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Mole-Checking Apps Do Have Limitations

One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 . That's a lot of people! The good news is with early detection, many skin cancers can be removed before they cause major problems. That's lead to a slew of phone apps to check moles for any signs of cancer. The apps claim to analyze your...
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Homemade Sunscreens Are Not An Effective Way To Protect Your Skin

The self-satisfaction of creating goods yourself is fueling the Do It Yourself craze. It’s a healthy way to escape the stresses of the world and when it comes to what you put in and on your body, it comes down to knowing exactly what ingredients ae included. It's why Pinterest and other websites...
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The Biggest Reasons Couples And Families Fight During A Vacation

Summer is known for hot days, bugs and vacations. While we tend to enjoy our days away from "the norm," occasional disagreements occur and according to a recent survey the biggest conflict between couples on vacation is work. 44% of respondents said they have gotten into an argument with a spouse...
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Nope! Mosquito Repelling Apps Do Not Work

The sales pitch sounds good. Ultrasonic technology omitted from your phone's speak creates a barrier to prevent mosquitoes from bothering you. Both the iTunes and Google Play app stores have dozens of listings for mosquito repellent apps, boasted by glowing reviews and logo soup from appearances on...
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That Peeling Garlic Viral Video Hack Does Not Really Work

Thanks to online videos through social media, you recently learned that you've been eating a burrito the wrong way (Thanks Justin Bieber). As long as you’re not eating it like Bieber eats a burrito, no one should judge. #savage pic.twitter.com/JgKEpdHE6R — Kettle Consulting (@KettleCG) June 19,...
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Turn A Windowless Work Space Into A Place You'd Want To Work

We'd all like to have a work space with a window to view the outside world. Unfortunately, not everyone can have access to a window, which can be a drag. So here are some tips to make a windowless work space feel bigger and brighter. Light the room strategically. Avoid using one central light...
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What Is A2 Milk And The Benefits For Lactose Intolerant People?

If you have trouble digesting milk but have had no success with lactose-free varieties, a relatively new milk that's supposed to be “easier on digestion” may have caught your eye. There are good reasons to include milk in your diet. It packs a powerful nutritional punch, providing protein and fat...
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A Shorter Work Week May Help Save The Planet

Perhaps a reason for all of us to stand up for the environment. Scientists have studied the connection between greenhouse gas emissions and the number of hours people work every week to determine how many hours per week of work our current climate can actually afford. Shockingly they suggest...
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Cactus Water

First, there was coconut water. Then Maple Water. Each touting the re-hydrating properties that are supposed to help you recover from a workout. Now make room for cactus water, which is also being praised as nature's Gatorade. Cactus water is made from the cactus fruit, or rather prickly pear...
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The Secret In Getting A Pay Raise

One of the biggest challenges in your career is getting the pay you deserve. It also is one of the most difficult and stressful conversations to have with the boss. According to a financial expert, if you're stuck in a rut in your current role and in need of some more money, should grit their teeth...
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