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10 Made-in-the-Shade Ideas for Covered Outdoor Spaces

(BPT) - Homeowners across the country are going undercover. It seems no matter where you live, the growing popularity of covered outdoor spaces is evident in backyards from Buffalo to Bakersfield. …

Wednesday, May 22

Refresh your shade garden: Transform the outdoors with impatiens

(BPT) - Gardening enthusiasts, rejoice! The long-awaited moment has arrived — gardening season is officially here. As green thumbs eagerly prepare to embark on their outdoor endeavors, …

Wednesday, May 15
Best cities for naked gardening
LawnStarter reports on the best cities in the U.S. to bare it all in the garden.
Jeff Herman
Friday, May 3
Green goodness: 4 reasons to love homegrown produce
(BPT) - Are you one of the 185 million Americans who garden? If not, it’s time to consider joining the crowd. Gardening can be an incredibly rewarding hobby, especially if you grow your own …
Monday, April 29
Antoni Porowski's tips for creating a yard-to-table garden
(BPT) - Have you ever grown salsa in your garden? What about potato salad? You can, with spring’s hottest culinary trend called "yard-to-table." It brings farm-to-table home and is about …
Thursday, April 25
From watering via ice cubes to spritzing with hydrogen peroxide – 4 misguided plant health trends on social media
The internet is full of advice on just about everything, including plant care. As the director of a plant diagnostic laboratory and expert on plant medicine, I help people manage their plants’ health
Nick Goltz, University of Connecticut, The Conversation
Monday, April 15
How to transform your backyard into a PGA TOUR-level lawn
(BPT) - Throughout the year, golf tournaments captivate audiences excited to watch the pros do what they do best: play golf! As viewers tune in to see their favorite athletes compete on pristine golf …
Thursday, April 11

6 tips to take your spring DIY projects from weeds to blooms

(BPT) - The spring is a great time of year to start tackling the DIY projects you’ve been putting off all winter. If you plan to roll up your sleeves this season, you're part of a growing …
Monday, April 8

7 Tips for Spring Yard Prep

(BPT) - After winter's last gasp, spring is just around the corner. That means it's time to get out into the yard and tackle some spring cleaning. With a little DIY prep work now, your yard will be …
Tuesday, April 2
Lifestyle news
Why allergies are on the rise
Northwell Health partnered with Stacker to examine the increasing rate of allergies using data from the National Health Interview Survey.
Colleen Kilday, Data Work By Emma Rubin
2 days ago
Military sexual trauma is shockingly common—Here's how it affects mental health
Charlie Health discusses the toll military sexual trauma takes on veteran mental health and provides information on mental health resources for survivors.
Kayla Levy
2 days ago
Why testosterone matters for longevity
Hone Health examined data from a 2024 meta analysis and found a strong link between testosterone levels and mortality risk.
Rebekah Harding
3 days ago
High stakes, historic rewards: Olympic sports with the most injuries
As Paris 2024 approaches, Northwell Health partnered with Stacker to explore the sports with the highest rates of injuries and recovery time.
DeArbea Walker, Data Work By Emma Rubin
3 days ago
Changing tipping culture has Americans befuddled: Does everything require a tip?
Uniqode used data from Pew Research Center and news reports to explore how technology is changing the tipping culture in the U.S. 
Andrew Jose, Data Work By Emma Rubin
5 days ago