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A dishwasher is a luxury many apartment dwellers in expensive metropolitan areas can only fantasize about. That’s about to change with Tetra from Heatworks. Just unveiled at CES, Tetra is an internet-connected dishwasher that sits on a countertop and doesn’t require plumbing. With the ability to hold 10 plates or 12 glasses, it’s not going to challenge a conventional unit in terms of capacity. But anyone who washes all their dishes by hand would love a little assistance, right? And that’s just what Tetra provides at 10 minutes a load. There is something else Tetra has going for it; it won’t waste as much water as handwashing does, so you can save a bit while also not needing to scrub after a dinner. Perfect for two people, Tetra requires no faucet connection, so you can plop it anywhere there’s room. Look for it later this year and cost under $300.

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We feel like it’s relatively common knowledge these days that better gut health leads to improved overall wellness, but how, exactly do you make that happen? Skip the obscure diets and Instagram fads because all you need is Probulin Total Care probiotic capsules. Unlike other options on the market, Probulin Total Care offers a premium blend of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains–along with targeted ingredients–for whole body health and unparalleled support, but you should still consult your healthcare professional prior to taking it. That said, Probulin is the best way to kickstart your health and wellness program.