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How to Know What You Need for a 3D TV

The future of TV and movie watching has already arrived. 3D TVs are taking the tech world by storm. With so many successful 3D movies already in theaters, it’s no wonder why 3D TVs are a popular product at electronic stores around the world. But there are important facts to know and questions to ask […]

What if people had exoskeletons?

Human beings are like reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish in the fact that we all have internal skeletons. Muscles connect to the skeleton to provide motion, and we have soft skin on the outside. However, a huge percentage of the life on this planet does it the other way around. They put their skeletons on […]

Dan and Scott’s Portobello Crab Melt

Dan and Scott¡¯s Portobello Crab Melt See more recipes from TLC’s KICK OFF COOK OFF, a new cooking competition that slams together America’s two favorite pastimes: football and cooking! Check out more recipes for Seafood

Ultimate Guide to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

On the fourth Thursday of the month, the same day that most Americans gather around the dining table and gobble turkey to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches through the streets of New York City. Elaborate floats, marching bands, clowns and celebrities create a carnivalesque atmosphere. But the main attraction is […]

Why is winter not happening?

Residents of the midwestern and northeastern United States faced a brutal winter in 2010-2011. Highways skidded to an icy stop. Pipes froze. Stir-crazy families tested the watchable limits of their Netflix Unlimited Streaming accounts. When meteorologists forecast another brutal winter for 2011-2012, a frost-tested U.S. public prepared for a full-blown snowman invasion. Even the 2012 […]

MCL Injury & Walking

Your medial collateral ligament, or MCL in common shorthand, is a ligament located in your knee. The MCL is a common injury site for athletes, particularly those involved in contact sports. An MCL injury can be mild or severe. Treatment options vary, and you should take precautions — and follow your doctor’s instructions — as […]

Ingrown Toenail Relief With Epsom Salts

An ingrown toenail occurs when your nail grows into the skin of the nail bed, usually on the side. It can be a very painful condition and can easily become infected. One remedy for an ingrown toenail is to soak the affected foot in a bath containing Epsom salts. A variety of things can cause […]

Bear Bryant

Paul Bryant began his college football career as the “other” end to Don Hutson on the University of Alabama¡¯s 1935 Rose Bowl team. Don Hutson went on to become one of pro football’s all-time stars, but Bryant, though drafted by the NFL in 1936, opted to become an assistant coach at his alma mater. It […]

Sports Nutrition for Football Players

Competitive sports require serious nutrition to provide the extra energy your body needs. Strength, speed, stamina and recovery all depend on proper nutrition, says Leslie Bonci, director of sports nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Football players need to be conscious of carbohydrate and caloric intake, along with hydration. Calorie requirements increase no […]

Luke Appling

Position: Shortstop Teams: Chicago White Sox, 1930-1943; 1945-1950 Luke Appling was a batsman second to none, hitting over .300 16 times in his 20-year career. He had outstanding command of the strike zone, once fouling off over a dozen pitches in a single at bat. Lucius Benjamin Appling (1907-1991) grew up in Atlanta and was […]

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