It's a good time to order the seeds you'll need in a few months
This is it, this is the month that all the seed catalogs come out and try to warm your heart by letting you know that spring is right around the corner.
Helicopter parents may make good pet parents
Helicopter parents now have a place where they can engage in that style of parenting and feel the wrath of criticism. Some experts think that it might be very beneficial if the child that you’re parenting has four legs. Rejoice overprotective parents -- a new study says this style of parenting could be what's right for your pet.
Real jobs expect to pay you. Scam jobs expect you to pay them
If you're looking for a job, bear in mind that there are plenty of people out there who already have a job. Unfortunately, their job is separating you from your money.
Yet statistics on dihydrogen monoxide remain hard to find
According to a recent survey by the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics, over 80% of Americans said they would support “mandatory labels on foods containing DNA,” roughly the same number that support the mandatory labeling of GMO foods “produced with genetic engineering.”
What happens when Patch Tuesday and Project Zero butt heads?
What makes this latest security update noteworthy is what's going on in the background: a recent public spat between Microsoft and Google. One of the latest Microsoft updates involves fixing a Windows 8.1 vulnerability announced first announced on Sunday — by security researchers working for Google.
Another day, another way hackers can spy on your life
Here are two rules you must always keep in mind regarding your own personal computer or information-based security: One, anything with an Internet connection can be hacked. Two, this means anything wireless is also hackable.
Blue Rhino and AmeriGas are accused of ganging up on Walmart
The two leading suppliers of propane exchange tanks were accused of illegally colluding to push Walmart -- a key customer -- to accept a reduction in the amount of propane in exchange tanks.
But a simple game of catch might be part of the answer
For older adults, a fall can be a life-threatening situation. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the death rates from falls among older men and women have risen sharply over the past decade.
Government is cracking down on those that don't
There is nothing wrong with hiring independent contractors instead of employees and plenty of workers are happy to operate as freelancers. But businesses and organizations that hire independent contractors must follow strict rules.
Safety and energy are two big considerations
Not everybody wants to take their pup for a walk in below freezing weather, but your dog still needs to go out. One option that might make it easier on you would be to install a doggie door. The ins and outs of doggie doors can be a little confusing.
They now come in many more shapes and sizes
The latest survey on families from Pew Research finds that just 46% of kids who are under 18 live in "traditional" families headed by hetrosexual couples who are in a first marriage. Going back to the year 1960 it was 73%.
Government researchers find ways to improve their performance
In the typical home, the water heater is a significant source of energy consumption, but most consumers don't think much about it.
When pigs fly, maybe they'll have their own seating area
Despite resistance to pigs flying, a recent survey of 430 customers conducted by airport shuttle service Go Airport Express, found 52% of fliers saying they would be OK with pets traveling in airplane cabins, rather than being stowed as cargo.
Just like their owners, most dogs and cats need to eat less and exercise more
If you have a dog or cat that's a little overweight, chances are you are also.
Smarter TVs and car sound systems without CD players
Each January the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) wows the public with the latest gadgets. The 2015 CES, which kicks off January 6, should be no exception.