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For Easy, Effective Weeding, Go Back To The Hoe

19 June 2021

I’ll bet that in some corner of your toolshed or garage, an old hoe is leaning against a wall. A hoe that hasn’t seen use in a long, long time, having been replaced by, perhaps, a gasoline- or electric-powered tiller, chemical weed killers, or mulches. 

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Father’s Day Gifts That Celebrate Interests Old And New

18 June 2021

After a pandemic year in which the shape of work and play were transformed, Father’s Day gifts can embrace comforting old favorites or celebrate exciting new interests.

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If You Skip Breakfast You Are Missing Key Nutrients

17 June 2021

Adults who skip breakfast are likely to miss out on key nutrients that are most abundant in the foods that make up morning meals, a new study suggests.

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Being Vaccinated Doesn’t Mean You Must Go Maskless

16 June 2021

For more than a year, public health officials have repeatedly told us that masks save lives. They’ve warned us to keep our distance from our neighbors, who’ve morphed into disease vectors before our eyes.

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Financial Abuse: Help Loved Ones Protect Themselves

15 June 2021

In 2020, the FBI reported a record amount of cybercrime complaints adding up to over $4.1 billion in losses. More than half of those losses were suffered by people aged 50 and older.

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Lawmakers Debate How Much To Pay For Phone Appointments

14 June 2021

It took covid-19 to give millions of Americans the option of telling their doctor about their aches and pains by phone.

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