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September 30, 2020 5 min
Because they can live for decades (or centuries in some cases), it's important to choose the right tree for your landscape. Here's how to select the best trees for your zone and site.
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Cancer is our country’s second leading cause of death (after heart disease), yet about 40% of cancers are said to be preventable. So, how can you lower your odds? The experts weigh in on what foods can make a difference in your diet.
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Vehicles harbor a surprising amount of germs and bacteria, but tackling the contamination is easier than you might think.
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These fall-blooming perennials can help brighten up your porch pots as the weather turns cooler. Plus, you can overwinter them indoors if you want to add your potted mums to your garden in spring.
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Planning ahead is the key to protecting your furry friend.
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Here’s why this doctor (and mom of three) is keeping her family home this Halloween.
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Hint: How you heat the water could impact the flavor and quality of your mug of tea.
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Many family fall traditions are going to look a lot different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. We tapped two health pros to answer if it’s safe to visit an apple orchard this season, plus how to stay safe if the answer is, “keep calm and pick on!”
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Pumpkin decor and plaid prints aren't the only ways to dress your home for autumn. These trendy fall ideas give an unexpected update to seasonal decor.
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Brighten the day of any student in your life with a fabulous care package.
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Steer clear of these mishaps to get the best clean on laundry day.
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September 15, 2020 3 min
Curious if there is a way to speed up softening cream cheese? Actually, there are a few ways! And they’re super simple. We've got all the info you need for how to soften cream cheese quickly.
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A 12-year-old boy invented the product to protect his family’s precious ornaments, and now he wants to share the invention with others.
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Apparently America is the only English-speaking country that spells it lasagna.
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This year's Halloween traditions will look different due to the pandemic, but you can still plan a fun night for the family.
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The tradition dates back thousands of years to an ancient celebration in the United Kingdom and northern France.
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These resale sites are treasure troves for secondhand finds.
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Anti-inflammatory smoothies do exist! Instead of blending in boatloads of sugar and artificial ingredients, try these smoothies for inflammation that are stocked with ingredients that may help lower your risk for chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, depression, and more.
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Learn whether banana peels are a good source of nutrition for your plants, or if that's just a myth.
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This cleaning hack easily erases soap scum and leaves a fresh citrus scent.
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