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Beware: Your pillow is as germy as a toilet seat scientists say!
The Unlikely Story of How Burt's Bees Founder Started Company with a Hitchhiker
Burt's Bees began when co-founder Burt Shavitz picked up a hitchhiker in 1984 in his yellow Datsun. Shavitz, who died yesterday at his home in rural Maine, and that hitchhiker would eventually become business partners. The skincare products would become ubiquitous and Shavitz's face would be
Burt's Bees Co-Founder Burt Shavitz Dead at 80
The beekeeper and businessman co-founded the personal care products company in the 1980s.
Hundreds of Passengers on 2 Different Cruise Ships Reportedly Sickened
The CDC is investigating why so many felt sick aboard Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruise ships.
Dentists Warn About the Dangers of Bleachorexia
Pitbull coming up. Happy birthday, jimmy. In today's "Morning stir" people going too far for a bright smile. Reporter: Megawatt celebrity smiles. For some, it can become an obsession. Now leading to what many dentists are calling bleach-orexia. You've done it all. Yeah. I have. Reporter: She says
'Bleachorexia': Dentist Warns About Dangers of Overbleaching Teeth
Mia St. John is obsessed with getting whiter, cleaner teeth. The five-time World Boxing Council champion in the super welterweight division said her quest for pearly whites grew so extreme she was brushing and bleaching constantly until her dentist intervened. “He said my teeth could basically turn
Health Risks of Staying in a Stranger's Home
Holiday travel season is almost here, and this year more people than ever could opt for nontraditional lodging once they reach their destination—renting rooms, apartments, or entire houses on home-sharing websites like Airbnb, HomeAway, and VRBO. (Airbnb had 1 million guests in the last two months
Boy Plays Beethoven with His Nose
A new viral video features a boy playing "Ode to Joy" on a keyboard with his nose.
New Couponing App Saves Money, Paper and Time
Checkout 51 is a New, Free Mobile App Geared Toward American Coupon Clippers
Could Bleach Facials Become the Next Big Craze?
“Toxic,” “flammable,” “corrosive,” “keep out of children’s reach” are the warnings listed on a bottle of Clorox. But a recent study by researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine suggested the common household cleaning bleach could have anti-aging benefits, following preliminary tests ...