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  • Protecting Your Teen

    Being a teen has never been easy. The teenage years are fraught with hormones and stress. Few people feel at home in their teenage bodies or at ease in teenage social situations. And, in our modern world, things are only tougher on teens: Added threats like cyberbullying and a horrifying nationwide opioid crisis are making

  • When to Save and When to Splurge on Home Appliances

    Modern-day homes are characterized by state-of-the-art appliances. Interestingly, most of these appliances are found in the kitchen or have a close association with the kitchen’s environment. Before purchasing any appliance, be sure to do thorough market research to ascertain the prices and quality. Above all other things, budgetary allocations have to be put into consideration

  • 3 Tips for Choosing the Ideal House Temperature for Baby

    As babies grow older, they’re more capable of regulating their own body temperature, meaning they can withstand slightly more extreme variants in their environment. However, for newborns especially, it’s essential that you keep your home at the right temp. Just a few degrees too cold or too hot could spell poor sleep or even illness

  • Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality for a New Baby

    Most parents want their child to breathe clean indoor air, but few of them know what causes indoor air pollution or how to prevent it. Fortunately, with the right approach and a little know-how, you can improve the air quality inside your home. Here are five simple ways to improve the air your new baby

  • 5 Tech Devices That Give You a Greener Home

    Many people associate an eco-friendly lifestyle with decreased technology usage. Others believe that living off the grid is the only way to truly live an environmentally-sound life. While there’s nothing wrong with limiting your use of technology or living off the grid, it’s not necessary to do either to protect and respect the environment. In

  • Keeping Your Company’s Information Secure

    In today’s world, it’s hard to keep anything private. Many businesses maintain electronic records, use online clouds for storage, and communicate through the internet. These practices often make for a more efficient work day, but they do leave companies exposed to data breaches. While impossible to completely prevent hackers from entering the system, it’s important

  • Is Hitting a Parked Car a Hit and Run?

    It happens to everyone. You’ve been rushing all day. It was a stressful day at work, and now you’re running by the grocery store and the pharmacy and you’re going to be late for dinner with the kids. You’re not looking very carefully and you end up bumping into a parked car as you’re leaving