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Robotic vacuums are so affordable and ubiquitous now, it almost makes sense to start building a fleet of them.Read more...

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You’ve got problems, I’ve got advice. This advice isn’t sugar-coated—in fact, it’s sugar-free, and may even be a little bitter. Welcome to Tough Love.Read more...

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Dr. Robert Lustig joined us in the studio to talk about his new book, The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains. Dr. Lustig is a pediatric endocrinologist who is also author of the book Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and…Read more...

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“I lost 20 pounds, and I got to eat whatever I wanted!” This is the siren call drawing thousands of people to the nutrition approach known as If It Fits Your Macros, or IIFYM. What started as a way for bodybuilders to cut weight for competition has taken off in the fitness community and beyond. If freedom of choice is…Read more...

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Honey, syrups, and bottles of oil tend to get drippy and sticky over time and, if you store them upside down (as I do my honey), they can spill all over your cabinet, turning your shelves into a tacky mess. Luckily, The Kitchn has a very elegant solution to this: just store the bottles and jars in a ramekin.Read more...

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BioLite, maker of our favorite camping stoves and lighting, is back with a FirePit we’ve been psyched about since we saw it in action back in December. Their Kickstarter launched today and is already... on fire.Read more...

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The most interesting aspect of visiting another country is the people there, so it’s understandable if you want to snap some pics of locals while you travel. But it’s easy to get shutter happy and forget to be courteous while you do it. These tips will help.Read more...

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Art projects are an easy way to bond with your kid and give them a chance to show their creative side. Even cooler are art projects your kid can do that harness the power of the sun. Plus, art projects outside mean less mess for you to clean up.Read more...

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Have you ever heard of emotional labor? The concept has been around since the sociologist Arlie Hochschild defined the term in 1983. It’s essentially the work that we do, either professionally or personally, to regulate and present our emotions in a socially acceptable way—and to care for the emotional well-being of…Read more...

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I tell my four-year-old daughter to “be careful” so often that I’ve abbreviated it to “caref.” It become an instinctual tick. [She’s about to climb out of the bathtub.] “Caref.” [She’s swimming near the pool rail.] “Caref.” [Her knee is really close to her baby cousin’s face.] “Caref.” [She’s skipping inside a…Read more...

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The day before you work from home, remember to transfer any important files, as Fast Company points out in their guide to working from home. If you’re using a different computer, sync everything over with Dropbox, email, or a USB drive. Even if you’re using the same computer, or if you mostly rely on cloud services,…Read more...

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Chipotle is now serving queso and, if Twitter is to be believed, no one is impressed. I probably could have taken their word for it, but I am a “journalist” damn it, so I traipsed to the (very recently installed) Chipotle near me and ordered a cup of the dip.Read more...

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It’s hard to fathom the extent of the Equifax data hack—millions of Social Security numbers were taken—and by now you’ve learned to monitor your credit and freeze your reports. Hackers don’t just have your personal info, though. They may have your credit card numbers, too.Read more...

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You’re in a long, boring meeting. You look up at the clock again, hoping time is passing by faster than it feels, but instead the clock’s seconds hand doesn’t seem to move at all. No, the clock didn’t just pause to mock you, your brain is playing tricks on you.Read more...

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Mealtime is tough with a picky-eating child. There’s pleading, negotiation, and flash visions of him munching on dino nuggets and applesauce at his future wedding reception because you’ve failed to get him to try new foods. Here’s a tool that just might end the struggle: a food maze tray.Read more...

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Is coffee good or bad for us this week? Butter is still okay, right? Are we in a “diet coke will kill you” or a “diet coke is fine” cycle? It can be hard to keep track. But headlines don’t tell the full story. Behind the scenes, scientists aren’t constantly disagreeing and flip-flopping. Read more...

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iOS 11 is now available for download, which means you can upgrade one of your many iOS devices to get features like a smarter Siri, a new app dock on the iPad, and improved multitasking support. It also means you’ll be downloading the first version of a major software upgrade, which isn’t the best idea, especially on…Read more...

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Deadspin A Jogger Dubbed The “Mad Pooper” Is Terrorizing Colorado Springs | The Slot Experts Say The New Trumpcare Bill Will Have Devastating Effects on Women | The Root Anti-Fascists Hunt Down, Knock Out Neo-Nazi for Harassing Black Man | Splinter Clearly Shaken Nancy Pelosi Driven From Press Conference By Activists…Read more...

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Welcome to MmmPop, our exploration of unexpected ways to use soda pop in recipes. Read more...

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Buying a used car can be a little trickier than purchasing a new one. When it comes to used cars there are numerous pitfalls to watch out for—persistent mechanical issues, weird smells, questionable choices on the radio’s presets—but where you buy the car shouldn’t be one of them. If you are looking for a pre-owned…Read more...

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Over at Hacker Noon, designer and iOS 11 beta tester Ryan Lau has detailed the myriad design errors he’s noticed in Apple’s latest mobile operating system. Read more...

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Bluetooth technology can be a godsend for those of us trying to minimize the amount of cord clutter in our digital lives. But when your laptop, phone, or other device is hooked up via bluetooth to a wireless speaker or pair of headphones, and the audio playback starts to stutter, it can be nothing short of infuriating.Read more...

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We kick off today’s top deals with Marvel comics, PlayStation VR + Camera Bundle, Gaming Gold Box, and more!Read more...

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Several weeks ago, we posted a deal on a notebook that you could erase up to five times by putting it in the microwave. Needless to say, reactions were mixed.Read more...

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You might associate cold brew coffee with summer, but that’s because you’re conflating it with iced coffee. Iced coffee is a brilliant way to sell people ice for the price of coffee (which is mostly water to begin with). Cold brew on the other hand is a different process that results in less acidity, among other…Read more...

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