Sustainable Habits to Help You Beat the Heat This Summer

Heatwaves may be annoying, but if you’re not careful they can march right into dangerous territory! In fact, according to 2015 data from the National Weather Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the most dangerous place to be during a heatwave is in a permanent residence with little or no air conditioning. A… Continue reading Sustainable Habits to Help You Beat the Heat This Summer

Study Links Air Pollution As a Factor in Why Americans Are So Sleep Deprived

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Study after study shows that Americans are a chronically exhausted lot, and it turns out that lack of sleep may not be the only thing to blame. Even though about 60 million Americans suffer from either sleep disorders or sleep deprivation, one study has found that air pollution may also be a factor into why… Continue reading Study Links Air Pollution As a Factor in Why Americans Are So Sleep Deprived

Here’s How To Conquer Your Pesky Spring and Summer Allergies

Summer is quickly approaching, and although many take the warm weather and emerging sunshine as good news, severe allergy sufferers can probably feel their eyes watering up and itching already, especially since experts are warning that the allergy season could start earlier and last longer this year, according to DNA Info. “What’s happening is we… Continue reading Here’s How To Conquer Your Pesky Spring and Summer Allergies

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Global Warming Causing Wild Salmon to Lose Sense of Smell

Salmon are slowly but surely losing their sense of smell and fear for predators, according to researchers at the University of Washington. Previously, salmon were able to sense that predators in an area were leaving, but now that their natural waters are becoming more polluted with carbon emissions, their sense of smell as a breed… Continue reading Global Warming Causing Wild Salmon to Lose Sense of Smell

Camping With Kids: 5 Tips For An Unforgettable Memorial Day Weekend

The school year is winding down — and in some cases already over — the weather is heating up, and the kids are eager for some much-needed time outdoors. Every parent can relate to this sense of excitement that builds during May. Lucky for us, Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner. One of… Continue reading Camping With Kids: 5 Tips For An Unforgettable Memorial Day Weekend

Shea Moisture Comes Under Fire for Racially Exclusive Commercial

The world of beauty is a big place — globally, the beauty industry is worth $400 billion dollars, and back in 2016 there were 16,710 day spas in the U.S. alone. However, despite being a massive worldwide industry, many understand that not every demographic has been given a fair representation. Take Shea Moisture, for example.… Continue reading Shea Moisture Comes Under Fire for Racially Exclusive Commercial

Early Enforcement of Good Tooth Habits Can Help Keep Decay Away

A healthy, beautiful smile is important to most adults. In fact, 32% of people say they’re concerned about the look of their teeth. Many folks aren’t so fond of the dentist though either, but there are things parents can do to encourage good dental habits in their children. When these practices are developed at an… Continue reading Early Enforcement of Good Tooth Habits Can Help Keep Decay Away

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