The Inactive Ingredients In Your Medication May Be Hazardous For Your Well Being

There is very little transparency from pharmaceutical companies as to what is used as the "filler" in not only prescriptions but over-the-counter medicines too.
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Use A Lunchbox To Help Picky-Eaters Find New Foods

Picky eating is something just about every parent deals with at some point.
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New King Of Trash As Cigarette Butts Falls On Annual Coastal Clean-Up List

While some estimates suggest there are 4.5 trillion cigarette butts that are incorrectly disposed of each year, there's an item that tops discarded butts.
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Website Directs Gardeners Where To Donate Excess Fresh Produce To Local Food Banks

Ample Harvest is a website that matches home gardeners with local food pantries so you can pass along your excess produce to neighbors in need
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Changes In How We Spent The 2020 Stimulus Check Compared To 2008

Looking at the spending and saving habits of more than 1,600 people who received their stimulus check by April 21 in an approximate 6,000-person sample.
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Never Store Leftovers with Aluminum Foil

Aluminum foil is for baking, not storing leftovers.
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Food Stamp Benefit Card

You May Be Eligible For Food Stamps

If you’ve been laid off, furloughed or have lost income due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
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When Will We See Toilet Paper Back On The Shelves?

It seems like toilet paper and hand sanitizer should be back in stock by now. But that has not been the case. Over the past month, seeing empty store shelves of daily essentials has become the new normal. But when will we return to the old normal. Not soon, and it’s complicated.
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The Food Bowl Designed To Be Used While Eating On The Couch

The Couch Bowl.
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Cut Down On Food Waste With An "Eat This First" Shelf!

Cut down on food waste by creating a shelf with items with relatively short shelf life.
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