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A decade or so ago, Nancy Lewis put carpet in the basement of her Drexel Hill home. "It smelled like a new carpet," said Lewis, a lawyer. "We thought that was good."
Science has flip-flopped on coffee, on eggs, on carbs, on salt. It's the kind of maddening confusion that makes consumers distrust everything they hear.
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With the death or upgrade of every cell phone comes the inevitable question of what do to with the phone and its accouterments. It’s easy to end up with...
GreenSpace: Chris Wojcik spent months building a giant horseshoe crab. Today, it goes to the ocean floor.
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