The effects of suffering a stroke aren’t all physical -- depression and fear inevitably follow at some point. Usually, the fear is based on the not-unfounded possibility of having another, even more devastating stroke. In fact, people who’ve had a...Read More»
Poor dietary practices in adults also increase the risk for disease, including cardiovascular disease and non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (also known as mature-onset or type II diabetes).
A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical...Read More»
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Question: Will changing the windows in my home make it more "energy efficient?"
Modern windows not only beautify the appearance of a home, they...Read More»
Dear Gitta: Question: Can you give us some safety tips for the winter - we have just moved into an older home with a fireplace, after having lived in an...Read More»
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Our gas dryer hasn't worked for years. When it did work, we only used it occasionally. The reason: clothes dryers are among the most wasteful appliances...Read More»
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