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As the spring season begins, many people will soon start tending to their gardens. While we love our gardens, parts of them can actually be dangerous to our four-legged friends.

A drug used to help control blood sugar in people with diabetes has now been shown to help prevent or slow kidney disease, which causes millions of deaths each year and requires hundreds of thousands of people to use dialysis to stay alive.

Taking your puppy for a walk is a great way to provide exercise for your four-legged friend and yourself. Many people think that dogs just innately know how to walk on a leash, but this is a skill that needs to be taught. With time and training, you two will be going for pleasant daily strol…

Who doesn’t love sitting around the campfire? Of course, it helps to have a place to sit. With the Helinox Chair One, you won’t ever have to rely on a bumpy log—or the cold ground—ever again. These ingenious chairs break down into a size smaller and lighter than a bottle of wine. Yet when as…

The most memorable special occasions often have some elements that are a little offbeat. At weddings, one easy place to add a creative and personal touch is the escort cards, seating charts and place cards that steer guests to their seats in style.

From butterfly clips to polka dots, 1990s trends have been making a fashion comeback. Now, as ’90s babies increasingly reach average marrying age, these trends are popping up all over the wedding industry, as well.

Now that the viral craze surrounding the Instant Pot has quieted down a bit, let’s look at whether it really is an appliance you should add to your kitchen or whether the classic slow cooker will do just fine.

Starting salmon with the skin side down in a pan is a neat way to cook fish. The skin protects the fish from drying out. The skin also releases fat into the pan, which is then used to cook the second side until it is golden brown, no extra oil needed.

Packing for a vacation can be such an exciting experience—sometimes so exciting we forget to put the essentials in our bag. These things vary for everyone, but here are a few necessities (in no particular order) that I don’t leave for the airport without:

Yoga continues to grow in popularity as more people discover the benefits of the greater flexibility and strength it can provide. What’s not quite as popular is carrying a yoga mat from class to class because they tend to unroll at the most inopportune times. Backslash Fit has come up with a…

Time for another ghoulishly good time as the approach of Halloween brings out goblins and gore galore. Haunted houses aren’t the only option for scaring yourself silly this month. Consider this range of terrifying settings. Several are all-volunteer efforts whose proceeds help local charities.

Henry Ford didn’t invent the automobile, but he gets credit for putting the world on wheels and Detroit on the map as a leader in car manufacturing.

As weather cools and beaches close, there is little reason to stay home and be bored. Check out these enticements for close-to-home travel.

Have you ever hunted for just the right pieces of furniture on a limited budget? That is the situation I was in recently, but it turned out to be far more than just buying some new pieces for our home. Rather, the experience was a great reminder of how much God loves me.

In a modest residential area—near farmland, railroad tracks and tall grain-storage silos—is an almost-full parking lot at 5:30 p.m. on an average Thursday.

Q: Over a decade, my salary has tripled (I’m quite well-paid now), my work hours and responsibilities have increased, and—because I’m so frequently tired or short on time—my “outsourcing” has increased, too. Think: frequent takeout, a dog-walker, cabs instead of bus, and a whole lot of shell…

We are high above ground and just below the signature “G” that looms 40 feet tall and 60 feet wide. No point in Green Bay is loftier, and what feels simply gusty during summer would freeze the bone in January.