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Beware Of Cheap Phone Charging Cables

Finding a bargain is fantastic but as you know, not all bargains are good. When it comes to those cheap phone charging cables you see in a bin by the cash register of a store or online may seem like a good deal but be careful as most knock-offs can actually damage your device. It’s relatively easy...
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How To Tell If Loose, Unpackaged Produce Is Organic

According to the Organic Trade Association, annual sales of organic food is $35.9 billion annually. In fact the US government says the number of organic operations in the US has nearly tripled since the USDA began keeping count in 2002 , currently totaling a record 19,474 operations. Each year...
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The Potential Dangers Of Cheaper Refrigerator Water Filters

Replacing your refrigerator's water filter is not cheap. With many name-brand filters costing as much as $60 every six months, you've probably sought out cheaper alternatives. The problem is that you have no way of knowing whether the cheaper alternatives actually work. In 2017, U.S. Customs and...
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The Difference Between a $30 and $300 Towel Is Not $270!

You can never have too many towels in your home and the more luxurious feeling they are the better! But have you ever noticed how expensive they can be? For most companies, it all starts with the material. Not only do synthetic fibers tend to not feel as luxurious as a plush cotton towel, they can'...
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