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Tiny Red Spots Appearing On Your Body Could Be Cherry Angiomas

If you ever happened to notice a small red spot on your skin or someone else’s skin, you probably asked yourself what it could be. Apparently, the tiny skin growths, which are composed of blood vessels, are more likely to appear in people above 30, and the factors for such skin growths are hereditary, according […]

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A retired couple spent 5 years and $180,000 converting a dilapidated semitrailer into a ‘monster’ mobile home with a library, spiral staircase, and hot tub. Take a look inside

Clayton Balabanov and his wife, Teresa, wanted to hit the road when they retired but couldn’t find a mobile home to buy that would fit their requirements. Clayton Balabanov was approaching retirement age and knew that he wanted to live out his dream of hitting the road. He envisaged spending his golden years with his […]

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How to Tell Whether Expired Food Is Safe to Eat

Confusion over what expiration dates mean causes Americans to throw out tons of food that might still be perfectly good Every day the average American throws out nearly a pound of food, according to a study from the Department of Agriculture. There are plenty of reasons why good, usable food is tossed: picky kids, overstocked pantries, […]

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The Dangerous Dyes and Other Food Additives States Want to Ban

Following California’s lead, more states are trying to keep harmful additives out of our food and our schools Just a few months after California became the first state to prohibit the use of four dangerous chemicals in food, lawmakers in Illinois, New York, and Pennsylvania are considering similar bans on those and other food additives.  New York […]

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New ‘Water Batteries’ Are Cheaper, Recyclable, And Won’t Explode

Water and electronics don’t usually mix, but as it turns out, batteries could benefit from some H2O. By replacing the hazardous chemical electrolytes used in commercial batteries with water, scientists have developed a recyclable ‘water battery’ – and solved key issues with the emerging technology, which could be a safer and greener alternative. ‘Water batteries’ […]