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There has always been a debate about whether cats or dogs make the best pet. While arguments from either side are often fruitless in their attempts to convince the other, each raises great points about why cats and dogs...
What’s the point of following the crowd when it comes to choosing a bathroom vanity cabinet? If the idea of sticking to plain white cabinets puts you off, you’re not alone. Below, you’ll see some of the most unique...
Spices in Indian food are very common. There are almost no dishes in which they do not have their place. And in general, it is not one, but several at the same time. The result is really tasty and...
One of the hardest working appliances in the kitchen is the toaster. Each slice that the appliance heats releases crumbs that, in the long run, hinder its operation. In this text you will learn how to clean a toaster. If...
Improper care of a crawl space can cause major problems for you and your entire home and end up costing you a lot of money in the long run. When you neglect your crawl space for a long time,...
Basement waterproofing is something most homeowners don't think about until it's way too late to save a house. When there's a severe weather event or the ground gets really wet, your basement floods, and the damage is extensive. Even...
Smell is the dog's most developed sense, well above sight. Compared to humans, the dog's sense of smell is between 10 000 and 100 000 times more powerful. The dog's sense of smell has between 150 and 300 million...
So far there are few reported cases in pregnant women. This is why there is little data on how the coronavirus (COVID-19) affects pregnancy. Let's count what is known so far. Do I still have to go to pregnancy check-ups? Yes....
A child’s age and gender affect how they want their food arranged on their plate, research shows. “As a researcher, I have anecdotally heard parents say that their children prefer to have their food served in a particular way, including...
Between 1940 and 2009, the number of US births to unmarried women increased from about 4 percent to nearly 41 percent. New research investigates whether celebrities have contributed to that shift. In 1992, former Vice President Dan Quayle criticized the...