Holes In A Plug~What Are They Really For(Did You Know)

Electrical plugs and outlets are everywhere. From our refrigerators to smart cars and even the device that you’re reading this article on right now (whether it’s currently plugged in or operating via a recently charged battery), we rely on plugs and outlets to power our daily lives. It’s no wonder that according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average American household uses 893 kWh of electricity per month.

Demetra Nikolakakis 


Why Not Use A Vacuum For That!


Although it’s the most obvious use, keeping your carpet free of dirt and crumbs isn’t the only thing your vacuum can be used for. Whether you use a cleaning schedule, are guilty of making some of the most common vacuuming mistakes or know all the places you should vacuum—a vacuum is one of the most valuable cleaning tools you can own, with an abundance of uses you may never have even thought of.

Juliana LaBianca



Did You Know? Random Fact

Did you know Viking men wore makeup?

It’s no doubt that Vikings were some of the toughest men in history books. However, they cared about their appearance enough that makeup was a part of their everyday routine.                           


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Deadly Cancer Signs

Knowing the early signs of cancer—a leading cause of death in the US—is incredibly important for prompt treatment and better health outcomes. “Try to prevent cancer by getting your routine care, your routine immunizations and your proper screenings,” says Joyce Chen, MD. “It’s great that you are healthy, but preventive care/well visits are important because a lot of conditions, especially cancer, can be treated properly if we catch it early.” 




On This Day In History…

In 1877, the first African American cadet graduated from the U.S. Military Academy, and in 1976, the first female cadets were admitted. The academy is now under the general direction and supervision of the department of the U.S. Army and has an enrollment of more than 4,000 students.

Henry Ossian Flipper