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10 Made-in-the-Shade Ideas for Covered Outdoor Spaces

(BPT) - Homeowners across the country are going undercover. It seems no matter where you live, the growing popularity of covered outdoor spaces is evident in backyards from Buffalo to Bakersfield. …

Refresh your shade garden: Transform the outdoors with impatiens

(BPT) - Gardening enthusiasts, rejoice! The long-awaited moment has arrived — gardening season is officially here. As green thumbs eagerly prepare to embark on their outdoor endeavors, …

Best cities for naked gardening
LawnStarter reports on the best cities in the U.S. to bare it all in the garden.
Green goodness: 4 reasons to love homegrown produce
(BPT) - Are you one of the 185 million Americans who garden? If not, it’s time to consider joining the crowd. Gardening can be an incredibly rewarding hobby, especially if you grow your own …
Antoni Porowski's tips for creating a yard-to-table garden
(BPT) - Have you ever grown salsa in your garden? What about potato salad? You can, with spring’s hottest culinary trend called "yard-to-table." It brings farm-to-table home and is about …
Lifestyle news
Americans' confidence in their ability to retire remains shaken
Is inflation setting back retirement plans? Wealth Enhancement analyzed data from the EBRI to see how Americans are thinking about retirement.
What states have the most affordable groceries?
Rocket Loans used information from the 2023 Annual Average Cost of Living Index to determine which states have the most affordable groceries.
Can electric cars be powered with solar panels?
Edmunds reports the obstacles that must be overcome for solar power to be used in electric vehicles.
Developments in oncology over the last year showing promise for cancer patients and others
Medical Technology Schools compiled some of the most promising oncology advancements of the last year from academic studies and leading researchers.
Flags for mental health: How to spot signs of a struggling child
Counseling Schools consulted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports to explore the key signs of struggling children in all age groups.