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Does Your Infant Or Toddler Need Glasses?

Vision tests are conducted on infants starting at six months and a comprehensive eye exam by an eye care professional should be scheduled by age one and repeated before kindergarten.
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Simple Test To See If Your Baking Powder And Baking Soda Are Fresh

If your favorite baking recipes suddenly stop turning out well, don’t panic! Your baking soda or powered may be expired
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Prevent The Gas In Your Car From Going bad

If you're driving less, or not at all, gasoline sitting in your fuel tank could be getting old and stale, and degrading.
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Boost Your Emergency Supply Of Prescribed Medications

Federal health officials are recommending people acquire a several-week supply of the prescription drugs they routinely take for chronic conditions due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Free Apple TV+ For A Year For Those Purchasing A New Apple Device Recently

If you purchased a new iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, or Mac recently, you have earned a free year of Apple TV+. The video subscription service launched last Friday (11/1/19) with original programming, including the return of Oprah Winfrey and her beloved book club! Just log in to your Apple...
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Rental Agreements Beginning In Summer Months Generally Cost More

Think the rent is too high? Then you’ll want to avoid signing a new lease during the summer. A new report from Zillow Group finds that renting at the peak can cost consumers more than $100 a month! Job growth, school schedules and even the weather can influence the amount of demand in the rental...
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Pediatrician Group Recommends Changes For Introducing Your Baby to Food Allergens

Researchers estimate that 32 million Americans have food allergies , including 5.6 million children under age 18. That's one in 13 children, or roughly two in every classroom. That has led the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to update its recommendations for introducing children to food...
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NASA & ESA Looking For People To Lay Around In Exchange For Cash

For once, laying around all day can be profitable! NASA and the European Space Agency are looking for 24 volunteers to test the effectiveness of artificial gravity on Earth for 60 days in exchange for $18,500. During this time, you'll be confined to laying down. And that means everything; from...
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Cleaning Your Mattress

When you think about your most used piece of furniture, chances are you think it's your couch or microwave. But your mattress is used every night and for hours each time. And while you routinely clean your furniture and appliances, your mattress probably hasn't been cleaned since you bought it...
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How To Avoid Tired Bra Syndrome

If you can't remember the last time you bought a bra or the last time you washed the bra you wear most days, you may be suffering from tired bra syndrome. It occurs when you wash and wear your bras for years on end and they became tired and worn out. If you are wearing the same bra two to three...
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