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      Commonsense Advice for the Holidays

      Jeanne Marie Laskas provides etiquette expertise on topics like gift giving, neighbors, and getting along with your relatives during the...


      10 Tips for Finding True Love and Happiness

      In their new book Love for Grown-ups: The Garter Brides’ Guide to Marrying for Life When You’ve Already Got a


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      11 Table Manners That Still Matter

      If you think people don’t care about etiquette at the table as much as they used to, think again.


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      5 Mythbusting Sleep Tips

      There’s enough conflicting advice on sleep out there to keep even the sounded snoozers among us awake at night. So


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      The Best Graduation Quotes: Speeches from Steve Jobs, Ellen DeGeneres, and More

      Get inspiration to make the future a better place with these motivational graduation quotes.


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      The Psychology of Boiling the Perfect Egg

      Find out how to boil an egg based upon your personality.


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      7 Tips for the Best Sleep Ever

      Rock-a-bye baby You’ve done all the obvious stuff — cut out late-night caffeine, made sure your bedroom is dark and


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      3 Ways to Stop Worrying About Sleep

      Here's how to stop making the problem worse and to start understanding your own sleep style.

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      How to Control Your Dreams

      Here are some steps to dealing with sleep-disturbing nightmares.


      How to Deal With Negative People Who Bring You Down

      Negative people are an unfortunate fact of life but we can learn to react to them in ways that protect...


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      6 Ways to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

      Open the shades Expose yourself to bright light within 15 minutes of waking up. This stops production of melatonin (a


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      5 Ways to Beat Bad Customer Service

      A recent Consumer Reports survey found that two-thirds of customers have been so ticked off by poor customer service that they


      How to Adjust to a New City You May Not Love

      Millions of Americans move each year, but not always by choice. Here's how to make the most of your relocation...



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      5 Memory Boosting Secrets From a Police Sketch Artist

      How many times a week do we try to recall a fact that stubbornly eludes us, like where we put


      6 Nutty and Intriguing Discoveries

      These new prize-winning discoveries will surprise you.

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      What to Do in the Event of an Earthquake

      If You’re Outside a Building… Run to an open space. Quickly move away from buildings, trees, overhead wires, or anything


      Tsunami Warning Signs You Should Know

      First, the ocean recedes dramatically from the shore, then the tsunami appears, looking less like a breaking wave than a...


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      Does Your Child Really Need Hearing Aids?

      Most kids prescribed hearing aids do in fact need them, but if you suspect auditory neuropathy, this is why you...


      How to Make Sure Your Peanut Butter Is Safe

      Find out if yours is on the recall list and get tips on choosing the best spread.


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      What Not to Say to Someone Who Is Depressed

      If you are looking to offer depression support to a friend, make sure you are careful with your words. These...

      5 Eyesight Myths Dispelled

      Check out five common misunderstandings about how our eyes work.


      The 4 Happiest Cities on Earth

      What makes residents in these places so glad to be living the lives they do? Here’s a hint: It has...


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      Fake Happiness Can Bring You Down

      Fake smiles aren’t merely unconvincing—they can damage your mental health, says a new study in the Academy of Management Journal.


      Why We Kick Ourselves When We Feel Guilty

      The psychology behind that terrible feeling.


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      How to Drive in Fog

      As well as reducing visibility, fog causes drivers to lose the sensation of speed by muffling sounds and blotting out


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      3 Incredible Underwater Museums

      Visit the wrecks of the Florida Keys, learn about Mexico's underwater museum, and find out why history buffs will love...