Deborah Garbutt

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Five things to know if you’re a President’s Choice Financial client

The online bank President's Choice Financial will fade to black in November. Roughly two million PCF accounts will be moved over to a new online bank called Simplii Financial, which will be run by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Here are five things you need to know if you're a PCF client, or …

Is an anticancer drug helping cancer to spread?

It sounds counterintuitive, but a new study shows that the side effects of a chemotherapy drug may enable breast cancer to spread.<p>Breast cancer …

The Fascinating Photographic Process That Makes Changes In the Air Visible to the Naked Eye

In a fascinating episode of Veritasium, host Derek Muller explains the science behind Schlieren imaging, the specific process by which those things …

Even moderate drinking can damage the brain, claim researchers

Moderate alcohol consumption can impair cognitive function, says study, countering suggestions that low levels of drinking can help protect the brain<p>Drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol can damage the brain and impair cognitive function over time, researchers have claimed.<p>While heavy drinking …

The One Supplement a Dermatologist Would Add to Your Diet for Crazy-Good Skin

We know that the right combination of supplements can boost your energy and improve brain health, but the benefits of those little pills extend far …

Genetic analysis reveals origins of dog breeds

In the pages of human history, the paw prints of man's best friend are tracked all over.<p>As companions, guardians, hunters and herders, dogs come in …

How to photograph the night sky like a pro

Gear up and look up<p>It’s a familiar story for those of a certain generation: As a kid growing up in the 1960s, Roger N. Clark was inspired by the NASA space program. By the time he was in junior high, he built his own reflecting telescope (grinding the primary mirror himself, no less). Clark pursued …

Carbon Fiber

12 Ways You Absolutely Should Be Roasting Asparagus

New season, new vegetable side.<p>Baked asparagus is officially our new favorite side dish. Here are some delicious ways to take this veggie to new flavor heights.

How Good Gut Bacteria Could Transform Your Health

Scientist Jeff Leach is studying gut microbes that have the potential to improve our weight, mood, allergies, heart and more.<p>Scientist Jeff Leach is …

You may have more control over aging than you think

Molecular biologist Elizabeth Blackburn shared a Nobel Prize for her research on telomeres — structures at the tips of chromosomes that play a key role in cellular aging. But she was frustrated that important health implications of her work weren't reaching beyond academia.<p>So along with …

Medicine

10 Design Ideas to Steal from Luxury Hotels

In her new book, a travel and design writer highlights striking hotel bedrooms, living spaces, libraries, and bathrooms.<p>As a writer, I cover both travel and design, and one of my favorite recent trends is boutique hotels that create welcoming, personal, intimate spaces that feel unusual. Many …

Chef Shows How a $1 Knife Can Be Sharpened to Rival More Expensive Knives

Jun Yoshizuki of Jun’s Kitchen who is a very talented cook who always prepares food with his beloved longhaired orange cat named Kohaku nearby, …

New Research Shows That Education May Be the Key to Avoiding Dementia

Dementia Downslide<p>Dementia is a disease marked by progressive cognitive deterioration. According to the World Health Organization, there are 47.5 …

Scientists created a mobile game to help detect the early onset of dementia

In the mobile video game Sea Hero Quest, you play an ocean explorer recovering your aging sailor father’s lost memories. But along the way, you’re also helping advance Alzheimer’s research in the real world.<p>Everything you do becomes a data point for scientists to use later on. You move through …

The Ultimate List of Small Business Ideas

The Ultimate List of Small Business Ideas<p>Updated on November 11, 2016<p>Whether you've always dreamed of starting a business of your own, or you've …

10 Ideas to Store Shoes In Your Entryway

No matter how many pairs of feet live in your home, you always have multiple pairs of shoes for each season. Your closet may be the biggest offender …

Shoes

Peppermint Oil Promotes Hair Growth without Toxic Signs

Abstract<p>Peppermint (<i>Mentha piperita</i>) is a plant native to Europe and has been widely used as a carminative and gastric stimulant worldwide. This …

30 Simple Short Hairstyles for Women Over 50 | Hairstyles Ideas

For those women whose age is 50 managing their hair become more involved. Short trendy hairstyles are always popular for the busy working ladies who …

Daybeds: The Glorious Piece of Furniture You Should Be Using

(Image credit: Elle Decor)<p>I like to compare the humble daybed to the nerdy kid in school that followed you around relentlessly, but you brushed off …

Living Rooms

25 Gorgeous DIY Rugs

Rugs can be prohibitively expensive, and it’s often difficult to find one with the perfect colors for your room. So why not make your own? There are …

Crafting

4 Tips for Planning an Edible Garden

It’s the time of year when home gardeners begin to set a game plan for the season. Their excitement begins to build, as they know that what starts …

Gardening

How To Make Natural Garden Pesticides - Quiet Corner

Natural Garden Pesticides<p>Garden pests are one of the few things that can make the otherwise enjoyable task of gardening frustrating. Whether it’s …

Gardening

Free Pattern #14: Diamonds for Lisa - Littlechurch

Instructions<p>GARTER TAB: CO 3 sts. Work 8 rows garter st. Rotate the work clockwise 90 degrees so that the left edge is facing up. Pick up and knit …

You can be this hot by working out 1 hour a week

If Joe Wicks has his way, we will be ditching our scales and feasting on carbohydrates and healthy fats — and instead of a growing waistline, we’ll …