Cosmetics, razors, underwear, jewelry, food, even stuff for your pet – there’s a subscription box for just about anything.
Did you know you could save $1,000 a year on your electric bill by making one simple change at your house?
Consumer Reports says too much of some of the nutrients in fortified foods and dietary supplements can be harmful.
The prestigious World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship, now in its 28th year, brings together talented students from 11 countries.
If your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier is losing steam, it’s time to try something new.
If you enjoy cooking, you may have a bunch of handy appliances. But, you could always use a couple more, right?
Many products marketed to women are virtually the same as products marketed to men, but guess who’s paying more?
Improving your outlook on life may be easier than you think — it’s the power of positive thinking, and new technology you can use at home can actually train your brain to be happy.
Buying things used or second-hand is a great way to save money, and now, that includes cosmetics. But do the potential health risks outweigh the savings?
No noise is good noise when it comes to your vehicle’s brakes, but what happens when you do hear a squeak, squeal or grind?
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre opened “The Nutcracker” Friday night – the first of 24 performances at the Benedum Center.
The Clarion county boy whose arm was reattached after a firewood-cutting accident continues to recover at home, and his journey has been nothing short of miraculous.
Have you’ve ever looked in a 3-way mirror or seen your profile in a picture and you thought, “That’s not me! My chin doesn’t look like that!”
Did you know, the foods we eat can help to reduce internal inflammation and increase our overall health?
Kate DiCamillo, award-winning author, read from her “Mercy Watson” books to the third graders at Jefferson Elementary School in Mount Lebanon Wednesday morning.