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Common Stain-Removing Mistakes

You remember the time that dollop of meat sauce landed on your white shirt and you started rubbing it vigorously with seltzer to try to get the stain out? That might not have been your best move. In fact, your dry cleaner can take one look at your garment and know exactly which steps you took to...
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Third Grade Girl Creates Wet Dog Drying Coat

There are certain smells that plague your nose. Burnt coffee, body odor and wet dog are tops. Good news about wet dog, there's the Puff-N-Fluff dog dryer, which can dry your recently bathed pooch or just came indoors from the rain. The Puff-N-Fluff is a rectangular piece of material that has four...
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Dog Myths Debunked

Your dog is the cutest, funniest and smartest in the world, but there's a lot we don't know about our best friend and some information that is simply outdated. So we're gonna look at some dog myths and see if they're true or just myths. #1: Dogs are completely colorblind. Come to find out that is a...
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Dry January Has Lasting Affects For The Entire Year

A challenge you many want tackle the first month of the New Year is something called "Dry January," where you abstain from drinking alcohol for the whole month of January. The results, according to a recent study can not only help you lose weight, sleep better, improve your skin and save you money...
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Many Brands Of Dry Dog Food Recalled For Having Too Much Vitamin D

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a massive recall of several brands of dry dog food because they contain up to 70 times the intended amount of vitamin D. When dogs consume too much vitamin D, it can cause health problems including loss of appetite, vomiting, weight loss and, in...
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FDA Warns Of Consuming Products Infused With Liquid Nitrogen

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning aimed at teenagers about the dangers of consuming food and drink products infused with liquid nitrogen. Commonly referred to a "dragon" or "angel breath," can cause skin and internal organ damage. Most recently, novelty snacks and drinks...
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Lawsuit Claims Ginger Ale Isn't Make With Ginger

A New York woman is angry at Canada Dry ginger ale. In particular Julie Fletcher has filed a lawsuit claiming Canada Dry Ginger Ale contains little to no ginger. She accuses the parent company, Dr. Pepper, of misleading her by promoting its ginger ale as "Made with real ginger." Fletcher's attorney...
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Flip Flop Buying Tips

If orange juice is the official drink of Florida, then the flip-flop has to be the official shoe. With another summer set to officially arrive a week from Thursday, we thought you could use some tips on updating your flip-flop collection as the choices are numerous and the prices range from an...
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The Swimsuit You Can't Get Wet

If there was ever a wardrobe malfunction, a new swimsuit from the online retailer ASOS (according to the company is pronounced ace-oss not ay-sos) has many people scratching their heads. The PrettyLittleThing Studded Bandage Swimsuit boasts several features such as "color-block style," "studded...
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Cosmetics You Should Be Storing In The Refrigerator

You've invested a small fortune in cosmetic items. Lotions, powders and serums that make you look and feel great and you never really give much thought in where you place them in between applications. It makes sense to keep your cosmetics when you need them, such as your bathroom. But for some...
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