How can you tell the difference between first, second and third-degree burns? Here’s a quick look at the symptoms that may be experienced, and typical treatments when the heat gets close enough to hurt.
Is it really possible to cultivate your own sweet, juicy, tropical fruit without a trip to the islands. Here’s how to grow your own pineapple!
It seems like splash pads are becoming super-popular — so are they really as safe as they seem? Here’s a look at the pros and cons.
Dry cleaning is easy: bring your sweaters into a shop, and pick them up a couple days later. But how does dry cleaning work?
Despite how they look, Blu-rays and DVDs are different kinds of technology. Here are the basic differences between the two spinning silvery circles that bring movies and TV shows to life.
Your sock is traveling through another dimension – a wondrous machine whose boundaries are beyond that of imagination. Your sock’s next stop: The Twilight Zone.
You probably end up putting a lot of cans in your recycling bin every week. So what happens next — how are the old aluminum cans recycled?
I inherited some jewelry from my grandmother, and want to know to find out if any of the diamonds are real, or if they’re lookalike gems. Something about a girl’s best friend… When you start your search to understand more about gemstones, you should begin with the terminology. According to the US Government’s Electronic Code…
After you toss your empties into the recycling bin, where do your bottles and jars go? The glass recycling journey is simpler than you may think.
News reports and court cases have led many people to reconsider where they keep their money. So what’s the difference between banks and credit unions?
You hopefully have at least one fire extinguisher at home — but do you know when to use it, or how? Here are the basics.
I was just about to throw out some old AA batteries when my girlfriend stopped me and said that I had to recycle them because “they” won’t let you put them in the garbage anymore. Is this true? Billions & billions of batteries Americans use up and throw out billions of everyday household batteries each…
If you’ve only used stainless steel and aluminum cookware, you might not know how to season cast iron cookware – or the benefits seasoning offers.
When you need to fix a household appliance that has quit, here’s where you can look for repair help to get everything in working order again.
We all love the alternating stripes of light and dark green grass on major league ball fields. So how can you get the same effect on your lawn at home?
So that stuff that your sidewalk is made out of, what do you call it? Concrete? Cement? They are in fact two different things. Find out more here!
If you want to know the right kind of grass for a backyard lawn in your region, we have some tips so you can live on the side where the grass is greener.
Some kids’ lemonade stands have been shut down by cops because they didn’t have a valid permit from the state. What’s up with that? Find out here!
Air conditioning is one of those modern conveniences we much about – until we don’t have one or it breaks. How do air conditioners work?
How can you get a blood stain out of clothing? Here are some easy tips to try to clean that spot right up.