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Best colleges in big cities

Posted By TopDollarInvest on Make Money - Best colleges in big cities Going to college in a big city can be the best of both worlds. Schools can provide a sense of community that supports students as they spread their wings to see what urban life has to offer. Of course, attending college in a big city can be expensive, finding a...
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Not Just a Women’s Issue: How Menopause Impacts Men’s Lives

Posted By Becausemomsays on Creative Lifestyle - When it comes to menopause, it’s a natural transition in a women’s biological life. However, it can be a time that men misunderstand. In order to support your partner during the change, here are 10 things should know regarding menopause. Don’t complain “I have a very intelligent husband. When I’m having bad symptoms he gives...
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Eye on Savings: The 10 Best Places to Buy Cheap Glasses Online

Posted By cashblog on Make Money - In this day and age, it’s never been easier to purchase glasses online. As prices continue to be expensive, people are always looking for alternatives
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10 Fun Novel Ways To Get Cool Things for Cheap

Posted By adimesaved on Finance - Retail therapy is responsible for most people’s joys and pleasures. Though fun, it can sometimes be straining on your wallet. What if I told you there’s a way to reinvent your inventory cheaply? According to one frugal online community, these ... Read More

No Kneading? No Problem! 6 No-Knead Breads To Bake This Weekend

Posted By alwaysusebutter on Food and Beverages -
Everyone loves freshly baked bread in the morning - but no-one wants to get up at dawn to knead it. Well, what if I told you you don't have to?? You can have delicious bread, without kneading, and sleep in a bit instead. Turkish Bread A traditional Turkish bread that's fluffy and made without any...
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Playa del Carmen to Tulum: 6 Travel Options Explained

Posted By apieceoftravel on Travel - During my Yucatan Peninsula trotting, I became besties with the route from Playa del Carmen to Tulum. It wasn’t intentional. But alas, here I am writing an article on what will likely be more than you ever thought you needed to know about how to get from Playa del Carmen to Tulum. Without further ado, …
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Creeping Charlie AKA Ground Ivy – Everything You Need to Know

Posted By planetnatural on Home - Also known as ground ivy, Creeping Charlie is an invasive nuisance ground cover that can quickly overpower grass and ornamental plants. This groundcover is native to Europe, and it was later introduced to North America in the 1800s as bot as a medicinal and ornamental plant. Nowadays, Creeping Charlie has proliferated into a hard-to-kill lawn weed. This ground ivy readily spreads from its seeds, rhizomes/roots, and stems that root at the nodes. Keep reading if you want to know how to get rid of it.  What is Creeping Charlie? Creeping Charlie is a ground-hugging plant classified as an aromatic evergreen and a mint relative. Creeping Charlie is a perennial, meaning it can live over two years and thrives in moist shady areas, though it can also tolerate sun. Creeping Charlie was thought to be a good shade groundcover. A variegated form of Creeping Carlie is usually used in hanging baskets.  Scientific name: Glechoma hederacea Common names: ground ivy, catsfoot, alehoof Family: Lamiaceae (Mint family)              Native Status: Introduced Habitat: Lawns Is Creepy Charlie Really That Bad? Although some homeowners are not fond of creeping Charlie, it doesn’t mean it’s necessarily a nuisance weed; it can add... Read more
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Solved: $20 an Hour Is How Much a Year?

Posted By trendsandtactics on Finance - If you’re currently earning $20 an hour or have just received a job offer that pays $20 an hour, chances are you’re wondering the question “$20 an hour is how much a year?” This post will run through some quick math regarding how to arrive at the right salary number, let you know how much ... Read more
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How I predicted the gig economy in 2014

Posted By Thecameronjournal on Personal -

Gig work and contract work is on the rise. I thought this would happen but the implications of it are quite harrowing, especially in a post-pandemic atmosphere.
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How Long Can Guppies Go Without Food? Diet Explained

Posted By FishKWisdom on Pets - How Long Can Guppies Go Without Food? Guppies are some of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish in the fishkeeping hobby, and for a good reason! They are low-maintenance bursts of fun and exciting color in any tank. How long can guppies go without food? Two whole weeks! Guppy fish are foragers with big appetites, [...]
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How the 2023 Tax Brackets Will Affect Your Bottom Line

Posted By fwo on Finance - Tax bracket is a topic the majority would avoid, but crucial during times when your income can’t cope with inflation.  The US adopts a progressive tax system for single filers, married couples filing separate or joint returns, and heads of households. You will likely be exempt from paying higher taxes due to the increase in [...]

