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Eat Healthier, Even During a Pandemic

At the pandemic’s start, many of us stumbled into a new way of life that necessitated eating every meal at home with just those who lived there. About 80 percent of Americans say they’ve made at least one change in

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New Standards Will Help You Choose an Effective COVID-19 Face Mask

For almost a year, many Americans have been wearing cloth face coverings to limit the spread of the coronavirus—but without clear guidelines on which types or brands of consumer masks are best. That changed this week with the publication of

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Leftovers and Food Safety

Often when we cook at home or eat in a restaurant, we have leftovers. Especially this time of the year. To ensure that leftovers are safe to eat, make sure the food is cooked to a safe temperature and refrigerate

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To Buy A Condo, Or To Not Buy A Condo

If you’re contemplating buying a house, especially in an urban area, you may be asking yourself: Is buying a condo a better deal? What Is a Condo? A condominium, which is like a hybrid between an apartment and a house,

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February marks American Heart Month

The perfect gift this Valentine’s Day is the gift of heart health. Along with Valentine’s Day, February marks American Heart Month, a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime

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Spotting Black Ice

Among the many threats facing drivers during winter is the most dangerous of them all: Slippery, hard-to-spot and potentially deadly black ice. “The biggest danger [with black ice] is that you are at the mercy of your vehicle and the

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How to Protect Your Car in Hot Weather

Cars need some protection from the hot weather to ensure that they run optimally and don’t end up with cracked upholstery. As for those traveling inside the car, the minimization of heat is essential. Protect your parked car from heat.

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Things to do Before You Move Homes

Are you moving homes this year? If you live in the United States, there’s a good chance you might be. Between 2012 and 2013, 35.9 million Americans, roughly 9% of the population, moved residences, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Personal Watercraft Safety

At an average length of around 10 feet, personal watercraft (PWC) may seem small, but they come with some pretty big responsibility. With the horsepower of a large outboard engine and the acceleration of a motorcycle. PWC are not toys.

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Roadside Emergency Kit

A roadside emergency can happen at any time, whether your car is new or old. A range of problems can cause it, from a tire failure or mechanical breakdown to running out of fuel. At best, it’s an annoyance; at

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