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4 Great Fidelity Stock Funds for Retirement Savers

Fidelity is a popular name with retirement savers. According to Brightscope, a company that rates retirement plans, Fidelity funds account for the …

9 Ways to Feel Less Stress When Life Gets Crazy Busy

<i>Don’t stress. Do your very best. Appreciate each step. Forget the rest.</i><p>Stress is one of the primary causes of major health problems in our lives: it …

10 Personality Development Tips for a Much Better Life!

If you truly desire to improve your attitude and your entire life in general, then these personality development tips can be the golden ticket for …

8 Signs Your Relationship Is Over

Beware of these breakup clues before she blindsides you<p>No matter how shocked you feel by a breakup, your ex most likely sent a few distress signals before she kicked you to the curb.<p>“People really disengage when a relationship is about to end,” explains John Gottman, Ph.D., an expert in divorce …

A Close Shave

Learn the proper way to shave to avoid cuts and bumps, and get a baby soft feel. Plus, how to trim your sideburns and shave your head<p><b>Shave in the Shower to Prevent Bumps and Razor Burn</b> If you develop redness, rash, or ingrown hairs because of your morning shave, try shaving in the shower. After a …

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How to view, remove Exif photo data on your iOS device

Exif data is embedded into each photo you take. The information details what type of camera was used, what the settings of the camera were at the time the photo was taken and perhaps more importantly, where the photo was taken.<p>Over the years, various iOS apps have existed to read Exif data stored …

Apple to require all Mac App Store submissions to ditch garbage collection, switch to ARC on May 1st

Apple has announced on its developer site that apps submitted to the Mac App Store starting on May 1st will no longer be allowed to incorporate garbage collection, which was deprecated in OS X 10.8. Instead, developers will be required to switch to ARC, Automatic Reference Counting, which was …