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5 Ways Your Pet Can Make You Sick

Pets, although they can be the source of joy for animal lovers, have the potential to transmit diseases. Some people may be simply allergic to animal dander but there are several ways a pet can make its human sick. Here are five of the more common diseases that humans can get from their household pets. Skin Diseases Your pet cat ...

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21 Science-Backed Ways To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Over 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and the number is rising. The good news is that genetics play only a small part in determining whether you’ll develop the disease, and there are many ways you can protect your brain. According to the Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation (ARPF), someone develops Alzheimer’s disease every 68 seconds, and the debilitating disease ...

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Brilliant Ways to Reuse Dryer Sheets

Filed under: Home & Garden A lot of us use dryer sheets in our laundry…and a lot of us just toss them in the trash afterward. But, once you see all the nifty ways you can use these things – and save money to boot – you’ll look at them in a whole new way. First, let’s talk cleaning. Dryer ...

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Brilliant Ways to Reuse Dryer Sheets

Filed under: Home & Garden A lot of us use dryer sheets in our laundry…and a lot of us just toss them in the trash afterward. But, once you see all the nifty ways you can use these things – and save money to boot – you’ll look at them in a whole new way. First, let’s talk cleaning. Dryer ...

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5 ways to skip long airport lines

Filed under: Travel Industry, Finance If TSA lines aren’t enough, there’s another summer travel delay to worry about. According to a recent study of Federal data, June and July are the worst months of the year for passport checkpoint waits returning to the U.S. Some airports have average wait times of over 30 minutes, and maximum wait times often top ...

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5 ways to skip long airport lines

Filed under: Travel Industry, Finance If TSA lines aren’t enough, there’s another summer travel delay to worry about. According to a recent study of Federal data, June and July are the worst months of the year for passport checkpoint waits returning to the U.S. Some airports have average wait times of over 30 minutes, and maximum wait times often top ...

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3 easy ways to make money this summer

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Finance If you are looking to put extra money in your pocket this summer, consider switching to a better bank account, credit card or brokerage. Financial service companies are becoming increasingly generous in their race to attract new customers. Switching accounts usually doesn’t take much time, and can be done online. If you do it right, ...

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Easy and Cheap Ways to Make Your Home More Secure

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Home & Garden, Did You Know Did you know: Home security doesn’t always need to come with a hefty price tag? To make sure your home isn’t a target for burglars, use inexpensive plug-in timers to operate your lights and appliances while you’re away. Leaving a small desk radio on for 6 hours a day only ...

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4 ways hotel points beat airline miles

Filed under: Travel Industry, Finance If you’re facing sticker shock from your travel this summer, earning points and miles is a great way to save on next year’s vacation. And while you might think airline miles are the best place to start, there are several ways hotel points can save you more with less hassle. They’re worth a look if ...

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10 ways to become financially sexier

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Finance When it comes to the qualities it takes to become “financially sexy,” several personal finance bloggers have already weighed in. One example is a blog post written by Shannon of Financially Blonde. According to Shannon, a good credit score and a savings rate of at least 15 percent are the biggest indicators of a financially ...

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