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Baby's Latest: Going Diaperless
Parents who are raising children with a practice known as elimination communication say it can keep diapers out of landfills and help them bond with their offspring.
KFC chicken going boneless
The fast-food chain says it's introducing deep-fried boneless chicken pieces on April 14 as an alternative to its traditional pieces and may phase out bones in its chicken altogether.
How well is Canada really doing?
Canada needs to do more to open economic doors in emerging markets, according to a CBC News report. How much will that improve our lives, though?
Tom Brakow Explaing Canada to Americans
Tom Brokaw explains the relationship between Canada and The United States, in a pre-recorded short film that aired on NBC, prior to the Opening Ceremonies of...
Alcohol, cycling bad mix, conference hears
A German physician suspects drunk cycling has played a role in a rash of injuries in his town.
But Christian Juhra, a trauma physician in Munster, Germany, can’t be certain alcohol was a contributor in the series of crashes in 2009-10 because it appea
What to Do with Unwanted Gifts
From Shine from Yahoo! Canada: In a recent Consumer Reports poll, 20 percent of adults admit they received a gift they didn't want last year. That's about 49 million unhappy gift recipients. Given this startling number, chances are you'll get an underwhel
5 Ways to Get the Most from Your Gift Cards
From Shine from Yahoo! Canada: According to a study conducted by the Tower Group, every year over $5 billion in gift cards goes unused! While that may surprise you, think about how often you've tossed a card because there was only a dollar or two left on
5 tips for Christmas travel at Pearson
From Yahoo! News: Travellers and staff at Toronto's Pearson airport are dealing with some of the busiest travel days of the year as people head home for Christmas.
New guidelines for drinking urge moderation
Canada has some new guidelines for alcohol consumption. For men, that means a limit of 15 drinks a week, with no more than three drinks a day most days. For women, that means 10 drinks a week, with no more than two drinks a day most days.
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