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5 Saucepans That Will Practically Never Leave Your Stove

Let’s all take a moment to appreciate the saucepan — that humble, hardworking cookware basic that probably rarely leaves your stovetop. The saucepan may be less exciting than, say, your pretty enamel-coated cast iron Dutch oven or your fancy grill pan, but it probably gets a lot more use, too, thanks to convenient sizing (saucepans

The Dutch Ovens That'll Make Your Pinterest Dreams a Reality

Some kitchen items you buy out of necessity, others you buy out of pure want. Dutch ovens are (arguably) the latter: They’re the kind of luxurious pieces Pinterest dream kitchen boards are made of. However, gorgeous as they are, Dutch ovens also serve a purpose beyond the purely aesthetic — they’re multifaceted and can be

Yes, You Can Use Your Phone as a Vibrator—But Should You?

Is there anything your smartphone can’t do? Your digital BFF can help you lose weight, stream your favorite Netflix shows, and capture that perfect snap for Instagram. Now, some clever women have recently uncovered an entirely different use for your phone: a vibrator. App stores are loaded with tools that turn your phone itself into a

The reason cotton swabs are horrible for cleaning your ears

If you grew up believing the best way to clean your ears was with a cotton swab, you’re not alone — but guess what? You’re wrong. It seems that we’ve all been tricked. According to otolaryngologist Mike Dilkes (via The Guardian), “Ears are self-cleaning.” Not only do we not need to worry about cleaning our ears

The Best Toy Basketball Hoops for Your Little MVP

While some kids have a need for speed, others crave big air — the kind you can only get soaring with your arm outstretched towards a hoop. There’s just something about tossing a plastic ball into a net little ones and teenagers alike just can’t get enough of, so adding a toy basketball hoop to

How much sleep you need, and all your bedtime questions answered

Sleep is one of those things that’s necessary for absolutely everybody, while also being pretty hard to understand to understand or find for some. Insomnia is an ever-present spectre for some, while conditions like sleep paralysis, sleep apnea, severe snoring, or night terrors pervade the lives of others. Given that sleep can affect everything from

You'll Love Watching Your Baby Organize These Stacking Rings

Some baby toys, like stuffed animals, are meant for cuddles. Others, like music boxes, were designed to help your bundle of joy fall (and stay) asleep. Then there are toys, like stacking rings, that were made to further stimulate your little one’s always-developing brain. These are the toys you’re going to step on, trip over

Your energy-efficient washing machine could be harboring pathogens

For the first time ever, investigators have identified a washing machine as a reservoir of multidrug-resistant pathogens. The pathogens, a single clone of Klebsiella oxytoca, were transmitted repeatedly to newborns in a neonatal intensive care unit at a German children’s hospital. The transmission was stopped only when the washing machine was removed from the hospital.

The Trick to Getting Your Kid In the Tub? Bath Bombs!

Like nap time, taking a soothing bath is something most moms would love to do on the regular — and that kids love to regularly complain about. But when it comes bath time, there’s one thing parents and their littles can both agree on: bath bombs make it better. The colors and fizz — not

Making the most of your baby’s first 3 years

Experts agree that the first three years of a baby’s life are a unique time of fast development. Even though a newborn seems helpless, he or she is learning every minute, absorbing information through all five senses. That’s why babies will try to put everything possible in their mouths. It’s a way of understanding as

Just 2 weeks on the couch starts to damage your body

(HealthDay)—A new study proves that the old adage “use it or lose it” is definitely true when it comes to fitness. After just two weeks of sedentary behavior, formerly fit people had: A decline in heart and lung health Increased waist circumference Greater body fat and liver fat Higher levels of insulin resistance “The study