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Want to Declaw Your Cat? Not in New York

Want to Declaw Your Cat? Not in New York

By David Klepper | Jul 24
New York became the first U.S. state to ban the declawing of cats Monday, joining most of Europe, several Canadian provinces and a growing list of American cities

Toxin Free? Tips to Minimize Exposure in Your Home

Toxin Free? Tips to Minimize Exposure in Your Home

By Ellen Knickmeyer | Jul 24
Federal regulators are sorting out how to handle health risks from a group of widely used nonstick and stain-resistant compounds.

These Purchases Give American Shoppers the Greatest Rush of Happiness

These Purchases Give American Shoppers the Greatest Rush of Happiness

Jul 20
Have you ever bought something just to feel that sudden rush of post-purchase happiness? According to new research, 66 percent of Americans have bought an item solely to feel the rush of buying something.

Pop Culturing: In Season 4, 'Queer Eye' Sticks to its Tried and Tired Formula

Pop Culturing: In Season 4, 'Queer Eye' Sticks to its Tried and Tired Formula

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 19
In "Queer Eye" Season 4, which hits Netflix Friday, the Fab Five get a bit personal but the makeover reality show still offers up the same kind comfort TV.

Study Finds That Americans Only Get 10 Perfect Nights of Sleep Per Month

Study Finds That Americans Only Get 10 Perfect Nights of Sleep Per Month

Jul 18
The average American only gets 10 nights of perfect sleep in a month, according to new research.

These Are the Keepsakes That Americans Treasure Most

These Are the Keepsakes That Americans Treasure Most

Jul 17
A poll of 2,000 Americans explored the sentimentality around keepsakes and found that 25 percent have held onto a keepsake from a previous relationship, while 43 percent harbor a keepsake from a current partner.

Taste of the Tour: The Pitfalls of Owning a French Chateau

Taste of the Tour: The Pitfalls of Owning a French Chateau

By John Leicester | Jul 17
The Tour de France loves castles. Not a day passes without the TV cameras zooming in on one of the country's magnificent châteaux along the race route, conjuring up dreams of living the high life, perhaps with a glass of Champagne in hand.

What Does the Dust in Your Home Mean for Your Health?

What Does the Dust in Your Home Mean for Your Health?

Jul 14
You vacuum it, sweep it and wipe it off your furniture. But do you know what it actually is — and how it may affect your health?

5 Benefits of Our Green Spaces

5 Benefits of Our Green Spaces

Jul 12
Studies show that green space and landscaping contribute to health, happiness, and intellect.

How to Handle Critters in Your Yard (Hint: Not with a Thermos)

How to Handle Critters in Your Yard (Hint: Not with a Thermos)

Jul 11
Encounters with wildlife are becoming more common in towns and neighborhoods as urbanization increases, and people often do not know what to do in these situations.

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