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It's Safer to Use Pumpkin Carving Tools Instead of Kitchen Knives

With pumpkin carving season upon us, many dread the use of those dedicated, cheap-looking pumpkin carving blades. A study conducted with real human hands, however, suggests those dedicated pumpkin carvers are much more safe for the job. Read more...
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