Increasing energy efficiency in your home: benefit for the environment, your wallet, and your health

Making your home more energy efficient is not only good for the earth, it’s also good for your wallet and health. Here are some simple methods, recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy, for decreasing your carbon footprint, your monthly electricity bill, and serious health risks all at the same time.
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Frozen foods on the rise in a cold economy?

Saving time and money on food in a down economy