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    Apple is getting into the buy now, pay later space with a few tweaks to the existing model, including no option to pay with a credit card. The company will roll out the product to some consumers this spring, and will begin reporting the loans to credit bureaus in the fall. Since the start of the pandemic, the option to “buy now, pay later” has skyrocketed in popularity, especially among young and low-income consumers who may not have ready access to traditional credit.

      Saying “I am confident” to yourself in the mirror a thousand times before you go to work, may not actually give you the confidence your job requires. Try these actionable tips instead to ooze confidence at work. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!

      The enamel on teeth helps protect them from cavities, but it can also soak up the pigments from what you eat and drink. Here are some foods that you should consume in moderation if you want to keep your teeth white.

      Healthy eating is not a black and white issue. It’s shades of gray — and sweets are definitely in the gray area. It’s true, sugary-filled treats shouldn’t be a major part of your diet. However, there’s also no reason why they need to be banned entirely. In fact, for many, swearing off favorite treats may cause feelings of deprivation, which can lead to cravings and over-indulgence. That said, the key to enjoying treats is balance.

      Springtime marks asparagus season, when they are easily available and reasonably priced. You’ ll want to select asparagus that are all the same thickness so they will cook evenly. Very fresh asparagus will have closed tips and slightly moist ends.

      One skillet is all you need to create this satisfying, veggie-loaded breakfast (or dinner) dish. This skillet is packed with mushrooms, bell pepper and chard to help up your veggie count for the day and is topped with bacon, eggs, cheese, pico de gallo and fresh cilantro.

      We’re all guilty of hoarding unnecessary products, falling victim to yet another marketing ploy of the next best thing. However, many of these cupboard fillers you could actually live without because either you already own something that can achieve the same result, or they are just redundan…

      When buying a home today, you might have to solve a puzzle about the mortgage rate you'll pay. Which would you do?Get the lowest monthly payment now by paying discount points to reduce the interest rate.Make monthly payments at today's interest rate and wait an unknowable time for rates to fall so you can refinance,...

      No one likes laundry day, but what if you could get away with doing it far less often? Well, experts are now weighing in, saying you don’t always have to rush every article of clothing to the hamper after every wear. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details. 

      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved selling overdose antidote naloxone over-the-counter, marking the first time an opioid treatment drug will be available without a prescription. Wednesday's approval is for Narcan, a name-brand version of naloxone sold by Emergent BioSolutions. How much this will impact a nationwide overdose crisis is not clear, even though better access to naloxone is a priority. The decision means Narcan can be available at convenience and grocery stores, but its price isn't clear. For many people who use drugs, naloxone is already available from community groups — and that's not expected to change.

      A toxic cauldron on social media is one of the minefields players in the NCAA Tournament must navigate. In an era of increased sensitivity to athlete mental health, never have there been more outside voices scrutinizing their every move. In the third part of a series on social media's impact on March Madness, The Associated Press found that turning off social media is an option but not really a practical one. It's unrealistic with the way society interacts in the 21st century. And many athletes need to use social media for endorsement deals. All of that, the AP found, comes with a toll best illustrated by spikes among athletes in anxiety and depression over the past two years.

      The National Women’s Hall of Fame has announced a new group of inductees. Among the honorees are social justice pioneers, groundbreaking physicians and women who have championed Jewish feminist theology and the financial well-being of Native Americans. All will be honored during an induction ceremony in September. Making up the class of 2023 announced Wednesday are scholars and activists Kimberlé Crenshaw, Peggy McIntosh, Judith Plaskow, Loretta Ross and Sandy Stone. Posthumous honors will go to Dr. Patricia Bath, Dr. Anna Wessels Williams and Elouise Pepion Cobell. The National Women's Hall of Fame inducts a new class every other year.


      My name is Rocky! I am a 1-year-old Staffordshire Terrier mix and a super sweet boy who just can't get enough love in my life. I'll be sure to make you feel undeniably loved every day I am with you. I appear to like doggie friends and I'd be happy to meet any potential doggie siblings. I am …

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