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Early Exposure To Pets, Dirt & Germs Are Good For Babies

Babies who are exposed to animal dander, roach allergens, and household germs during their first year appear to have lower allergy and asthma risk, a new study shows. You’re probably familiar with the hygiene hypothesis: Children who grow up in germ-free, too-clean environments develop hypersensitive immune systems. Previous work has shown that children growing up on farms, with regular ex

Pen That Lets You Draw Any Color In The World

pen that combines an RGB sensor and a five-color ink cartridge allows artists to match any pigment they can see. The pen is known as Scribble, and it’s not yet available for sale. However, if you can’t wait to get your hands on it, and the $150 pricetag does not deter you, you can sign up to an alert (and be encouraged to contribute to their Kickstarter campaign). “For the color blin

50 ways to reuse your garbage From fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles,

From fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles, here’s how to save money and treat your trash like treasure. Ralph Waldo Emerson once described a weed as, “a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.” Might we not consider garbage in the same way? One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, after all. To the non-recycler, an empty bottle is garbage. To the

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