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The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
    • LIFESTYLE

  • Health, food, home and garden tips and trends for your family and your life
Updated at 4:06 PM

With a little elbow grease and a set of proper tools, it's easy to make over an inexpensive piece of furniture into a beautiful, customized one. Here's how you can dramatically change a simple IKEA dresser into one that looks high-end.

Updated at 3:59 PM

But the benefits of some aspects of response are less clear. Why, for example, do animals become anxious and depressed when sick? Why do they stop grooming, which makes their fur and feathers better insulators?

Updated at 3:38 PM

Those of us who cook and handle kitchen cleanup as well are fans of one-pot meals, so the source of this recipe - a slender new cookbook with a very long title from Joanna Cismaru, the woman who blogs at JoCooks.com - might be worth your perusal.

Updated at 1:22 PM

Don’t ignore what your lips are trying to tell you because they can actually help you identify some common health problems.

Updated at 10:29 AM

The story by Ryan Lochte, American Olympian swim champion, of being robbed by Brazilian police at gunpoint has been debunked after film footage proved it to be untrue. The 12-time Olympian medalist (six gold) faces consequences that even his profuse...

Updated Aug 23, 2016 at 9:43 AM

Some things seem too hard to talk about with our children. Even normal things like the death of someone close, or the illness of a parent. But these days, surrounded by ever-present media presenting stories and pictures of unimaginable events here...

Updated Aug 23, 2016 at 9:34 AM

The renowned physicist John Archibald Wheeler summed up his long and illustrious career under three headings — three thematic periods that characterized his work. He called the first period, “Everything is Particles.” This covered the time when he...

Updated Aug 23, 2016 at 9:19 AM

The scene is eerily familiar: Rising water levels edge upward, flooding businesses and homes, cars and schools, in what has historically been a hard-hit state. Parents huddle next to their children on rooftops trying to escape the water, pets in...

Updated Aug 22, 2016 at 4:03 PM

I took a breath and let loose an unedited rant: Where does that come from? Think what must be in there! Think how much the people who actually make it must be paid!. And lastly, as the mother of a woman who’d spent the last ten years of her...

Updated Aug 22, 2016 at 1:23 PM

Tomatoes with rotten ends, squash that never produced, plant leaves covered with white powder _ even the most accomplished gardener might face these troubles each year.

Updated Aug 22, 2016 at 12:52 PM

My mother would not tolerate lies or the use of blame as a way to escape responsibilities for one’s actions. Layer that with a grandmother who considered lying to be a deadly sin, and nuns who could figure out your every move, sometimes before you...

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