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Diabetics and non-diabetics alike can take positive steps to control blood sugar levels safely and naturally. Read on to find out what you can do.

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Who Pays For the Bridesmaid Dresses When . . . ?

Figuring out who pays for the bridesmaids' dresses is tough, but depending on the situation, the rules are clear. Try this cheatsheet and good luck!

5 Times a Gym Membership Isn't Worth It

Exercise is one key to frugal living — but that gym membership may be a waste of dough. Go ahead, ditch the gym and commit to truly frugal fitness.

6 Healthy Homemade Yogurt Recipes

A tub of bacteria never tasted so good. Make these easy homemade yogurt recipes for your family and stop paying more for store-bought.

A Credit Card That Rewards You for Online Shopping: AT&T Access More Card From Citi

There's a new card on the block and it rewards you for online shopping and being an AT&T customer. Check out the AT&T Access More Card from Citi.

Which Workout Foods Are Actually Worth the Money?

With no shortage of diet bars and shakes on the market, how do you know what's worth the buy? It's all on the label.

5 Easy Ways to Save on Groceries in a Pinch

Smart food budgeting is an essential skill. When you need to cut back even more — and fast! — get creative with what you have, and what you buy.

Best Money Tips: 10 Foods You Should Be Eating Raw

Today we found some great articles on food that are healthier if eaten raw, DIY car maintenance every adult should know, and ways to conquer shyness.

4 Green Home Rebates That Save You Big in 2015

Save some green by going green! Bring the outdoors in with these eco-friendly home renovations that also earn you some tax credits.

6 Health Rules You Should Be Breaking

Cut yourself some slack. These time-honored health rules are out of date — and in some cases actually more harmful than healthful.

The 5 Best Road Bikes

A road bike is designed to do one thing -- go fast on paved surfaces. Whether you're looking to race or just to cruise quickly, these are the five bikes you should consider.

The 7 Worst Travel Values

Vacation means treating yourself — and even splurging a little, but some travel deals simply aren't. Travel smart and avoid these tourist traps.

Ask the Readers: What Is Your Biggest Monthly Expense?

Tell us what your biggest monthly expense is and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

6 Old School Beauty Products We Want Back

It wasn't so long ago that beer promised bouncy curls, and emotion was a scent you could wear. What do you wish they still made?

4 Mobile Phone Upgrades That Aren't Worth the Money

Many phone upgrade offers seem worthwhile at the store, but are usually a waste of money. We promise — you won't need them, so don't buy them!

9 Quick Workouts You Can Do During Commercial Breaks

Turn TV time into a real workout by adding these quick, but intense fitness routines to your viewing habit.

4 Ways to Get Cheaper Health Insurance

Obamacare made health care mandatory for most — and the healthcare market tricky for all. Learn to navigate the system and pay less for insurance.

Best Money Tips: Money-Saving YouTube Channels

Today we found some great articles on YouTube channels that could save you hundreds, the right way to store and organize your spices, and tips to save money this summer.

10 Fun, Creative Uses for Airline Miles

Airline rewards are good for more than just airfare. From charity to merch, here's what else you can do with your miles.

Best Money Tips: Ways to Stop Wasting Food

Today we found some great articles on ways to stop wasting food, how to save more when shopping online, and stupid things that improve your quality of life.

Why This Thing in Your Wallet Is Almost Useless Today

Travelers checks were once a staple for safe spending abroad. Today, they are mostly obsolete — here's why it's okay to leave home without them.