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New discoveries decode the symbols and mysteries of the Mona Lisa
An estimated 6 million people view the Mona Lisa each year at the Louvre in France, and new discoveries have uncovered some of the mysteries surrounding this art icon.
 
Spend smart and score brilliantly: Improve your credit score with these credit card best practices
Learn how smart credit card practices can improve your credit score.
 
Try these ideas for light and simple cookout fare
If you're planning a backyard barbecue, fresh produce makes delicious and healthy choices a breeze no matter if you're the host or a guest.
 
Did you know salt reduces stress?
Stress can kill you and the longer you experience stress the worse your health can become. One common household ingredient can help: salt.
 
Is your handbag prepared to help save your life?
Women should carry aspirin in their handbags at all times to be prepared for a sudden heart attack. Here's why.
 
Giving from the heart: Create meaningful, personalized gifts that are quick and easy to make
Don't fall into the trap of giving generic cards and gifts that are often discarded. It's easier than ever to create a special present that comes from the heart, for any occasion, with a few tips.
 
Tax return check has arrived, so buy the shoes
Tires are an investment and, like a good pair of shoes, getting the right fit is important. When it's time to start shopping, there are ways to get the most out of your tax dollars.
 
Digital mirrors, no lines, instant ordering: New retail technologies will change the way you shop
From digital mirrors that allow you to virtually try on outfits to technology that lets you hand-gesture through a virtual brochure, new retail technologies are about to change the way you shop forever.
 
Better than a siren: How new technology is keeping people safe from tornados
Tornado season has arrived for many areas of the United States, and tornado sirens may be the only warning many may receive that a tornado is on the ground.
 
The do's and don'ts, how to prime your credit score before you house hunt
What's the most important thing you need to consider when buying a new home? Hint: it's not location.
 
Caught in a data breach? How to reclaim control of your credit and identity
Do you know how to reclaim your identity if you're caught in a data breach?
 
Groundbreaking new technology helps those with hearing loss who aren't satisfied with hearing aids
If you've been living with hearing loss for a long time, it can be hard to believe there is anything new out there that can help - even if you've tried the most advanced hearing aids. But now there's new groundbreaking technology.
 
Doors opening wide for women to serve in the Navy
The chance to push limits personally and professionally is an opportunity for women in the Navy. Women who seek to pursue what some may consider male-dominated roles are not only welcome, they're wanted.
 
Career and technical training give students a competitive edge
Students who take career and technical courses are in high demand, and earn more than high school graduates who didn't take CTE classes.
 
Picking the right camp for your kids
More than 10 million kids attend some type of summer camp. Here are some tips to ensure a positive summer for everyone as you look at camps.
 
New tech devices make the perfect gift for your grad
Learn more about how the latest technology can make a perfect gift for the grad in your life. You'll find out which options are available and the benefits of each technology choice that grads are sure to enjoy.
 
Four out of 10 drivers don't know this dashboard warning could save their lives
Knowing the importance of correct tire pressure could help save your life.
 
Throw your retirement accounts into the spring cleaning to-do pile
Spring cleaning is about more than just your garage, basement or wardrobe. It's also about cleaning the clutter from your retirement accounts.
 
Former all-star short stop and professional baseball coach Larry Bowa discusses his painful case of shingles
What disease is so intense it can cause a former professional athlete to experience the worst pain he has ever felt? Learn more about the shingles and who's at risk.
 
National Infant Immunization Week 2014
Immunizations are considered to be one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Over time, successful vaccination campaigns have contributed to the elimination or near-elimination of some diseases in the United States, like polio. But today, rates of some diseases are increasing and could continue to do so if vaccination rates decrease.
 
Tossing and turning at night? Stop counting sheep and start collecting zzz's
Too many distractions are keeping American's awake way later into the night. These tips help a person to relax in time for a good night of slumber.
 
Check the big move off the moving to-do list with ease
When you're planning the big move, you've probably created a lengthy to-do list of everything that needs to be packed, planned and previewed. While you're likely excited about your move, stress can create a bit of an emotional upheaval as well.
 
Planning the perfect Easter egg hunt
If you don't have an Easter egg hunt to attend in your community, consider planning your own and inviting all the neighbors to participate. Here are some tips for planning the perfect Easter egg hunt:
 
Pump it up: Ways to grow the personal trainer profession
Americans are using personal trainers in a proactive approach to their personal health and well-being. There are opportunities in the fitness industry to ensure personal trainers concentrate on health and well-being for their clients.
 
