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According to a story in the medical journal Lancet, it’s not what people are eating that is killing them, so much as what they’re not eating. Americans are not eating enough fruit, vegetables, nuts and whole grains. How are you doing?

Tech Talk

Early seasons of popular dating shows now available online [Video]
Report: Young car enthusiasts spend $7.2 billion a year customizing vehicles
5 Reasons Why Americans Privately Share Their Photos
Stream more than 12,000 movies and TV shows freely with new service [Video]
Resolution Roadblocks: Finding Your Hassle-Free Solution [Infographic]
5 tips to avoid email scams this tax season
Old phone, new service? Upgrade your wireless with a SIM card swap
3 tips to make your bathroom more inviting and functional
Fraudsters camouflage themselves as military members online: Be prepared to spot this romance scam
Connectivity is king this home-buying season
You can't 'mess up' with this Valentine’s Day gift for your bearded beloved
4 Ways Female Founders Turbocharge Their Businesses
4 Tips to Find Total Confidence through Music
5 tips for upping your game watching party
5 Self-Care Tips for Parents in the New Year
3 ways to prepare for stormy weather
New year, new smart home innovations for your interconnected life
Tech tools that can help you cut your healthcare costs
How AI is making our lives easier
Simple bathroom installations with big impact for 2019
Goodbye spring cleaning, hello winter refresh!
5 futuristic concepts drivers want most
5 tips to entertain like a boss this winter
Win at winter with a wardrobe refresh [Infographic]
YOUR CANCER Movement Brings Community Together to Recognize Those Making a Difference
One tip for choosing a safer video game for kids
2019: The Year of the Space-Age Home
5 simple ways to stay connected this season
Setting up your home office for efficiency
Why we're hardwired for holiday nostalgia
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