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Kids need consistent sleep schedules to ensure their ever-changing brains develop correctly. But getting them into a routine is the hard part.
Stomach trouble can make a vacation take a turn for the worse. Some tips can help keep an upset stomach at bay when traveling.
Does it seem like you get eaten up by mosquitoes more than other people? Well, you might be right.
While the industry of caffeinated food products is still small compared with energy drinks, The Wall Street Journal reports sales in the U.S. have increased nearly 50 percent to $1.6 billion since 2008.
From the pages of science fiction to laboratories around the world, scientists are making human body parts.
There just aren't enough hours in the day anymore. Everything needs to be taken care of immediately but, try as you might, you are still only one person.
Sleeping should literally be the most relaxing activity, but studies show most people change positions a dozen times or more through the night.
Looking for brighter, more optimistic skies in 2013? Some high-priced items will become cheaper in the new year.
The Wall Street Journal reports that retailers like Staples adjust online prices based on a customer's distance from a store and a company's competitors.
New ads reflect a new reality. Men are spending more time doing housework.
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