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The U.S. Cities with the Best Weather

The U.S. Cities with the Best Weather

There is a reason many people dream of living in San Diego or retiring to Honolulu. The weather is warm, and you know it will never snow. If you want to live where the weather is (mostly) good with moderate temperatures and plenty of sunshine, check out this list compiled by the editors of U.S….

Drink More Water…Here is Why

Drink More Water...Here is Why

It boosts your mood Turns out happiness can be found at the bottom of a glass of water. When researchers asked study participants to increase their water intake from 5 to 10 cups per day, subjects reported feeling calmer and more satisfied with their life in about five days. You may heal faster If you…

The Most and Least Literate U.S. Cities

The Most and Least Literate U.S. Cities

For the fifth year, the nation’s capital has been named the most literate city in the U.S., according to an annual report issued by Central Connecticut State University that ranks the largest U.S. cities on six key indicators of literacy: the number of bookstores, educational attainment, Internet resources, library resources, periodical publishing resources and newspaper…

Pet Names Women Hate

Pet Names Women Hate

If you want to win her favors, guys, don’t call her “babe.” Or baby. Or muffin. Or sexy pants. That’s the word from the British company Siteopia.com, which surveyed 2000 Brits recently to find out the pet names they hate the most and the ones they actually like to be called. Of all the pet…

Make Everyday a Good Hair Day

Make Everyday a Good Hair Day

Wouldn’t it be great if every day were a good hair day? How you wash your hair and the products you use can help give you the smooth, shiny hair that is the hallmark of a good hair day. “When shampooing, concentrate on cleaning primarily the scalp, rather than the entire length of the hair,…

What Your Favorite Snack Says About You

What Your Favorite Snack Says About You

The snack food you crave can tell the world all about you. Dr. Alan Hirsch of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago spent eight years studying 800 volunteers. And he discovered a revealing link between food preferences and personality traits in his test subjects. Take a look at this mouth-watering selection…

Calories By Restaurant Type

Calories By Restaurant Type

If you’re trying to lose weight or just eat better so you’ll live longer, you may want stay home at mealtime. The average restaurant entree contains most of the calories, fat and salt you need for an entire day! The studies’ authors, who are from Tufts University and the University of Toronto, say this makes…

Cities Where You Need the Highest Income

Cities Where You Need the Highest Income

(Netscape) Living comfortably is what most of us want. It’s nice to be able to pay the bills, have money left for savings and still have a night on the town every once in a while. How much income you need to do this depends on where you live. Using the 50-30-20 personal finance budgeting…

Best Places to Live in America

Best Places to Live in America

If you ever get to choose where you live — as opposed to moving for a job or for family — consider moving to Austin, Texas. It has been crowned in the number one spot on U.S. News & World’s Report’s “2017 Best Places to Live” list. Why Austin? It’s a combination of factors. Not…

Your Favorite Type of Pie

Your Favorite Type of Pie

America’s favorite pie is apple. But pizza pie is a close second. That’s the word from the Harris Poll, which surveyed 2,178 U.S. adults to find out what we love most about pie. here are the top 12 favorite pies: Apple Pizza Chocolate/chocolate cream Pecan Cherry Pumpkin Key lime Coconut cream Chicken pot pie Lemon…

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