5 Signs of Dehydration
As our bodies age, our sense of thirst may not be as obvious as it once was. Here are five signs of dehydration to watch for in yourself and loved ones.
How to Make Your Own Natural Cleaners
The harsh cleaning chemicals you’ve been using for years could actually harm your health. Find out how to create DIY cleaning products using natural ingredients you already have at home.
Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy
You might be surprised by some of the ways you can work toward better heart health. Here’s what you need to know about diet, exercise and sleep to help lower your risk of heart failure.
How Much Will Your Social Security Increase?
Find out how much the COLA went up, new earnings limits and more changes to your Social Security payments in 2021.
What You Need to Know to File 2020 Taxes
Filing taxes can get tricky, but there’s some extra complexity with your 2020 tax return. Between stimulus checks, unemployment benefits and mail delays, make sure you’re prepared to file.
The Right Way to Freeze Fresh Food for Later
Watch these tips to make the most out of your grocery trips by storing fresh ingredients for later meals. Learn which foods you can freeze and how to reduce freezer burn.
3 Fun and Safe Fall Activities
You can still enjoy quality time with the family this autumn. Visiting a pumpkin patch, baking apple pie and taking a hike or drive to view changing leaves can all be safe if you follow CDC guidelines.
Android Settings to Help You See and Hear Better
Having trouble with small text or phone volume on your Android device? Try these features from the accessibility menu to make your phone easier to use.
IPhone Settings to Help You See and Hear Better
Having trouble with small text or phone volume on your iPhone? Try these iPhone features to make your phone easier to use.
How to Make a Sourdough Starter
Try this easy sourdough starter recipe to make delicious homemade bread and other baked goods from scratch.
Is Your Hand Sanitizer Safe?
Hand sanitizer can be an effective backup to soap and water when you can’t get to a sink, but there are some things you need to know to protect yourself against the coronavirus.
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