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Turn off These Three TV Settings

You were extra good last year and Santa brought you a fancy 65-inch 4K ultra Hi-Def television. However for a grand as the picture looked in the store, it doesn't look quite as good (especially for its price) for a state-of-the-art television. But before you box it up and return it, you may want to...
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Tips On Bringing Home A Second (Or Third) Dog

There are several reasons that you may be considering bringing home a new dog or puppy. Before you add a second dog, here are some things to consider. First evaluate your current dog's demeanor. One of the biggest mistakes people make is wanting to add a second dog to a household where the resident...
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Avoid Buying These Items Used

Scoring a bargain feels fantastic! Hitting the thrift store and finding hidden gems is not only good for your wallet but the environment too. But not everything should be bought used. Mattresses top the list. With the resurgence of bed bugs, it makes taking a second-hand mattress risky. Not to...
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Our Phones Are Cauing Us To Loose The Plot On TV Shows

Find yourself having to rewind TV shows because you've lost in the plot? You're not alone! Two-thirds of people worldwide struggle to keep up with the story line of a TV program or movie because they are "second screening," which is watching two screens at once. It's a problem program produces have...
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How To Handle A Bad Haircut

Few things are more traumatic to your confidence than a bad haircut. From stylist using poor techniques or not fully understanding what you want to your getting exactly what you thought you wanted but end up hating it. But the damage has already been done, so how to work with it to boost your...
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Adults May Need A Measles Vaccine Booster

In 2000 measles was basically eliminated in the United States but in 2019, there are nearly 700 cases in 22 states today and the number appears to be growing. For most, the measles vaccine is a safe and effective way to prevent you from catching this highly contagious disease, which can cause fever...
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Ordering The Second-Cheapest Wine At A Restaurant Isn't Good Advice Anymore

A while ago we shared a story that pointed out that you should always select the second-cheapest wine on the menu if you're looking for a thrifty way to control the balance due on your bill while enjoying a glass of vino. The thought is that you don't want to look cheap by choosing the least...
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Four Exercises You Need As You Get Older

: It is known to make you feel better, lose weight, increase your energy and reduce risks of chronic diseases. Yet many people simply do not exercise and that can be an issue as we age. Certain workouts can make the activities of everyday life, such as walking up and down stairs, playing with kids...
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Most Donated Clothing Items End Up In Landfills

While it is a noble idea to donate you used clothing to thrift stores or charitable organizations, most of those donations will still end up in a landfill. According to an investigative report, 84% of all unwanted clothes end up in landfills, which comes to roughly 400 million pounds of trash...
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Marriage Linked With High Survival Rates After Heart Attacks And Stroke

Some say marriage is a slow ride to death but science says your chances of surviving multiple heart attacks or a stroke increases compared to divorcees. It is the latest in a growing body of evidence which suggests wedlock provides significant health benefits, staving off everything from dementia...
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