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How to Get Your Kids Outdoors

Living in the generation that we do, it’s common for kids to just run in and glue their eyes to the TV, computer, or latest video game. A study shows that kids today spend 55 hours a week indoors using just electronics and spend hardly any time at all outdoors. Spending more time outdoors can help inspire kids imaginations and give them the opportunity to interact with nature as opposed to electronics. Not to mention, it has that physical activity component that is fundamental for healthy living!

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Sunjoy Industries Recalls Outdoor Wood Burning Fireplaces Due to Fire Hazard

Sunjoy is recalling bout 20,000 freestanding steel outdoor wood burning fireplaces in the United States and 400 in Canada. The decorative bronze powder coat finish on the fireplace chimney can ignite during use, posing a fire hazard to consumers. Sunjoy has received 14 reports of the chimney’s decorative powder coat finish catching fire, resulting in one report of melted siding. No injuries have been reported.

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Children Affected by AIDS Foundation

There are over 33 million people infected with HIV worldwide and more than 17 million children orphaned by AIDS. Additionally, there are 200,000 young American women living with HIV, many of which have an average of two children. That’s why organizations like the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation (CAAF) are so impactful. CAAF is devoted to providing social, educational, recreational and other critical support programs to vulnerable children affected in some way by HIV/AIDS in the U.S. and other countries.