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Did You Know? Coconut Oil Can Soothe Insect Bites

This antibacterial oil is super soothing for annoying and itchy bites!

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Cool Tip for Pumpkin Carving

Cool Tip for Pumpkin Carving

Take your jack-o’-lantern to the next level. Simply sprinkle some cinnamon inside the lid of your carved pumpkin and, when you light it, it will smell like pumpkin pie!

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Did You Know? How Much Sleep Giraffes Need

Unbelievable! Giraffes need only about 20 minutes of sleep per day!

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Did You Know? Mint Gum Increases Energy

Did You Know? Mint Gum Increases Energy

Chewing a piece of gum for 15 minutes can actually raise your heart rate enough to help you feel more alert, especially if you choose a mint flavor. (But it’s still no substitute for exercise!)

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Did You Know? Who Invented Frozen Food

Did You Know? Who Invented Frozen Food

More than 90 years ago, Clarence Birdseye was credited with inventing the quick freezing method. This produces the type of frozen foods that we’re familiar with today.

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Did You Know? Dogs' Nose Prints

Did You Know? Dogs’ Nose Prints

Just like human fingerprints, dogs’ nose prints are unique and can be used to identify them.

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Did You Know? High Cholesterol

Did You Know? High Cholesterol

You definitely want to steer clear of these 10 food items if you’re trying to keep your cholesterol in check!

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Did You Know? Longest Bone in the Body

Did You Know? Longest Bone in the Body

The femur, also known as the thigh bone, is the the longest bone in the human body.

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Did You Know? Pea Protein

Did You Know? Protein in Peas

“A 100-calorie serving of peas (three quarters of a cup) contains more protein than a whole egg or tablespoon of peanut butter.”

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Did You Know? Dark Chocolate Can Prevent Diabetes

Did You Know? Dark Chocolate Can Prevent Diabetes

Dark chocolate contains flavonoids. These water soluble polyphenolic molecules increase nitric oxide production, which helps control insulin sensitivity.

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