Submitted by Dinesh Dhiman on February 28, 2013 - 10:45am
Ok, admit it. You are guilty of going to the fridge, flinging the door open and staring into the abyss having no idea what you want even though you think you are hungry. Be it the middle of the night, at dinner time, or after school when the kids swarm the kitchen, the refrigerator is the hub of activity in any kitchen. Check out these models that work harder to keep your food fresher, you more informed, and the family entertained.
Submitted by Pam Johnson on February 22, 2013 - 11:19am
Addiction is broadly defined as the persistent use of mood altering substances or maladaptive behaviors in spite of adverse consequences. Most forms of addiction share more than they don't. At times, an adverse consequence related to addiction can take its toll on one's family, job, bank account, and social relationships.
The true sadness of addiction is its insidious power over the individual; a power that is usually acquired through promising short-term highs for long-term travail.