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Some things are best when paired: Hot cocoa and whipped cream, salt and pepper, pancakes and maple syrup. But the sticky sweetness of syrup isn’t just for breakfast fare. These tried-and-tested recipes from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute prove that maple syrup can work its magic on potatoes, poultry and even salmon.
When the days get shorter and the air blows colder, air-drying your hair is no longer an option. Embrace the new season with a new hair-care regime that will give you gorgeous results – fast. Read on to learn the Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s top tips on how to dry hair and look great with minimal time and fuss.
Getting by on less has become the status quo in recent years. Now, as the economy improves, there’s a bonus to that: Smart penny-pinchers have figured out the twists on savings strategies that make a tight budget work in their favor, shaving up to 50 percent off retail.
Summer has plenty of pleasures to enjoy – but those sweltering, steam-bath-like dog days? Not so much. Follow these stress-free ways to keep your home cool during a hot spell – without sending your electric bill through the roof.
It may sound quaint, but a homemade family tree showing health histories can be a lifesaver. In fact, these personalized health logs, which 30 percent of Americans have, can reveal as much about your risk of various illnesses as costly high-tech gene-screening tests.
With gas prices fluctuating unpredictably, you may be wondering whether it’s time to get a car that guzzles less.
That’s why the Good Housekeeping Research Institute put 15 gas, hybrid, diesel and electric sedans – with combined city and highway mpg of 32 or better – through a slew of real-world tests.
Insects are creepy, with their speedy little legs, their beady little eyes. The ick factor jumps in the summertime, aka breeding season, when one (or many) may visit your home. But with these strategies, you can easily enforce your “no guests with six or more legs” policy.
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