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12 Sneaky Places Mold Is Hiding In Your Home

Seek and destroy! Stop mold problems before they spread by paying attention to these commonly-overlooked areas in your home. See the list.

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10 Natural Ways To Treat A Fever

Flu season can mean fevers, which are no fun. These home remedies can help keep you comfortable and get you back on your feet fast.

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What The Heck is Hygge?

If you are feeling the chill and blues of the season, a dose of this Scandinavian practice may be in order. But what is it, how do you pronounce it, and why is it trending? We have the answers!

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Heal With Turmeric!

You may know that turmeric is the “golden spice” in Indian cuisines, but it’s been used for centuries for its healing properties. See what it can do to improve your health!

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Make Your Own Cough Drops

‘Tis the season for colds and flu. If you’re someone who likes to make your own natural remedies, this recipe is for you. No candy mold needed!

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10 Reasons To Try Mineral-Rich Bone Broth

Grandma was on to something with her homemade chicken soup. Learn why mineral-rich bone broth is simmering in kitchens everywhere, and how to make it correctly to get all its important health benefits.

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6 Healthy Reasons Why You Should Try Persimmon Fruit

It looks like a tomato and can predict the weather, but this delicious fruit is a nutrition powerhouse. Find out why it earns the name “The Divine Fruit.”

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5 Healthy Secrets About Spinach

Bye, bye boring kale. Spinach is back! Here are 5 things you may not have known about Popeye’s—and America’s — favorite leafy green.

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