Most people think of bacteria as something that just makes you ill. Bacteria can be responsible for various illnesses and everyday annoyances. But not all bacteria are bad for you.
Often, a new landscape project around the home requires the purchase of topsoil – or so one is lead to believe.
How do you become popular? Well, it helps if you are a hard worker, reliable, easy to live with and have a generous amount of charm.
Hearing loss affects more than 34 million Americans. If detected early, it may be a preventable chronic disease. Here are 10 ways to help prevent, delay or reduce the extent of hearing loss.
It’s no secret: Americans love coffee.
This week’s review auto is unusual, because you can’t go out and buy one just yet.
Many roofs in our area took a beating this winter from the heavy snowfalls that came too close together, followed by the subsequent freeze and thawing cycles.
Department of Labor Commissioner Glenn Marshall noted recently that 1,000 residents currently using employment services offered at the state’s CTWorks Career Centers will have the opportun
I know some skeptics out there won’t believe me when I say this, but our winter is finally coming to an end, and spring and summer weather are practically upon us. I also have notice
In use for more than 100 years, horticultural oils are one of the safest and most effective insecticides gardeners have.
For all the joys spring brings, you can find some not-so-fun harbingers as well - like sneezing, sniffling and itchy, watery eyes.
I’m not a meteorologist, but I think it is just about safe to say we can put away the snow blowers until next winter. Anything we get now can probably be moved or brushed aside by hand.
Suzuki hasn’t been selling autos in the U.S.for all that long compared to a lot of the competition, but they made quite a splash last year when they introduced the Kizashi.
The economic downturn has made life even more of a struggle for the millions of folks caring for elderly loved ones.
Despite all the chatter about how the Great Recession is finally over, many small business owners aren’t feeling it yet.
Every year, about 1,600 Connecticut residents die from injuries.
Minivans, due to their function-over-form nature, aren’t the type of vehicles most folks get excited about.
Although their name may suggest otherwise, perennial beds and borders do change with time. They need to be reevaluated every few years.
High school and college graduations are just around the corner, and for many graduates, that means – gulp – it’s time to start pounding the pavement with fellow job-seekers.
It’s wild to think about these days, but there was a time here in the U.S. when Toyota only sold a modest line of small cars.