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Most Helpful Reviews From Allrecipes.com    Made these last week and got 48 EXACTLY . The only modification was that I made 1/2 the filling as others suggested (but added a lot more pecans just because I

Most Helpful Reviews From Allrecipes.com Made these last week and got 48 EXACTLY . The only modification was that I made 1/2 the filling as others suggested (but added a lot more pecans just because I

CARAMEL APPLE PIE BREAD PUDDING! Oh my! You combined apple pie and bread pudding?! It looks and sounds incredible! Perfect for dessert, or even breakfast!

CARAMEL APPLE PIE BREAD PUDDING! Oh my! You combined apple pie and bread pudding?! It looks and sounds incredible! Perfect for dessert, or even breakfast!

Cockroaches make us cringe as they’re gross and awful, and it’s not uncommon for them to carry dangerous diseases considering the conditions they live in. There are many ways you can get rid of them,

Cockroaches make us cringe as they’re gross and awful, and it’s not uncommon for them to carry dangerous diseases considering the conditions they live in. There are many ways you can get rid of them,

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Did you know that for every inch the head moves forward in posture, its weight on your neck and upper back muscles increases by 10 pounds? For example, a human head weighing 12 pounds held forward only 3 inches from the shoulders results in 42 pounds of pressure on the neck and upper back muscles. That's the equivalent of almost three watermelons resting on your neck and back!

Did you know that for every inch the head moves forward in posture, its weight on your neck and upper back muscles increases by 10 pounds? For example, a human head weighing 12 pounds held forward only 3 inches from the shoulders results in 42 pounds of pressure on the neck and upper back muscles. That's the equivalent of almost three watermelons resting on your neck and back!