Matt Xiong

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How to make your own bootable OS X 10.10 Yosemite USB install drive

Setting up lots of Macs? Want an offline installer? Here's how to roll your own.<p>It was 2009 when Apple last released a new operating system on …

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Your Biggest C-Section Risk May Be Your Hospital

The most common major surgery performed in the U.S. isn’t to remove an appendix or replace a knee. It’s to deliver babies by cesarean section, or …

Fly6 Rear-Facing Bike Light Camera Spies on Unruly Drivers with its Little Red Eye

Have you ever been riding your bike down the road and had a car cut you off or come too close for comfort? I’ll bet you wished you had a camera …

Bike Lanes

11 Questions To Ask When Hiring A Tax Preparer

I’m constantly asked if I can recommend the perfect tax preparer. The truth is that I can’t. You’re the only one who can find the perfect tax preparer for your taxes: there’s no one size fits all in this business. I can, however, offer you a few tips to help you figure out how to find the best tax …

Study: Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplements Don't Help Marathoners

No difference in performance or muscle soreness after race-week supplements.<p>You can cross branched-chain amino acid supplements off the list that might make your next marathon easier, according to new research published in the journal <i>Amino Acids</i>.<p>Although branched-chain amino acid supplements are …

Nutrition

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How Long Should You Exercise?

Where you live could impact your workout, a new study finds<p>Don’t trust those numbers on the treadmill: South Asian men may need to exercise up to 100 minutes more per week than men of European descent in order to reap the same health benefits, according to researchers at the University of Glasgow …