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Not long ago we only used cell phones to make calls or send cryptic, short-hand text messages. Now, we rely on our phones for storing our contacts and calendar appointments, watching videos, checking … more
When sending kids to summer camp, parents have always worried about homesickness, safety and sunburns. One more concern is head lice. The likelihood of exposure to lice increases at places such as … more
Each summer we look forward to the sunny weather, schools closing and the vacations. However, managing your or your family's play, travel and work schedules can be stressful. According to a recent … more
On June 4, 1896, in the shed behind his home in Detroit, Henry Ford unveils the Quadricycle, his first automobile. The Quadricycle was too wide to fit through the shed door, so Ford took an axe to the brick so the vehicle could be rolled out. more
A shiny coat and bright eyes are signs your pet is in good health, but his or her mouth may tell another story. Especially if your pet is on a regular dosage of medication, he may experience dry … more
Being human takes guts, but a sense of bold confidence doesn’t come easily for everyone; and often requires you to start from the inside. You may need to overcome mental roadblocks and bulldoze … more
Have you ever opened a bag of chips and was shocked to see it half full? The problem is that we need to watch the actual volume on the packaging rather than what the packaging looks like because it … more
You may not be a legendary stunt driver, but the car you drive today has a lot of technology under the hood. Whether you’re commuting to work or heading to the grocery store, you want to get the … more
I have known about Pecos Pueblo since I first came to New Mexico. But although close to it many times, I was always on my way to somewhere else. What a mistake! Here are three reasons to visit: … more
My sister recently gave me half of the bag of fresh, sweet corn she’d purchased at the market. Corn is best eaten as soon as possible after harvesting, as its sugar converts to starch. To show my … more
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