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Month: February 2017

Uh-Oh: Screentime Has Similar Effects as Sedatives in Children…
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Uh-Oh: Screentime Has Similar Effects as Sedatives in Children…

According to the American Psychological Association, parents are some of the most stressed out people on the planet (that's especially true for single parents). On top of everything else moms and dads have to stress about in 2017, many parents worry about the amount of screen time their kids have. It's no wonder that a study from the Institute of Education at Plymouth University found that virtually all (98%) of parents said camping makes their kids appreciate nature more, and 95% said their kids were happier when they were camping -- away from the siren call of screens. But are those screens necessarily bad? A new study indicates that, yes, screen time might actually have some pretty negative side effects. The study, conducted by Dr. Dominique Chassard and staff at the Hôpital M...
Winter Grilling: Keep the Flame in Your Grilling Romance All Season Long
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Winter Grilling: Keep the Flame in Your Grilling Romance All Season Long

Summer is a fantastic season for backyard parties, beach vacations, and of course, grilling. In fact, many people look forward to summer all year long for the sole reason that they'll be able to grill again! But Winter doesn't have to mean the end of your romance with good grilling. In fact, you can grill all year long and keep the burgers, hot dogs, and ribs flowing for the whole family. Here are a few tips to help you learn how to grill during the winter. Keep the Grill Close Even the best grilling-enthusiasts know better than to keep the grill far, far away from the house in the dead of winter. If you can, try to minimize the number of steps it takes to get from your door to the grill. This will make a hasty retreat indoors much more feasible. Keep an Eye on the Propane ...