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How to shop for a smart sprinkler controller…

Do you have a sprinkler system already? While there are a few smart irrigation controllers that will work with garden hoses or other off-the-rack equipment, most are designed to work with true irrigation controllers that connect to their own water... Read More

Co-Parenting Tips Every Divorcing Couple Needs to Know

It’s well known that nearly half of all marriages in the country end in divorce. The rate is even higher for subsequent marriages. What many people are not as focused on are the children involved and how to best go about co-parenting in a way that... Read More

Fireworks Safety

We know fireworks are fun and young kids look adorable holding those sparklers. Unfortunately, fireworks can cause serious injuries to children, including devastating burns and other injuries. The best way to keep your children safe is to not use... Read More

Best States for Working Dads

With Father’s Day approaching and over 93 percent of dads with young kids working today, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst States for Working Dads.In order to help dads balance their... Read More

10 Tips for Replacing Your Roof

Replacing your roof is a big expense that, fortunately, you only have to manage every 20 to 30 years. If you’re due for a new roof, you probably have a lot of questions about the process and what to look for when hiring a contractor. These 10 tips... Read More

Heatstroke

Sometimes babies are so peaceful and quiet in the backseat that we can forget they are even there, and it can be tempting to leave a sleeping baby in the car so we don’t have to wake them up while we quickly run into the store. But leaving a child... Read More

How to Choose a Free Donut on National Donut Day

It’s that glorious time of year again! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and this Friday, June 7, donut lovers across the country have a whole day to celebrate their favorite hole-y treats. That’s right, folks, Friday... Read More

8 Ways to be a Great Advocate for Your Family Member With Special Needs

By Annette Hines For most families, the journey of taking care of a family member with special needs is “a marathon, not a sprint”.  The emphasis must be on taking care of yourself and your family in order to take on the long-term... Read More

Rosacea: A Skin Condition that Causes Facial Redness

Affecting about 16 million Americans, rosacea is a common skin condition marked by redness on the face. At first, it may only look like flushed cheeks or an outbreak of pimples. But in some cases, rosacea can get worse and cause inflamed, sensitive... Read More

Get Royalty-Free Music For Your Podcast

Not sure where to get some creative commons or royalty-free music for your podcast? You’re in luck! Here are some of our favorite sources. 1. Incompetech.com This is one of the older and more well-known royalty-free music sites. All of... Read More

My Refrigerator Is Not Cooling

Are your leftovers lukewarm? Did your milk go from fresh to foul in a matter of hours? You may want to check the temperature in your fridge. Chances are it isn’t cooling as it should. But why is it suddenly on the fritz? To help figure out why... Read More

Black Mirror Season 5 Trailers Explore Celebrity, Infidelity, and Uber

Netflix’s technophobic smash hit Black Mirror returns next month with three all-new episodes to keep you up at night. With over a year between seasons, we last visited the dystopia of Black Mirror in December with the... Read More

There’s a Measles Outbreak, and it’s Hurting Our Children. Be Proactive.

By Joy Stephenson-Laws, JD, Founder Excerpt from complete story, found here pHLabs Since measles is a virus, it cannot be treated with antibiotics. There is actually no specific treatment for measles, but symptoms usually improve within... Read More

San Francisco sees ‘brownout’ amid spike in public pooping

The Golden City appears to be turning a shade of brown. San Francisco’s streets have long had a problem with human waste, but new reports show that the Bay Area’s public bowel movements are worse than ever. The poop data was released by Open... Read More

MegaCortex ransomware and “The Matrix”

It’s easy to forget that malware authors are regular human beings with hobbies and interests – not that different from their many victims, in fact. Take the tendency to embed references to popular culture in malware – as the creator of a new... Read More

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