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Couple Of Ways To Boost Up The Scare Of Your Halloween Costume

Halloween is a week from Wednesday and if you're looking to boost up the scare of your costume we've got a few pointers for you! Apply makeup that only appears under ultraviolet LEDs. You can paint your skin with glowing scars, creepy eye makeup, and veiny hands...that only appear under ultraviolet...
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People Are Going Bold With Dark Exterior Home Colors

There is a growing trend with many homeowners of painting the exterior in dark, bold and striking colors. In particular, shades of black are hot. Pinterest is filled with homes painted with shades of onyx, carbon, ebony, graphite, caviar and raisin and they're not bad! Dark, sophisticated colors...
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Glow In The Dark Candies Will Be A Hit This Halloween

As stores replace the back to school items with Halloween decor, you may notice this year's candy trend will be glowing brightly in the dark! Through Halloween, special packages of snack size Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Kit Kat, and Hershey's Milk Chocolate bars will light up in the dark. This year...
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Four Colors That Decrease The Value Of Your Home

We found out earlier this week that putting your house up for sale can make you more money and sell in less time if you do it in May . However your house may miss the boat depending on the color choices used inside. Zillow analyzed 50,000 homes across the country to find that color decisions within...
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Unhealthy Foods Can Be Healthy At Times

Would you ever think of a doughnut as a health food? Or whiskey as a health drink? Well they're not! People who completely deprive themselves of foods they love are less likely to sustain their healthy eating goals. So nutritionists have chimed in who say we can still eat our favorite foods and...
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Foods That Fight Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain is a pain in the butt! Almost 2/3 of Americans experience it every day and while exercising, posture and weight can make it better or worse, your diet can be key in reducing the pain. The golden rule in fighting back pain with food is to consume foods with anti-inflammatory...
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Sorry Charlie, Chocolate Isn't A Health Food As Chocolate Funded Its Own Health Studies

There's been a lot of good news about chocolate lately, with some reports going as far as calling it a health food. Come to find out many of those studies were funded by chocolate manufacturers such as Nestlé, Mars and Hershey's. A nutrition researcher says that over the last 30 years chocolate...
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New Type of Chocolate On Its Way To Stores

In our lifetime there was been three types of chocolate, dark, milk and white. However that is about to change as the first new option of chocolate in 80 years has been unveiled, ruby chocolate. The new type of chocolate is from Ruby cocoa beans and is natural and does not contain any dyes or added...
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Light Roasted Coffee May Be Healthier Than Dark Roast

While dark chocolate has more health benefits than lighter versions, it's the opposite for coffee. A new study suggests that light roast coffee may contain more levels of chlorogenic acid, a well-known antioxidant, than dark roast. They discovered the lighter the roast, the higher the chlorogenic...
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Why Are People Pouring Coca-Cola On Their Skin To Tan?

Coca-Cola is for drinking, not for tanning! The internet strikes again with the latest DIY project that encourages sun worshippers to take Coca-Cola, Pepsi or any cola and spray and pour it all over themselves in hopes of perfecting the perfect tan. For the record, there is no sun protection from...
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