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Practical changes that will help solve the child care crisis

09.24.2020 · Posted in Parenting Articles, Technology Articles

For September 2020's Social Good Series panel, Lyz Lenz spoke with MJ Hegar, Leslie Priscilla, and Christine Michel Carter about the changes we need to see to help solve the child care crisis in America. Read more...More about Parenting, Mashable Vid... ...

San Francisco is getting closer to an e-cigarette ban to protect kids, but it may hurt adult smokers who use vaping to quit

San Francisco is getting closer to banning the sale of e-cigarettes in the city in a bid to prevent minors from accessing them—but the new legislation may also hurt adult smokers who are trying to quit. The city’s Board of Supervisors today voted unanimously to approve two proposals: legislation that would ban the sale or delivery ...

Here’s the first country in the world to ban sunscreens harmful to coral reefs

11.02.2018 · Posted in Technology Articles

Planning a holiday to Palau? Take the right sunscreen or you'll be up for a hefty fine. The Pacific island nation, an archipelago made up of over 500 islands and home to some of the most stunning coral reefs in the world, will become the very first c... ...

National Alzheimer’s Project Act Signed Into Legislation

08.10.2011 · Posted in Fitness Articles

This contains information about the national Alzheimer's project signed into legislation so that federal research can be done to find out more about the disease. ...

The History Of American Home Brewing

11.03.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

At first, home beer brewing was illegal in America, before the laws changed and made America one of the top producing beer countries on the 90's... and now we see the decline once again with the tough economic times forcing many companies out of business and into bankruptcy. This has of course led to more ...

Lemon Law : Keep Records To Win

09.15.2007 · Posted in Automotive Articles

Although the Lemon Laws are there to protect you, the one thing you don't want is to actually have to use them, because that means you've gone and bought yourself a 'sick' car. Odd squeaks and rattles don't count as they're just fair wear and tear, but if you are experiencing major vehicle defects (such ...