Our editorial team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Prices were correct at the time of publication. Yahoo Shopping site
Father’s Day is happening next Sunday, 20 June. If you are still scratching your head as to what to gift your dearest dad, the Yahoo Shopping team is here to help!
A few big sales to highlight so you don’t miss out on all the good deals.
From now till 30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. It also entitles you to customization on every bottle bought of names up to 15 characters, which you can key in the “notes” chat box upon checkout. You will also have the option of choosing the special Father’s Day message on the bottle. Delivery within 3 working days.
From 1-30 June 2021, order a 750ml Maker’s Mark and get a 50ml Maker’s Mark for free. These bottles are printed with “Best Dad Ever” printed on the label. Available on: Grab Mart, Shopee and FoodPanda.
In brief: The Cure for Good Intentions; Widowland; The Moth and the Mountain – reviewsAn eye-opening memoir of leaving journalism for medicine; a gripping counterfactual novel about 1950s Britain; and the moving story of a daring attempt to climb Everest Maurice Wilson, subject of Ed Caesar’s gripping The Moth and the Mountain. Photograph: Gamma-Keystone/Getty Images
Just as one respiratory disease starts to fade in America—at least in some parts, while these states remain at risk—another has reared its ugly head, and the CDC just issued a health advisory over it. The agency is recommending expanded testing for "respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) activity across parts of the Southern United States." "Respiratory syncytial (sin-SISH-uhl) virus, or RSV, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms," says the CDC. "Most people recov
In an ideal world, you'd get all of your essential vitamins and minerals from the food you eat. But looking at the average American diet, one thing is clear: It's time to call for some backup. According to a meta-analysis of studies done by Oregon State University, 75 percent of us aren't eating the daily recommended amount of fruit, and 80 percent aren't eating enough vegetables. That means 94 percent of us don't meet the daily recommended intake of Vitamin D, half of us don't get enough magnes
The grocery store seems so innocent: A cabinet-filling cornucopia of sustenance for you and your family. Turns out, it contains an average soap opera's worth of secrets. As soon as you walk in the door — wait, don't grab that cart before you read this — you're presented with some pretty serious threats to your health, from secretly unhealthy products to marketing gimmicks to the stuff that lurks on the freezer door handles. That's why Eat This, Not That! Health asked top experts to reveal the wa
Readers reply: how do we know we’re not living in a simulation like the Matrix?. The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts