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Supermarkets stock dozens of options for any given food item, and if you're trying to save money, generic or store brands usually offer a better deal. However, this isn't always the case. So, which products will get you the most bang for your buck?
According to Time, many products from store brand lines -- like Target's Archer Farms and Whole Foods' 365 Everyday Value -- are produced at the same factories as brand-name companies. The ingredients are nearly identical, but the packaging is different.
A milkshake with a slice of apple pie blended right in. A 3,000-calorie plate of pasta. A breakfast that includes deep-fried steak and pancakes (and hash browns and eggs and gravy and syrup). Obesity rates may show signs of leveling off, but it looks like America’s major restaurant chains are doing everything possible to reverse the trend, according to the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest. The group unveils the latest "winners" of its Xtreme Eating Awards in the current issue of its Nutrition Action Healthletter.
Hi there, I'm Sadie, a very sweet Beagle mix girl. I love treats (whadaya expect...I AM a Beagle!) My photographer enticed me with yummy little biscuits. I love you, I love biscuits, I love you, I love biscuits. Needless to say, I am very friendly. You can see my tail wagging in some of my pictures. If you love Beagles and you want to give me a loving, forever home, come by and I'll check you out.
For more information, call Kirk at Haile's Angels Pet Rescue: (352) 377-7001
There is no love on Earth like a mother's love. It's unconditional and all-consuming and more powerful than anything else I know. And we love our children completely: Their hands, their faces, the way they smell, their voices, the way they look when they're sleeping ... All of them.
Well, all of them, except for a few little things. In fact, some things about our kids, we simply can't stand.
Thirteen-year-old Greg Hoffman had been begging his parents for an iPhone all year. So on Christmas morning he was thrilled to find the object of his desire under the tree, but there was a catch.
The phone came with an 18-point set of terms and conditions that he had to agree to before the phone could be his. And the agreement did not come from Apple or the phone provider, it was from his mother.
"Merry Christmas! You are now the proud owner of an iPhone. Hot Damn! You are a good & responsible 13 year old boy and you deserve this gift," the agreement begins. "But with the acceptance of this present comes rules and regulations."
Did you spend too much on Christmas presents? Are Christmas gift cards burning a hole in your pocket? Regardless which side of the fence you fall on, frugal shoppers will find plenty to buy in January. This is an excellent month to stock up on items like linens or to make big purchases like a name-brand HDTV.
Bullet-proof doors and windows, security fencing, surveillance cameras, more armed law enforcement and even pepper spray could be in the cards for Marion County public schools.
And county residents could be asked to pay a sales tax to cover the cost.
The School Board on Thursday directed Superintendent George Tomyn to prepare a comprehensive report on the cost of those measures, all designed to beef up school security in the aftermath of the Connecticut mass shooting.
Need help carrying out your New Year's resolution? There's a map for that: Google has created an interactive geographic resolution tracker, to remind you that you are not struggling alone.
When the clock struck midnight and 2013 was born, many of us quietly resolved to change something. This will be the year we will lose those extra 10 pounds, be kinder to our friends, learn a new language, change career paths, fall in love, and so on. A combination of Google's celebrated mapping and translation technologies, wrapped in a charming design, the new tool encourages users to write down those goals and show the world what improvements 2013 may bring.
For many people, a new year provides a good excuse to begin something different, or to simply try again. Lose weight, get fit, save money. Sure, these are a few of the most common resolutions people make at this time of year, but they are also some of the more commonly broken New Year's resolutions.
It doesn't have to be that way. Here are some of the best apps to help you stick to those goals. All you need is an Android or iOS device and some motivation.
I'm a 3 year old Harrier Mix, and I certainly live up to my name. I love to run around and play. I might not be a puppy anymore but I still have plenty of energy. I will always greet you enthusiastically. For more information about how to make Spunky the newest member of your family, call the Alachua County Humane Society today: 352.373.5855.
Not motivated to hit the gym? Users of the app called GymPact get charged when they skip their workouts but earn cash rewards when they dutifully show up to the gym. And there's no cheating: the company tracks you via GPS.