They’re parts of the house not visited as often as your kitchen or living room, and they contain hazards ranging from the electrical to the zoological. Family Safety & Health looks at some of the more significant dangers to watch out for.
A seasonal food is produce that is purchased and eaten around the time it’s harvested. “We know that produce that is purchased in season is more likely to be fresher, consumed closer to harvesting and higher in nutritional value,” one expert tells us.
Planning a family trip over spring break that involves staying overnight at a hotel? If you’ve got a baby, follow these tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics to keep your young ones safe in hotel rooms.