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We all know someone who can never seem to get comfy, no matter the temperature. They're always pulling off sweaters because they're too hot, or cranking up the heat because they're too cold. But soon, salvation for these folks could come in the form of a special wristband that uses a copper heatsink to fool your body into thinking it's just been warmed or cooled — when in reality the ambient temperature hasn't changed.


Winter has just ticked over to spring, but that doesn't mean it's suddenly warm outside: the heater, electric blanket or fire might still be on. Even if you're not trying to stay warm, you can still waste energy: you don't have to be a glutton to waste energy — many homeowners with good intentions still end up blowing money this time of year. Here's a look at a 16 common mistakes folks make — and some quick fixes and long-term solutions to keeping a home's systems running as efficiently and inexpensively as possible.


This summer is a hot one. With money tight and temperatures high, there's a temptation to test out unconventional ways to beat the the heat. But these odd home remedies can end up wasting energy and costing more money. Here's how to know what really works when you want to keep cool for cheap.