and other area schools beginning Monday. As we have a fresh start in reaching academic excellence, this is the absolute key in getting the best chance at top grades; quality sleep nightly and most importantly...
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Students Perform Better in Classrooms Without Cell Phones

As we prepare for the start of a new school year, it wouldn't be surprising if more classrooms implement a ban on mobile devices. While schools that have tried to enforce a "no electronics" policy only to have it backfire with angry parents who want their kids to have access to a phone in case of...
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Office Switched To A Four Day Work Week With Surprising Results

There is more evidence that a four day work week is not only healthier for employees but better for the productivity of a company. A university in New Zealand worked with an employer on an experiment where half of it's 240 employees were paid for 40 hours a week but only worked 32 hours,...
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