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The Problem Of Towels Every household has its mysteries. In our eight-person household which includes Don and me —the so-called adults—the four teens and two toddlers , the mystery at the moment involved towels. We have tons of towels. I know this because I bought them. I know this because of what happens when I wash every towel we own on my Saturday big laundry day.
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The device, usually worn on the ankle, can detect alcohol consumption through the skin, alerting authorities if the user has broken his or her probation by drinking. Patients in rehabilitation programs often submit to alcohol monitoring as well, often through regular Breathalyzers or blood tests. A team of scientists from the University of California, San Diego, has come up with a potential alternative: a tiny implantable chip.
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