The Best Thermometer for Kids and Adults

Thermometers have been in and out of stock almost everywhere for months as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. That has forced many people to pay more than usual for “good enough.” Know this, though: Most fever thermometers will read your temperature accurately. The best ones are also fast and easy to read—so you can quickly figure out what to do if you or a member of your household may be sick. If you’re looking for a traditional oral/rectal stick thermometer, our pick is the iProven DTR-1221A. 

The iProven DTR-1221A is double the price of most digital stick thermometers, but it is reliably consistent, longer, more flexible, and—crucially—more frequently available than its competitors. It can also switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Accurate, reliable, and fast, the Equate Infrared In-Ear Digital Thermometer is an easy-to-read thermometer with a backlit display. It’s for in-ear use only, but compared with our contactless picks, it offers similar consistency for a much lower cost. It can also switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.


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In FitFlex’s Strength and Stamina class, we will delve deep into building the fittest body you can. The class aims to not only shape you up, but also instruct and inform you in the right methods to do weightlifting and working out.

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Learn how to maintain a comfortable and healthy posture, with our comprehensive class that goes through the most popular Yoga and Pilates postures. These postures are gears to make your body more flexibile and agile.

achieving your goals

Getting in shape forces you to face your biggest challenges, and sticking to a regular routine for a long period of time. This class will make sure you know how to focus on the right exercises and workouts to reach your goals. 

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