20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You 20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
Do you think you eat healthy? Or do you at least try to avoid things that are bad for you? Well, you might be surprised at what foods —natural foods, not foods soaked in chemicals—have the potential to kill you. Not to be alarmist, or prevent you from enjoying some nutritious fruits and veggies, but it is important to know the dangers. From pit... View Article
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20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened 25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
Marketing teams are tasked with the difficult job of grabbing your attention and convincing you purchase items or services. In years past, many have succeeded in creating effective and compelling marketing campaigns for businesses. But every once in a while marketers get it horribly wrong—and the outcome can be quite detrimental. While great campai... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana - Wyoming)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
We insure our homes, our cars and our lives; however, when it comes to Hollywood, some celebrities have much more at stake. What would a singer do for income if she or he completely demolished their vocal cords? How does a dancer pay their rent if they blow a knee? What does a model do if they disfigure their moneymaker and can no longer model? ... View Article
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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 millio... View Article
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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People 21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
What’s in a name? You may already know that the Earl of Sandwich supposedly invented his eponymous meal in the 18th century, but did you know that bananas foster, Granny Smith apples, and Caesar salad were also named after real people? And no — the latter is not named after Julius Caesar. INSIDER rounded up 21 popular foods and drinks that... View Article
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Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
The first official day of Fall is right around the corner. This year’s Autumnal Equinox falls on September 22, 2017, and with it comes the beginning of many people’s favorite seasons. Sure, the summer has sun and beach vacays, the winter has snow and sports, but fall is an especially magical season that’s often overlooked.  With its stun... View Article
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The Best TV Shows This Fall You Should Watch

September 12, 2017 2:24 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 22159
This is a hugely exciting time for TV addicts: shows have been canceled and renewed left and right, and networks are unveiling their plans for the Fall. Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The CW have already made some big announcements about the new shows they’ve greenlit for the 2017 to 2018 season. See what new and returning shows you’ll be obsessed with this upcoming Fall.

10 Things To Do Every Morning That Will Make For A Better Day

September 12, 2017 11:20 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 16343
Some people dread mornings, and other people relish them. No matter which type you are, there’s still a good chance that you can tweak your morning routine for the better. Next time you wake up, try a few of these 10 tips. Most take a just a few minutes, and they’ll help you feel prepared, relaxed, and ready for whatever’s to come.

Fall Travel: 22 Trips You Should Take This Season

September 12, 2017 10:27 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 13313
There are things about fall that make it an ideal time to travel — like cheaper prices, fewer crowds, and milder temperatures. However, from Vermont’s stunning foliage to Munich’s legendary Oktoberfest, some destinations are simply at their very best during this season. Keep reading for the best fall travel destinations around the globe.

PHOTOS: Hurricane Irma Slams Florida

September 11, 2017 2:42 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 45811
Hurricane Irma paid a brutal visit to Florida on Sunday and Monday after thrashing several Caribbean islands for much of last week. The storm, once a fierce and record-breaking Category 5, had downgraded to a tropical storm Monday afternoon and was gradually weakening as it moved over northern Florida toward Georgia. As the storm’s final gusts dissipate, the southern part of Florida is now reckoning with flotsam and flooding. The extent of the wreckage is still unclear, yet early images emerging from the state show significant flooding and damage to buildings, vehicles, boats, and trees in the Florida Keys, Everglades City, Miami, Naples, and small towns in between. These photos offer a glimpse of the destruction Irma has wrought in the state.

10 Surprising Things That Are Deadly For Your Pet

September 7, 2017 12:25 pm  | Comments: 2 | Views: 26683
Anyone who owns a pet knows that animals have no hesitation when it comes to trying to eat random objects they find lying around the house. Cats chew on various plants and dogs work part-time as vacuum cleaners when food is dropped on the kitchen floor. However, many things that people wouldn’t ordinarily give a second thought to can be incredibly toxic to common household pets. Because animals don’t have the same metabolisms as humans, a compound that human bodies can easily break down may prove to be lethal in a smaller animal at the same dose. Here, we will explore several foods and plants that you may not realize can be potential medical dangers for your pet if consumed.

