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Babies Playing In The Water

New mothers go to great lengths to protect their babies from potential harm. From BPA-free glass bottles to all-natural clothing fibers and everything in between, moms are always looking for ways to reduce the amount of chemicals in and around their homes. Unfortunately, many remain unaware of the possible dangers from one big chemical found […]

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Lasagna

July 29 is National Lasagna Day, and we’re celebrating the occasion by bringing you two unique recipes for this Italian staple. Choose your favorite and whip up a warm, cheesy dish to enjoy with your loved ones. Creole Lasagna A spicy, Bayou twist on an Italian classic! Ingredients ½ lb. Andouille smoked sausage 1 (8-oz.) […]

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People Eating Watermelon At A Picnic

July is National Picnic Month, and throughout the country, families are celebrating by spending some quality time together outdoors. While most people associate picnics with checkered blankets and wicker baskets of food, these festive gatherings also provide a great opportunity for exercise and fun. If you are planning a picnic with your loved ones, the […]

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Drought Shaming

With even conservative estimates placing the remaining water in California’s reservoirs at one-year’s worth, the entire state is feeling the effects of drought and the resulting mandated cutbacks in usage ordered by Governor Brown in April. Home consumption has reduced considerably, with last month’s figures in Los Angeles County showing cutbacks exceeding the ideal reduction […]

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Water Damage in Ceiling

Buying a new house is an exciting experience, especially for first-time buyers who have finally achieved a lifelong dream. At the same time, new homes provide owners with certain challenges that leave many unprepared. Common Issues Like new cars, new homes often have a few bugs that need to be worked out. Built of thousands […]

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