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Reheating Food: Microwave Vs Toaster Oven

Since the creation of the microwave oven over a half century ago, the debate has raged as to what food items you should cook or reheat in the microwave compared to the more traditional oven and more convenient toaster oven. Fortunately foodies have chimed in with their recommendations based on the...
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Picking Out The Perfect Pumpkin

By now you've thought of how to design this year's jack-o-lantern and a trip to the pumpkin patch is all that's left. Believe it or not, not all pumpkins are the same. There are several varieties all of which have their pros and cons depending on what you want from your gourd. Carving pumpkins are...
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This is The Worst Type of Boss

There are some great leaders in the office that truly inspire you to do your job better. However there are some terrible bosses that make you want to pull your hair out in frustration and while having a bully of a boss or a micro-manager, there is one that beat them in the bad department. Employees...
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Are Fruit Juices Better For You Than Sodas?

Soda sells continue to slide as more people are turning to natural beverages, such as sparking flavored waters and even fruit juices, to quench their thirst. Considering fruit juices are filled with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants they certainly appear to be a healthier choice than sodas, but...
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Should You Double Space At The End Of A Sentence?

There are two types of people, those who put one space at the end of a sentence when typing and those who hit the space bar twice. While placing two spaces at the end of a sentence was the standard when typewriters were standard, the practice has been deemed unnecessary in the computer age. However...
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What Your Blood Says About Your Health

What is your blood type? Knowing it can give you an insight to your immune system and overall health as well as alert you to potential health problems. It’s thought that different blood types may protect us from different diseases; scientists have been finding links between blood types and illness...
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Combined Shampoo/Conditioners Are Not For Everyone

There is some conflicting information in the world of shampoos and conditioners. With an entire aisle dedicated to cleaning the hair on your head, the simplest one of them all are the two-in-one shampoo conditioner. While there are camps of opinions on the validity of the two-in-one, according to a...
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New Type of Chocolate On Its Way To Stores

In our lifetime there was been three types of chocolate, dark, milk and white. However that is about to change as the first new option of chocolate in 80 years has been unveiled, ruby chocolate. The new type of chocolate is from Ruby cocoa beans and is natural and does not contain any dyes or added...
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Clean Your House By Using Your Personality Type To Your Advantage

Housecleaning isn't a chore many enjoy doing but perhaps you'd enjoy organizing and keeping the house tidy if you cleaned based on your personality. Katie and Kelly McMenamin have run a professional cleaning business in NYC called Pixies Did It [ and just published a book on the subject ]. For 30...
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Climate Controlled Living May Be Harmful For Those With Diabetes

An interesting new study has been released that links room temperature with type 2 diabetes. It suggest that our modern living environment of constant temperatures negatively affect our body’s sensitivity to insulin. With central heating and air conditioning units more common than ever in homes,...
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