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Our photo of the day shows the foxy side on a mama fox.
The labels on coconut oil can be confusing. Learn what all the terms mean so you can buy the best product.
And why not? It sounds like fun, just hanging around, eating grass
Paper is reused, shaped, cut and assembled into artworks that reflect a sense of wonder about nature and its delicate beauty.
It sounds noisy and annoying, but might actually be a very good idea.
Don't take your morning cup of coffee for granted. It may not be around in a few decades, according to a new report.
Not a single mention of BTU or CFM or ACH or HRV.
Everybody had such high hopes for this, but the consumers had other ideas.
Because there is a big market for cute.
This iconic beauty of the Swiss Alps shows the other mountains how it's done.
Hey, he was just doing his job.
As part of its litterless lunch program, Jackman Avenue Junior Public School has told parents that juice boxes are no longer allowed. It's a brilliant move that will reduce sugar consumption too.
Some parents in Milan just want to be able to pack their kids a lunch, but the schools don't like it.
No word on what the reduced risk of injury would be if pedestrians and drivers wore helmets too.
This lovely tiny house on wheels is now home to two people passionate about surfing and traveling.
More and more people are working remotely. Now, alternative travel companies are offering what they are calling "co-workations" -- a combination of a creative business trip and inspirational adventure holiday for location-independent professionals.
Featuring two gigantic pieces of litter in public spaces, 'Natural Plasticity' will get people thinking about their own plastic habits.
Purists may scoff, but I love the idea of an emission-free Beetle that looks like the original.
Our photo of the day celebrates the beginning of a new season.
Actually, we have been down this road before...