Why We Get Sick During Winter and How to Prevent It

Posted By Enerhealth on Health - There are many factors that affect how we get sick, when we get sick, how badly we get sick, and for how long. Some of these factors we have a say in, and some not so much.
Colds are caused by bacteria and viruses, however each year when the temperature outside drops, there is a surge in respiratory infections. We often associate these symptoms with the weather around us, such as being in cold rain with no jacket, but this may not be the case. According to Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease expert at the Vanderbilt University of Tennessee, “Respiratory infections are transferred more readily in the winter”. This is for a few reasons, none of them being cold rain or wet clothes.
Number One: Viruses and bacteria thrive in cold conditions. The lack of humidity and moisture in the air evaporates faster, allowing the virus to remain in the air for a significantly longer time than if it was in humidity.
Number Two: We tend to spend a lot more time indoors in the winter season, inevitably prolonging our face-to face contact, as well as our germ exposure.
The best way to reduce your risk of getting sick is by strengthening your immune system. Things like washing your hands with soapy water, getting good amounts of sleep, staying hydrated, eating a good diet, and adding immune boosting herbs to your daily regimen, are all things that will help boost immunity.
Below we’ve compiled a list of our most recommended herbs to help prepare your immune system for the “cold” season as well as some of our best products containing those herbs. These products help to prevent sickness by boosting immunity but can also be used to help alleviate cold symptoms for those times you do catch a bug!
Top Herbs/ Products for Flu Season: 
1. Echinacea
Echinacea is one of the most popular and widely recognized herbs to support a healthy immune system. All species of echinacea contain phenolic compounds, which work in combination to produce immune-enhancing substances. Phenols have antioxidant properties, which have been shown to support overall wellness. Echinacea may even prevent infection by revving up your immune system, as Echinacea may increase the bodies ability to fight germs.
Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Echinacea:
-Echinacea Blend Herbal Extract: A combination of three types of Echinacea in one blend.
-Echinosha Syrup with Elderberry: All the benefits of Echinacea with the soothing power and sweet taste of Elderberry.
-Honey ‘N Propolis Throat Spray: Coat your throat with long lasting relief and a yummy honey taste.
2. Elderberry
Many people consider the Elderberry plant to be one of the most powerful for preventing and treating colds. Elderberry fruit and flowers have been used for centuries in folk medicine, commonly made into syrups or lozenges to relieve coughs. Some researchers even claim Elderberry syrups can help shorten the duration of some illnesses and make them less severe.
Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Elderberry:
Elderberry Extract: An extract to keep you feeling balanced and provide positive effects to the immune system.
Echinosha Syrup with Elderberry: All the benefits of Echinacea with the soothing power and sweet taste of Elderberry in a convenient syrup.
3. Mullein Leaf
The Mullein plant has been around for thousands of years and has a reputation as a respiratory remedy. The most commonly used part of the plant is the leaf and it's been used historically to help treat cough, congestion and pain. The velvety leaves are soothing to the respiratory tract and mucous membranes and said to promote healthy lungs.  
Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Mullein Leaf:
-Mullein Leaf Extract: All the benefits of Mullein Leaf in one bottle
-Lung Renewal: A cleansing formula targeting the lungs and respiratory system
-Bronchial Strength: Supports bronchial passageways and lung health
4. Yerba Mansa Root
Yerba Mansa Root is an herb used commonly for treating cold symptoms, it has been used historically by the Southwest and Native Americans for a variety of ailments, specifically referring to systems in the body that have become stagnant, interrupting the flow of fluids in our body. This herb is very popular for dealing with thick phlegm and reducing mucus. In addition to supporting our natural immune responses, this herb can break up congestion allowing our body to recover quicker.
Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Yerba Mansa Root:
-Nettles Decongestant: Designed to clear our congestion and promote a proper inflammatory response.
-Echinosha Herbal Extract: A combination of potent herbs for supporting immune health.
-Lung Renewal: A cleansing formula targeting the lungs and respiratory system.
5. Osha root
Many traditional and holistic health communities consider Osha to be a plant medicine panacea, it has been used for centuries by Native Americans and thought to be a useful agent in combatting respiratory conditions. Osha root contains several antioxidants and antimicrobial properties that may reduce inflammation and protect lungs from viruses and infections. It has even been used as a decongestant to help treat the flu and common cold. When taken regularly, this root can do wonders for strengthening immunity and battling respiratory ailments.

 Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Osha Root:

-Echinosha Herbal Extract: A combination of potent herbs for supporting immune health.
-Cough Calming Blend: A combination of expectorant herbs designed to calm a cough fast and effectively.
-Honey ‘N Propolis Throat Spray: Coat your throat with long lasting relief and a yummy honey taste.
6. Astragalus Root
Astragalus Root has been a highly valued herb used primarily in Chinese and other Asian cultures for a very long time due to its value in supporting a healthy immune system and its many rejuvenation properties. Astragalus Root is an adaptogen, meaning it helps the body react to and recover from mental and physical stress by supporting normal adrenal function. Regular intake of this herb can be a wonderful preventive measure for maintaining overall health and building stronger immunity in times of sickness.
Top Recommended Products for Flu Season Containing Astragalus Root:
 -Astragalus Root Extract: All the benefits of the Astragalus Root bottled up for your convenience.
-Daily Immune Complex Herbal Extract: All the benefits of Astragalus Root combined with a blend of immune supporting mushrooms.
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Lung Renewal
Nettles Decongestant
Daily Immune Complex Herbal Extract
Echinosha Syrup with Elderberry
Echinacea Blend Herbal Extract
Honey ‘N Propolis Throat Spray

11 Cheap Restaurants for a Group: From A Large Family!

Posted By ChaChingQueen on Creative Lifestyle - Eating out at restaurants is expensive, but it is a nice chance to spend time with family, friends or co-workers. We are a family of five. We have a large family on both sides. There are so many cousins, aunts, and uncles in our family. It makes it expensive to eat as a group. Getting...
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He’s Tired of his Wife’s Incompetence While Doing Dishes and Showed Her How to do them Properly. That Did Not go Over Well.

Posted By NeonMoon on Astrology - Doing house chores is awful. No one likes to do them, but everyone wants a clean living space. When cohabitating with a partner, the expectation...

Using Whiteboards As A Patient Communication Tool In Home Care

Posted By grayingwithgrace on Personal - Whiteboards can be an effective tool for patient communication. With minimal materials and proper safety protocols, caregivers can improve engagement and satisfaction with visual reminders, checklists, and color-coded labels, ensuring positive outcomes.

Reasons to Fall in Love with the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

Posted By wanderwithalex on Travel - Prepare for an unforgettable Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino vacation! This stunning resort is perfectly situated right on Palm Beach!

Top 8 Best Value Investing Websites and Apps in 2023

Posted By hashtaginvesting on Finance - Value Investing is not just about picking the stocks at the right value, but rather about the right perspective. As a value investor, you believe that the market reacts to any kind of news, good or bad, as much as the long-term fundamentals of the company. Hence, any piece of news, insightful article, or thought-leadership posts are too precious for value investors.

Top 10 Bands who gave the Best Concerts

Posted By financequickfix on Finance - From the Beatles' iconic rooftop performance to Lady Gaga's outrageous ensembles, live music concerts are an unstoppable force. Whether you're a die-hard fan or only an occasional concertgoer, everyone has their own opinion when it comes to deciding whose show was the most impressive—but who's really served up the best concerts of all time?  We're ... Read more

Top 7 Signs That You’re Insecure

Posted By myworkfromhomemoney on Finance - Some things just scream, “I'm insecure?”; in fact, that phrase is probably circulating around right now on social media. The latest  example would be Hailey Bieber, Kylie Jenner, and Kendall Jenner's behavior towards Selena Gomez. Those women have been tagged as “mean girls.” However, how do you really know when someone is insecure?  Here are ... Read more