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With so many different cuts of beef—from the 7-bone chuck roast to the tri-tip roast—figuring out the best way to cook a piece of beef can be confusing. This chart from the Cattlemen’s Beef Board and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association can help.Read more...

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When you or your child is sick and all you care about is relief, you’ll perk up at any promise a pill bottle makes. But some of those packages hold no medicine at all, just homeopathic “remedies.” Their makers are legally allowed to lie to you and say these products cure disease, even though they absolutely definitely do not.Read more...

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If you’re an upcoming or recent college grad ready to launch your career, the city you live in could make a big difference in your pay and possible career advancement. Bankrate ranked the 100 largest cities in the US with strong economies to tell you which ones are the best bet for your career growth.Read more...

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Thanks to confusing bundles, hidden charges, misleading promises, and obscure terms, everyone agrees that cable TV and internet providers are the absolute worst. I tried to comparison shop for internet service in my area and ended up an awful mess of sketchy terms, and upsells. It shouldn’t be like this.Read more...

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When you’re mentally done with your job , it’s easy to give up and put in less effort. You hate your job anyway, so what’s the point in trying? It’s a tempting thought, but it usually works in your favor to continue to do good work even when you’re fed up.Read more...

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If you have old towels you’re ready to replace or have headed for the trash, give them new life as absorbent baby bibs instead. You’ll always have clean bibs on hand, save money on overpriced baby gear, and you’ll get a more use out of your towels.Read more...

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I usually don’t bother peeling cucumbers for pickle purposes, but there are certain salads (and cocktails) where I prefer the peel be absent. Composting that pile of peels is a fine option, but you can actually use them to make a tasty, summery, sandwich spread.Read more...

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Lee shorts, five-ply cookware, and cheap packing cubes kick off Tuesday’s best deals. Read more...

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Headaches often take us by surprise. Was it the third cup of coffee? Or this morning’s run? Wait, maybe it was last night’s bottle of wine—who knows. If you get frequent headaches and want to pin down a cause, a headache diary can help you get ahead of your next episode.Read more...

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Anyone who enjoys cooking should invest in pots and pans that will perform well and last a long time, and today’s Amazon Gold Box offers a chance to upgrade your entire collection.Read more...

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If you owe the IRS money and you don’t file or pay your taxes on time, chances are, you’re on the hook for fees. The IRS charges interest and penalty fees for late filing and payments, and this calculator tells you how much you can expect to pay.Read more...

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Deadspin Brandon Phillips Got Hit By Three Baseballs In One At-Bat | Jezebel A Timeline of the Neverending Jay Z and Beyoncé Cheating and Divorce Rumors | Gizmodo Apple Will Know If You’ve Tampered With Its New Macbooks | Gawker Police Chief Admits “Errors Were Made” After Arrest of 10 Elementary School Students |Read more...

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Yesterday, we got a very strong indication that Google is bringing its Android-based Google Play Store to Chromebooks. This could be a game changer. Would it affect your decision to buy one?Read more...

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Everyone has a different way they defend their balance between work and life . If you’ve never tried to attach a dollar figure to how important that balance is to you, you might want to try.Read more...

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Fake profiles and chat bots were the most frustrating part of using Tinder when I compared it to its competitors . They’re everywhere, trying to sell you something or steal your personal information, trick you into downloading malware, or even beg you to send money. If you just want to swipe in peace, here’s what you should look out for.Read more...

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Heading out for weekend adventure is great, but you’ll always want a handful of stuff with you for the ride. Here’s what Everyday Carry reader Pete K brings along.Read more...

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If you have some leftover pasta, or made pasta but prepared too much for your dish, turn it into an easy breakfast by throwing it into a frittata. Plain pasta or pasta with sauce or other ingredients mixed in, it’s all fair game.Read more...

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Twitter has long been plagued with bad eggs spoiling the conversation by harassing other users—and not just with insults, but with actual threats of violence. Now Twitter is making safety a priority.Read more...

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Misinformation is everywhere online, and it’s easy to accept and fall for if you don’t make an effort to challenge your own beliefs from time to time. Playing your own devil’s advocate can help.Read more...

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Last Friday, I found myself on a mission to buy a new bra after realizing that all of my old ones had been worn to near-transparency or had picked up that classic dirt-tinge that’s somehow unique to old underwear.Read more...

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Microsoft released its popular Windows Phone keyboard, Word Flow, for the iPhone today, which lets you easily type texts with one hand and swipe to spell out words.Read more...

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When you were a kid, you probably did sit-ups at school for an ab workout. But is the sit-up the best ab exercise? That’s actually a simple question: No way! There are far better ab exercises than a simple sit-up, which can exacerbate back problems and only focuses on one small area of the abdominals.Read more...

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The sandpaper on belt sanders, orbital sanders, and other powered sanders can get gunked up with sawdust and become less effective unless you clean it. If you have an old tennis shoe around, you can refresh your sandpaper in a jiff.Read more...

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Chrome: Sometimes, gauging whether or not you want to read an article is just about how much time you have at a given moment. Readism is a simple little extension that adds average read times to articles so you can make that choice quickly. Read more...

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The Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ is an early contender in our affordable blender Kinja Co-Op , and Amazon’s marked it down to an all-time low $133 today.Read more...

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