Even if you never before considered getting a home air purifier to filter out smoke, pollution, pollen or pet dander, the widening pandemic may have you pondering such a purchase now. But could an air cleaner really help keep your family safer from the coronavirus? Maybe, scientists say, but it depends on the type. Certain … Continue reading Should You Get A Portable Air Purifier?
Six months in to this pandemic, if you’re feeling more than a little stir crazy, it might be time to rediscover a healthy outdoor activity: biking. Out on the open road with the breeze in your face, it’s an easy way to let cares roll off your back. Plus it’s great exercise and can give … Continue reading Cabin Fever? Here’s How To Rediscover The Joy Of Biking
Carissa Helmer and her husband had been trying to get pregnant for five or six months by early April, when COVID-19 started to spike in the Washington, D.C., area where they live. Maybe, they mused, they should stop trying to conceive for a few months. But then a pregnancy test came back positive. click here … Continue reading Safe Pregnancy As COVID-19 Surges: What’s Best For Mom And Baby?
Food waste is a huge problem in the United States. The good news: Each of us can help solve it. CLICK HERE to read the entire NPR article.
My backyard used to be a junkyard, a tragic mix of rubble, tires, pipes, chew toys, glass shards. It felt hopeless. COVID-19 has changed my perspective. I was standing in a long line to get into the grocery store, and wondered: Why have I let all this dirt and sunlight and water go to waste? CLICK HERE to … Continue reading How To Start A COVID Victory Garden
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