Month: October 2019
Doctors may typically hold off on operating until gallbladder inflammation has gone down and antibiotics have started working on an infection. But the study found that waiting more than 72 hours for surgery led to a higher rate of complications and longer hospital stays.Read More
Many men participate in “No Shave November” (my husband included) so I thought I’d go along with this interesting tradition and put up a DIY beard oil recipe. You know… just in case December 1st rolls around and they decide to hold on to that beard they worked so hard to grow! After 30 days …
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When reading to a young child, does it matter whether the book is a physical book or in some electronic form? One small study did detect a difference.
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I used to love making potato soup, clam chowder, and other potato-based soups and stews. Now that we don’t eat white potatoes very often, I hadn’t made any of them in years. I found my old potato soup recipe when I was cleaning out my cabinets, and decided to try a sweet potato version instead. …
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The post What Is Fairtrade? What Are The Benefits & Should You Support It? appeared first on Earthava.
Not all trading is created equal. In fact, two seemingly identical products can come from entirely different sources. While one company respects and compensates its producers, another might exploit workers to make a cost-effective product. This latter reason is precisely why fair trade has become so vital to those working in developing countries — and […]
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