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Summertime Alcohol Beverages With Hidden Calories

It has been a while since we've had a three day weekend. So for many it is a time to celebrate and relax with an alcoholic beverage. While the long standing advice from dieticians is for 2 drinks daily for a man and one for a woman is part of a healthy diet, new research says no amount of drinking...
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Mathematical Formula For Baking The Perfect Homemade Pizza

Friday nights are sometimes celebrated with pizza and sometimes it's just plain fun to make your own pies. But they never seem to cook the same way as it does from a pizzeria. That is, until now. Restaurants are able to deliver crispy pizzas because they cook them in brick ovens that are heated to...
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Simple Math To See If Renting A Storage Unit Makes Financial Sense

The late comedian, George Carlin, said it best that all your house is a place to keep your stuff. But even then our homes may not be large enough to store all our stuff and what's where a storage unit comes into play. Last year the non-profit Self Storage Association found that approximately 12.2...
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Make Sure To Drink Enough Water Today

When it comes to how much water you should drink, health authorities commonly recommend the 8×8 rule, which is eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon. However there is growing evidence that a standard amount of daily water consumption is inaccurate and for many people...
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Algorithm Created For Perfect Coffee-Caffeine Amount For Peak Performance

Believe it or not, there is a coffee sweet spot to get the caffeine you need to avoid tiredness. Thanks to the U.S. military, an ingenious algorithm used to keep soldiers alert can soon be used by you to keep you alert too. Overall, consuming 200 milligrams of caffeine, which is two regular cups of...
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How Long Can You Use Consume Milk After Its Date?

In a world of confusing "sell by", "use by" and "best before" dates printed the products we use, it appears in the world of milk, they're pointless to the consumer! True, that "expiration" date we sometime call it, doesn't mean milk cannot be used. Milk producers apply these dates to give consumers...
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Toddler Milk Formulas Are Mostly Sugar And Salt

There's a new scam on the market and it involves your children. Researchers at New York University and the University of Connecticut warn parents that giving your child transition drinks when switching from infant formula or breast to milk is not only a waste of money but bad for them. They're...
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Healthier Candy Options For Trick-Or-Treaters

Nothing can prompt kids to target your home for a revenge t-ping than handing out treats kids think as "lame", like raisins, pennies or dental floss. While the thought of handing out candies filled with sugar and empty calories troubles you, there is some hope to come to a compromise. For instance...
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This Scientific Song Created To Make Babies Happy

Music can make you feel so many emotions and can soothe the most savage beast. But what about a cranky baby? A child development expert, a musical psychologist, two Grammy Award-winning song writers and a vocalist say they've come up with a baby-friendly pop hit. There were some parameters from the...
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Eating Too Much Sugar Can be Toxic With Math To Figure Out Your Level

Tonight trick-or-treaters will be out in force, ringing door bells and being prompted to say thank you by their parents for the treats they're about to receive. But before you jump into the bounty of chocolate-covered nougat and crunch candy shells, there is good advice from your mom and dad not to...
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