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Food

Fall in love with cool-weather gardening for a healthy, hefty homegrown harvest

Fall in love with cool-weather gardening for a healthy, hefty homegrown harvest

(NewsUSA) - Shorter days and cooler temperatures mean gardeners everywhere can flex their green thumb that much longer to squeeze every last moment out of the growing season.Cooler temperatures make it a delight to spend time outside in the garden. You'll spend less time caring for crops because of ...

Auto

The Hazards Most Likely to Damage Your Tires

The Hazards Most Likely to Damage Your Tires

(NewsUSA) - Beware of a spoon stuck in your tires?Well, yes. According to a new national survey of auto service professionals, this common kitchen utensil is a potential hazard - albeit one of the more unusual ones - likely to damage your tires if you're not careful about your surroundings. The ...

Health

Energy-Based Devices Are The New Face of Beauty

Energy-Based Devices Are The New Face of Beauty

(NewsUSA) - Beauty, like health, goes beyond the visible surface. While many of us manage our wellness via diet, exercise and check-ups, we don't apply the same 360-degree approach to our beauty regimen. It's possibly due to lack of viable options.Neauvia International Group recognizes this ...

Spanish

Alerta de salud. Realidad versus mito: Lo que debe saber acerca de los piojos

Alerta de salud. Realidad versus mito: Lo que debe saber acerca de los piojos

(NewsUSA) - Es un momento que todos los padres temen. Su hijo regresa a casa de la escuela con una carta del enfermero de la escuela en la que le avisa de que su hijo podría tener piojos. Y luego, comienza la odisea de tratar la infestación. Los piojos de la cabeza son una ...

Home

Old Oak Barrels Find New Life as Furniture

Old Oak Barrels Find New Life as Furniture

(NewsUSA) - Chris Deffenbaugh first saw the potential in repurposing old oak barrels when he saw pieces of an old one in the corner of a friend's basement."Looking at the curve of the old barrel staves, the wooden lids and the rusty rings that once held it all together, I was struck by the ...

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Community

39 Million Hugs and Counting - Amma Visits US, Toronto

39 Million Hugs and Counting - Amma Visits US, Toronto

(NewsUSA) - Mata Amritanandamayi, or Amma, as she is called, is a world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader whose life of service has inspired millions of people to help others.Saddened by the poverty she saw around her in rural India as a young girl, she resolved to improve the lives of the ...

Education

Barnes & Noble Stores Reach One Millionth Storytime for Kids

Barnes & Noble Stores Reach One Millionth Storytime for Kids

(NewsUSA) - The time-honored tradition of read-aloud storytelling to educate, entertain, and engage children is nearing a milestone.Barnes & Noble, the country's largest retail bookseller, is approaching its one millionth kids' Storytime since starting their readings over three decades ago.To ...

Seniors

Key Questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

Key Questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

(NewsUSA) - If you're one of 56 million Americans eligible for Medicare, it's important to understand coverage options when selecting your health plan for 2020.Research can take time, and many people find working with a licensed health insurance agent helpful when deciding between Original ...

Computers

Computers: An Afterschool Necessity for Many Young Students

Computers: An Afterschool Necessity for Many Young Students

(NewsUSA) - Shopping for school supplies isn't what it used to be. Sure, kids still need notebooks, binders and pens -- but they won't survive without the latest technology either, namely a computer. According to a recent survey commissioned by HP and conducted by Wakefield Research, computers ...
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