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There’s one big skill everyone should have in the age of self-quarantine: You have to learn to cook. Before quarantine orders and social distancing measures were things, it was probably easy to get by
While the United States has "honeycomb" and New Zealand has "hokey pokey," South Korea calls its spongy toffee candy "dalgona" or ppopgi, a candy that's made by heating sugar, oil, and baking soda; mixing
Cooking chicken? Here are 5 easy comfort-food recipes that are anything but basic For most meat-eating Americans, the ultimate comfort food is chicken. As New York Times food editor Sam Sifton told Salon
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump began March with a barrage of false claims about the coronavirus pandemic -- understating the extent of the crisis, overstating the availability of tests, inaccurately
If you could know whether you were likely to develop a debilitating, untreatable disease at age 50, would you want to? 23andMe is offering you that opportunity—but they're not going to ask you that question.
My path to becoming a tech startup founder with more than $15 million in funding hasn’t been conventional. My formative years were spent living and working on my family’s farm in Gladbrook, Iowa, a town