Author: Beth Skwarecki

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Long before I noticed any fitness benefits of doing burpees every morning, I noticed something else: I really, really, did not want to get out... [Read More]
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If you believe your school district or college is discriminating against students on the basis of sex, race, or disability, you're entitled to file a... [Read More]
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A sunscreen labeled "SPF 15" should let you spend about 15 times as long in the sun before you burn. Pretty awesome, right? Unfortunately, most... [Read More]
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Do not touch this plant. If you get some of the sap on your skin, chemicals in the sap will attack the DNA in your... [Read More]
Tags: Plant - sap - sensitive
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I went through most of my life thinking I was allergic to penicillin. I'd had hives with a dose of the stuff as a child,... [Read More]
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Artificial intelligence isn't just for scary algorithms poised to take over our lives—it can also be a fun thing to play with, as we learned... [Read More]
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Post-flight blood clots can catch even seasoned travelers by surprise, as travel writer Lindsey Campbell recently found out. She stretches before flights and moves around... [Read More]
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Coin cell or "button" batteries are small, shiny, and feel tingly on the tongue. If you're a toddler, that puts them into the category of... [Read More]
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