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Worst and Best food choices for diabetics

When you've got diabetes, your food choices matter a lot. Some are better than others. To help you choose, here are list of best and worst foods for breads, grains, and other starches. Foods that are in the "worst" group can be occasional…
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Weather Whys from Texas A&M Geosciences Center

Q: There's supposed to be a type of cloud that is often confused with being a UFO. What kind of cloud is it? A: It's most likely the lenticular cloud, says Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. "One reason they may be mistaken for UFOs…
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Now you can make Doritos Locos Tacos at home

Back in 2006, long before anyone ever heard of Doritos Locos Tacos, General Mills made a flavored taco shell. It was a product ahead of its time, apparently: Consumers didn't care, and the Old El Paso Stand 'N Stuff taco shells in salsa and nacho…
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The science behind pyotechnics

Before the Declaration of Independence was even signed, founding father John Adams once wrote to his wife that he envisioned a celebration of America's independence from Great Britain with "Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the…
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This man doesn't get invited often to barbeques

Doug Powell doesn't bring wine when he's invited to dinner. He brings a food thermometer. As a food safety scientist and creator of barfblog.com, Powell knows way too much about the dangers of undercooked meat to take chances on the barbecue.…
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Five industries that millennials are killing

There's a lot to be said for watching demographic shifts as you craft your long-term investing strategy. And while Baby Boomer stocks like health care and insurance get a lot of attention, long-term investors should also consider the impact Millennials…
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What happened to the TV revolution?

In a blow to Americans who yearned to cut the cable, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that online video startup Aereo Inc. violated copyright law by allowing subscribers to stream live over-the-air local broadcasts and record them from their devices.
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