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COVID-19 Family Arguments: Do Tomatoes and Eggs Really Need to Be Stored in the Fridge?

Study investigates burning question about tomatoes

Are you still in social isolation due to COVID-19 and running out of things to discuss with family members? Here’s a dinner table argument about whether tomatoes and eggs really need to be, or should be, stored in the fridge. And, as an added bonus—the secret behind the best vegetable soups.

Dr. Bob Arnot Recommends a New FDA Approved Topical Patch for Pain Relief

New patch treats backaches.

This month is National Arthritis Awareness Month, and as such we would like to provide this update and information service about a new over-the-counter topical pain relief patch and topical gel approved by the FDA and recommended by chief medical correspondent Dr. Bob Arnot.

When You Should Wear A N95 Dust Mask While Gardening

Mold exposure in the garden

When was the last time you wore a NIOSH N95 dust mask while gardening? Better yet: When have you ever seen anyone wear a N95 mask while gardening? It might sound a little on the crazy side to do so, but as it turns out, protecting yourself from Farmer’s Lung and other diseases by wearing an N95 mask while gardening makes good health sense

Now is the Time to Plant Your COVID-19 Victory Garden

Seedling Gardening in the Home

In light of how people overreact during times of crisis as evidenced recently by the state of the food shelves in our local groceries, food insecurity could become a very real threat to our health and well-being in the near future. Now is the time to take a history lesson from World War I and II citizen-patriots and plant your COVID-19 Victory Garden.

What Does the Coronavirus Have to Do with Light Bulbs and Rice?

Rice Feeds the World

Historically, the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic may go down in the history books as the year of the Great Toilet Paper Wars. However, I would propose that in a more serious sense, aside from the tragedy of deaths and the circus sideshow politics has become, the Coronavirus really affects us more along the connection between light bulbs and rice. Here’s how and why.

Low Cost Solutions for Filling Your Raised Bed Garden with Soil

How much dirt does it take to fill a raised garden bed?>

One of the truths of raised bed gardening is that the cost of filling your raised bed garden with soil can easily exceed the cost of buying or building the raised bed garden frame itself. Here are some low-cost solutions for filling your raised bed garden with soil, a few of which are nearly dirt cheap.

How to Start a Quick, Simple and Inexpensive Garden in Just One Day

Raise Bed Gardening

Spring is here and it’s time to get started on that garden. However, not everyone has the time and energy to start a garden, let alone how to begin growing one without investing a lot of cash at your local hardware gardening department. Here’s some advice by an Agriculture Extension Service vegetable specialist on how to start a quick and simple garden in just one day without investing a lot of cash.

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