It’s May. Along with warmer weather, comes an opportunity to start a garden. In the 1940s, Victory Gardens were a big part of the war effort. Patriotism was measured by the food you grew and shared with family and friends.
“As part of the... Read More
Only 55 percent of US adults described Memorial Day as a holiday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the Armed Forces
For many Americans, Memorial Day signifies the unofficial start of summer, a three-day weekend of backyard... Read More
Affecting about 16 million Americans, rosacea is a common skin condition marked by redness on the face.
At first, it may only look like flushed cheeks or an outbreak of pimples. But in some cases, rosacea can get worse and cause inflamed, sensitive... Read More
Not sure where to get some creative commons or royalty-free music for your podcast? You’re in luck! Here are some of our favorite sources.
This is one of the older and more well-known royalty-free music sites. All of... Read More
Just like they sound, ductless air systems are designed to function without air ducts. Instead, an outside condensing connects to one or more wall units that deliver cool and warm air for maximum year-round comfort, energy savings, and quiet... Read More
Worried you or your child may be allergic to a pet?
Pet allergies are quite common – in fact, three out of ten people with allergies have allergic reactions to cats or dogs. And with 94 million cat and 90 million dog owners across... Read More
Are your leftovers lukewarm? Did your milk go from fresh to foul in a matter of hours? You may want to check the temperature in your fridge. Chances are it isn’t cooling as it should. But why is it suddenly on the fritz?
To help figure out why... Read More
Netflix’s technophobic smash hit Black Mirror returns next month with three all-new episodes to keep you up at night. With over a year between seasons, we last visited the dystopia of Black Mirror in December with the... Read More
There are many people who absolutely hate the sight of blood. They’re the ones who surf right past the medical shows on tv, who can’t put a bandaid on a child’s finger, who run in panicked circles when someone gets hurt.
This may be you and... Read More
Parental anxiety is widespread. The latest figures from the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) indicate that 40 million US adults carry an anxiety disorder diagnosis each year. This figure doesn’t even reflect the less severe worry and... Read More
There were roughly 6.3 million auto accidents in 2018alone. Nobody plans to have an accident, so many people don’t fully know what their financial responsibilities would be if they were to have one.
Premiums, deductibles, liability. Lots of... Read More
Mowing seems like such a simple task — just fire up the lawn mower, go back and forth across the whole yard, wait a week, and repeat. But improper mowing is the most common reason a lawn loses its good looks. Fortunately, encouraging a healthy lawn... Read More
The Golden City appears to be turning a shade of brown.
San Francisco’s streets have long had a problem with human waste, but new reports show that the Bay Area’s public bowel movements are worse than ever.
The poop data was released by Open... Read More
It’s easy to forget that malware authors are regular human beings with hobbies and interests – not that different from their many victims, in fact.
Take the tendency to embed references to popular culture in malware – as the creator of a new... Read More
The country’s leading depression research organization, Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF), today announced it will host a public symposium on Bullying and Mental Health, on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at the Paley Center for Media... Read More