by Michael Walerius and Matthew Devoti Not too long ago, we turned the page on another new year. Resolutions of all sorts accompanied the change in the calendar for many of us. These commitments frequently focus
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I recently purchased a Wi-Fi security cam for my home. Was it to keep a vigilant eye out for “porch pirates” during the holiday gift delivery season? Maybe I’m contemplating adding a smart lock to the front door so
by Candice Boone Every day we are constantly surrounded by bacteria that can cause problems. Even though you can’t disin-fect everything, there are little things you can clean around your house that will cut down
by Bret Hanna Some things in life require constant attention. These eight things require your attention every single week. Toothbrush. Bacteria loves moist surfaces, and very few surfaces are more consistently moist than your toothbrush. As such, toothbrushes
Could new social movements bring about significant change to our view on gender equality by Bryan Silver Unlike some social media movements of the past that ultimately fizzled rather than fueling real change, the #MeToo
by Jessica Zorn Birth control is generally expected to do exactly that; control when and how a woman chooses to give birth. The topic of birth control, however, has been highly politicized by lawyers, lobbyists and the media, among others. For
by Shelly White Rituals are those repeated actions done again and again in the interest of things like: focus, grounding, tradition, cultural symbolism, predictable life rhythms, and feeling a part of something. The current world of
by Leto Copeley Your teen is taller than you and struts around like a grown-up. Don’t fall for it, parents...your job is not over! Years of real-life challenges lie ahead...is your teen ready for the big leagues? 1.
A healthy diet and regular exercise are not the only important health habits. Reading has a significant number of benefits as well, including mental stimulation, stress reduction, increased knowledge and more.
You can’t see it, smell it or taste it. It could be at a dangerous level in your home. Even more frightening? It’s the leading cause of lung cancer deaths among nonsmokers in the U.S.