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Many people are getting sick and dying in America. We’ve been hit harder by the coronavirus than any other country in the world. Some states have issued a “massive fatality warning.” We are living in a moment of time where you can’t be too careful, and sadly some people still aren’t being ca…

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As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. She received her second dose last week – even before President Joe Biden.

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If you were to pack a magic cleaning kit, vinegar would surely be one of the first items in your satchel.

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We’re bubbling with more baking soda tips this week.

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The cooking and celebrating may be over, but what to do with all those leftovers?

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DEAR MAYO CLINIC: We typically host several family members and their children in our home for a visit each December. But due to COVID-19 we have decided to avoid social encounters. How can I tell my siblings that they and their children can’t come without creating a rift? Also, do you have a…

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Planning some porch drop-offs of homemade holiday treats this week?

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This week’s Trib Tips takes a trip down “sweet lane” to show you a couple of tasty and easy gift ideas, such as homemade fudge and Irish cream.

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The holiday season can be a tricky time to maintain physical health, and with COVID-19 keeping many people indoors and isolated, there are even more barriers to wellness.

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The funeral service for Lillian vandenBerg will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, December 4, 2020 at Nortonville Gospel Chapel. Visitation will be this evening, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Klaassen Family Funeral Home. Masks and Social Distancing will be required at all services. Please visit www.klaassen f…

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The turkey and fixings tasted great Thursday, but if you had a small Thanksgiving due to COVID-19 precautions, you may have more leftovers than you normally do.

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Q: I lost my Thanksgiving this year and I’m afraid I’m going to lose my time over Christmas break, as well. My son and daughter, age 5 and 7, were scheduled to be with me, but because my mother lives with me and the state suggestion is to limit visitors over the holidays, their mom and I dec…

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COVID-19 may be causing smaller gatherings and canning plans to dine out in restaurants, but we can still gobble some homemade goodness.

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PITTSBURGH — Fleeting daylight. Colder weather. Gloomy skies. The churn of conflicting emotions and financial distress that can accompany the holidays.

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If you’re only using baking soda for baking, you’re missing the baking soda boat.

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If cleaning your cookware isn’t quite panning out for you, read on.

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COVID-19 is haunting Halloween for kiddos who want to trick-or-treat.

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At 2 a.m. Nov. 1, we’ll gain an hour of sleep with the end of daylight saving time.

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Like Pepe Le Pew, the Looney Tunes skunk many of us grew up with, stench sticks around.

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The leaves aren’t the only things turning vibrant shades of orange, yellow and red this autumn. It’s campfire season.

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When we experience the loss of a loved one, we can find ourselves on a roller coaster of emotions.

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Bananas are a sweet and easy-to-eat-on-the-run treat.

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Apples are a must-eat fall treat.

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A shimmering smile isn’t the only thing toothpaste can be credited for. That little magical tube of paste can conquer everything from carpet and clothing stains to burns and water rings.

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Like everything during this season of COVID-19, Labor Day weekend may feel a bit different this year.

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Some schools are back in session, but that doesn’t mean summer is over. And summer isn’t summer without ice cream.

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Men should restrict alcohol consumption to one drink each day, a group recommending new U.S. dietary guidelines says.

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Corn prices may be a little higher than we’re accustomed to due to heavy spring rains, summer droughts and other issues, but if you figure an ear per person, it’s still a bargain vegetable that meshes well with any summer meal.

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This week’s Trib Tips offers up some ways to keep food and drinks cool for end-of-summer fun.

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If your garden is anything like ours, you have zucchini multiplying by the millions (or so it seems).

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It’s prime time for blueberries and the Grand Haven area is a prime place for this fresh fruit, so we’re diving in with some great tips on how to keep your blueberry experience from being anything but blue.

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It’s time for socially distanced camping, outdoor dining, reading and campfire pleasures.

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July is National Watermelon Month, and since it is one of my favorite fruits, we’re cutting to the core with this week’s Trib Tips.

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The wick has burned out on the Fourth of July, but there’s still plenty of fun to fire up.

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Our local sky show is canceled this year due to the pandemic, but there’s still plenty of festive fun to be had this Fourth of July.

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Firing up the grill to celebrate Father’s Day this weekend?

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It’d be great if racism didn’t exist. If you didn’t have to give your kid an explanation for why a person clutched a bag as a black man walked by. If black families didn’t have to hold multiple versions of “the talk” in hopes that their child doesn’t become the next Michael Brown or George F…