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Four Deep Discount Items To Buy In April

April shower may bring May flowers but April is good month to get deep discounts of these five items, according to Consumer Reports. Vacuums & Floor Care Appliances. Jumping on the spring clean wagon, this month you'll find the best deals of vacuums and floor care appliances. Make sure to shop...
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Woman's Solution For Co-Worker Bad B.O. Fights Firing Under Disability Act

We've heard of stories of co-workers complaining about their hygiene with even a few people quitting their job over it. Amber Bridges never considered her solution to a B.O. problem would get her fired! She was a lead staffer in the Marion County courthouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. As a lead,...
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Christmas Laser Light Display Warnings

One of the popular Christmas traditions is to decorate the outside of your house with lights. Twinkling, icicles and even choreographed to Christmas music. Now it's even easier with a laser light display. One device projects thousands of points of Christmas cheer on your home. However these laser...
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DIY Room Air Fresheners

Fall is full of fresh, crisp and yummy smells and scents. But you don't have to spray scents and burn candles to satisfying your nostrils. You can make home air fresheners from food scraps. Now before you leap towards images of last night's meatloaf or shrimp scampi, think about scents you love...
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Air Turbulence Expected To Increase Drastically In The Near Future

A new study reveals airplane rides may be a lot bumpier in the future. An article printed in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, scientists predict the higher rates of severe turbulence around the world will happen during 2050 to 2080. During that time it's believed severe turbulence over the...
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Why You Should Keep The Air Flow Nozzle Open When On An Airplane

The air inside airplanes has an undue bad reputation, says a doctor who is an expert on the spread of infectious diseases associated with air travel. While there is a lot of evidence that being cooped up inside a cylinder tube for hours with dozens of other people can lead to you catching a cold or...
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Toys From the 1980s Are Selling For Big Bucks

Children of the 80s are paying top dollar for toys of their childhood. From American Girl Dolls to Garbage Pail kids, Gen Xers are willing and able to pay thousands of dollars to get their hands on 30 year old toys. For instance, the G.I. Joe Motorized Battle Tank sold in 1982 can bring up to $950...
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Keep Pies Crisp and Flaky With Epsom Salt

Bakers know the heartache of creating that delicious pie from scratch only to have that crisp crust become soggy overnight! But there is a very easy hack you can use to keep the moisture from ruining your pie, Epsom salt. Magnesium sulfate, as it is known in the chemistry world, works just like...
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Dirty Air May Be The Reason You Feel Bloated And Stressed

Always feeling stressed and bloated at home? While diet and exercise are the first two things you think of to alleviate the symptoms, it may be the air inside your home. China is in the midst of cleaning up its smog filled cities and they have stumbled across some troubling, breathing dirty air...
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Flashing Has Gone Digital And How To Protect Yourself From It

iPhone users are the latest victim of an old and creepy trend of flashers. While we all have images of a trench-coat wearing naked man running around a shopping mall, you'd never think your phone would be the medium for this creepy practice. Cyber-flashing involves the AirDrop feature of your phone...
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