In this interview, Ari Whitten, author of “The Ultimate Guide to Red Light Therapy,” reviews the mechanics and basic benefits of red light and infrared light. Whitten, who has a degree in kinesiology, exercise science and movement science, has studied natural health, fitness and nutrition for over 20 years. He’s been a personal trainer, health […]

The Pick of the Day is a very clean and appealing 1964 Mercury Comet 2-door sedan in authentic-looking restored condition but with some modern performance underpinnings. “It’s powered by a 260 Ford V8 with only about 200 miles since being rebuilt, mated to an early C4 automatic transmission with a Ford 8″ rear and 3.80

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Ready for a quick round-up of the week’s biggest stories? Find out exactly what happened in the world of tech with Trusted Reviews’ Winners and Losers. Let’s face it, even the most ardent pf tech followers – and I include the Trusted Reviews team here – will have had one eye glued to world events

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“Speed and horsepower are the only two items in the development of better-performing automobiles” – Wally Parks, founder, NHRA The event was hosted by the Automobile Driving Museum, located near LAX airport Although the Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo, California, remains closed because of coronavirus pandemic restrictions, it is able to host some outdoor

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Good news! As of 2021, the Chinese-market Cadillac XT5 and XT6 will get a 48 volt mild hybrid system, new gold paint, and—if the above photo, which we swear on our mothers’ lives was actually included with the press release, is any indication—the ability to levitate. As of model year 2021, the Chinese-market XT5 and

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You can’t swing a custom, billet-hewn Cougar emblem these days without scratching up a few high-dollar restomods. There’s an entire spectrum out there, ranging from the crate-motor-and-decal jobs to the Singer types. Ringbrothers is no Singer, but its builds are certainly special. We’ve seen a number recently, and all embody some fundamentally interesting idea. Whether

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Thanks largely to Tesla, manufacturer of the quickest car we’ve ever tested, we’ve come to expect great rapidity from electric vehicles. But if EVs are going to become mainstream (and both governmental and automaker pledges indicate that is going happen eventually, ready or not), then they can’t all be high-priced rocket ships for early adopters.

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Jeep’s all-new Grand Cherokee L, the first-ever three-row Grand Cherokee SUV that also ushers in the next-generation Grand Cherokee (the two-row version arrives for 2022), is almost here. To prepare Jeepers eager for a seven-seat Grand Cherokee, the automaker has released official pricing for the three-row family hauler. The Grand Cherokee L will be costlier—but

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