The 10 Most Destructive Hurricanes In US History

September 7, 2017 10:21 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 15845
After steamrolling several Caribbean islands as a category 5 storm on Wednesday, Hurricane Irma — one of the most powerful hurricanes ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean — continues to churn on what appears to be a direct course toward the Bahamas and then South Florida. The storm is the latest in an already catastrophic hurricane season, which lasts from June to the end of November for the Atlantic Ocean. It follows Hurricane Harvey, which devastated parts of Texas including Houston last week and caused damage estimated to be worth more than $100 billion. The US has seen plenty of catastrophic and costly storms throughout its history, with single events causing billions of dollars in damage. Here’s a look at some of the most devastating, costly storms ever to hit the US.

The Best Under-The-Radar Travel Destinations in the U.S.

September 6, 2017 4:14 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 17036
The US is vast: 3.797 million square miles to be exact. Yet when it comes to choosing a vacation, we often limit ourselves to a tiny fraction of the country. There are plenty of good reasons we would want to visit Yosemite National Park in August, along with 600,000 other people who visited the destination in August; or skiing in Vail, Colorado, in the winter, along with 1.6 million other visitors. But for those prepared to go off the beaten track, there are a lot of lesser-known places that are well worth a visit, especially if you’re looking to ditch the crowds. Here is a selection of some favorite underrated travel destinations — from cities to day trips and national parks, these are all places that deserve a bit more attention.

Famous Love Letters Throughout History

September 6, 2017 12:30 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 13138
In an age of emails and texts, it’s rare that we sit and reflect on our relationships the way couples used to do in love letters. Indeed, it’s one tradition that needs to make a comeback. To inspire you, here’s an intimate look at the romantic words exchanged between iconic couples throughout history, from Abigail and John Adams to Johnny and June Carter Cash.

Where Your Favorite Celebrities Went to College

September 6, 2017 11:43 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 28573
The perks of a career in Hollywood often times gives stars the opportunity to opt out of a college or even high school education. But for some major A-listers, skipping hours-long library sessions and polishing up those SAT scores was a major priority. Perhaps the following stars may pleasantly surprise you since they see the true value in a college education. Check out the following celebrities who attended college, many of whom still continue their education on the off-season.

Why Americans Get the Day Off Work on Labor Day

August 30, 2017 2:25 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 12552
The first Monday of September means that white clothes are out, sales are in, summer holidays are over and classes begin. For many of us (but far from all of us), it’s a welcome day off of work or school, ahead of what is likely to be a busier month than the last. But the Labor Day holiday has a storied past, one of violence and celebration, that’s embedded deep in the history of the American labor movement. And while it has spread around the world in different forms, Labor Day has distinctly American roots. Here’s a quick primer on the meaning and history of the holiday.

25 Places People Are Forbidden From Visiting

August 30, 2017 2:24 pm  | Comments: 1 | Views: 37702
With today’s travel technology, it’s hard to imagine a place you’re not allowed to visit. Yet, there are still places that cannot be (legally) visited as they are cut off for various reasons. Places such as secret military bases, forbidden islands, fragile natural landmarks, and even sites closed due to paranormal activities are off limits to regular people. Take a virtual tour with us on these 25 forbidden places you’re not allowed to visit.

Celebrities That Have Donated To Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

August 30, 2017 11:58 am  | Comments: 1 | Views: 26170
Houston is under water after Hurricane Harvey and subsequent rainstorms swept through the city. The rain continues to fall as thousands of people have been displaced and rescued in the affected areas. Sunday night, comedian Kevin Hart started a challenge for fellow celebrities to donate $25,000 to hurricane relief efforts. Celebrities like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jennifer Lopez, and Alex Rodriguez have answered his call. Other celebrities like Beyoncé and Houston Texan J.J. Watts have pledged assistance and started their own fundraisers. Here are some celebrities who have donated to relief efforts.