Pickup trucks are making resurgence in the United States, with many women preferring the truck to the traditional station wagon or minivans as their vehicle of choice. While the utility of a truck is without question, it does raise safety concerns for how to transport children safely. In most states, the laws require children to…
The following is a guest post by Mitch Jawitz Rear-facing? Forward-facing? Middle seat? Installed at the right angle? These are all questions parents ask when it comes to child car seat safety. While we can’t keep accidents from happening, being better prepared can help prevent unnecessary injury to children. The following car seat safety tips can help you keep your kids safe on the road: 1. Children should be rear-facing until they reach the maximum height and/or weight listed for their given car seat model, usually about the age of two.
Implementing energy-efficient improvements in your home not only helps the environment, but it keeps your wallet filled too. Along with long-term energy savings, you will save money through tax credits. The federal government actively promotes its energy-efficiency tax-credit programs to lead American homes toward increased energy efficiency.
Braces change the way we eat, at least at first. Particularly children, who are accustomed to blindly tearing into their crunchy snacks and eating chewy stick-to-everything candy without a thought, need to revise their diets to consume snacks and treats that won’t be painful or cause damage to their new wiring.