What would Harvey Cushing say about Cushing's disease today?
Cushing's disease has made significant progress since the 1930s, however, there is still much that needs to be done regarding diagnosis.
 
Get decked out with color
Wondering what one of the biggest trends "on deck" is this year? Hint, it is a colorful answer. That's because more and more people are choosing to add color with a waterproofing deck stain.
 
Taking care of your dog's teeth: One more way to show you love him
Most pet parents enjoy hugs and kisses from their canines. But while your best friend is showering you with love, have you wondered if his teeth are clean? Or about how his dental health affects his overall well-being? Good oral care is as essential for dogs as it is for humans.
 
Eight car safety features that could save your life
Car crashes claim loved ones every year. Learn how the latest safety features are keeping driver's safe to enjoy the road ahead.
 
Tax filing and planning tips for small business owners
With an April 15 tax deadline looming, businesses across the country are preparing to file their 2013 taxes. Tax season can be both an administrative and financial burden. New data reports that only 41 percent of small business owners feel very confident that they are maximizing their tax benefits for the 2013 year, according to a recent Spark Business OmniPulse Survey conducted by Research Now. In fact, 22 percent of business owners plan to file for an extension this year. Statistics suggest that small business owners are faced with a lack of resources and tools when it comes to filing their taxes.
 
Through the art of makeup, people with rare pituitary disorders now have unique resources to help address common physical and emotional changes
Makeup tips can help people with Cushing's disease and Acromegaly address facial feature challenges caused by these pituitary disorders.
 
Is bracket-busting technology the key to victory?
Each year technology has a greater impact on our lives and that may be most visible in the world of sports. Long-time sports fans have witnessed the advent of new protective equipment, slow motion playbacks and officials using instant replay to determine the correct call in major sporting events all across the country.
 
Sodium truths: Americans are eating the right amount of salt
Contrary to popular belief, the average American eats just the right amount of salt. In fact every single population throughout the world, regardless of location, state of development, culture and cuisine, all ingest a similar amount of salt when compared to the U.S. average. It doesn't matter if people get their salt from packaged or restaurants foods or add it in themselves, the amount stays fairly constant.
 
Walking: the old way to get fit is new again
With so many fitness trends, you might not think of walking as good exercise. If you're not thrusting a kettlebell over your head, pushing a tractor trailer tire or shaking your hips to a Top 40 dance beat in a scheduled group class, you're not cutting it, right? Well, not so fast. Walking is actually a great way to get in shape. In fact, if you walk often enough and fast enough, the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other can satisfy your body's daily requirement for aerobic activity.
 
Gluten free 101: What you need to know
You've probably been hearing a lot about gluten. Maybe a friend has gone gluten-free or a family member has been diagnosed with celiac disease or been advised to avoid gluten. So, what exactly is gluten? Is it something you should give up too?
 
Expert tips for navigating tax-season changes
With the deadline for filing taxes fast approaching and many changes that occurred thanks to legislative and legal decisions, tax filers will want to keep these caveats in mind.
 
Bridal registry trends inspire new dinnerware traditions
What are the hot trends of the season in bridal registry? For many bridal couples it is mixing something old with something new to create updated dinnerware designs. The table looks refreshed and renewed while allowing couples to enjoy treasured family heirlooms.
 
Couples: Live happily ever after with tips on moving into your first home together
Moving into your first home as a couple is a fun experience. But you will also face challenges like combining your household belongings and determining where you want everything placed. Handling these negotiations well can start your life together on the right foot.
 
Ask the Pharmacist: Expert advice for managing ADHD medications
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is no longer just a condition impacting school-aged boys. In fact, ADHD diagnosis rates are exploding among the adult population - climbing 53 percent overall and an alarming 84 percent for those ages 26-34. Here's what you need to know about this startling statistic and growing condition.
 
Still need to file your taxes? Tips for faster, easier filing
Spring can inspire a renewed sense of confidence and optimism in do-it-yourself activities. For nearly 40 percent of Americans, this includes preparing and e-filing their own income tax return. Like most things DIY, following a few simple strategies can save you valuable time and money at tax time.
 
From farm to suburb, chicken coops are at the heart of the self-reliance movement
Americans across the country are taking strides to be more self reliant, including growing food, composting and raising animals. While these types of activities are most often associated with people who live in the country, residents in unexpected settings are embracing aspects of this lifestyle at increasingly fast rates.
 
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