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A New Study Is Asking If High Alcohol Consumption Could Protect Against ALS

Where the Ice Bucket Challenge meets the Smirnoff Ice Challenge lies a new study from the European Journal of Neurology — could drinking alcohol help protect you from ALS? 276 more words

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Controlled Crying - The Con Of Controlled Crying

Controlled Crying – The Con Of Controlled Crying.

Pediatrician William Sears has claimed that, “babies who are ’trained’ not to express their needs may appear to be docile, compliant or ‘good’ babies. 16 more words

Parenting

Miscellaneous Electrical Load (MEL)

Miscellaneous Electrical Load (MEL)  in buildings are electric loads resulting from electronic devices not responsible for space heating, cooling, water heating, or lighting. MELs are produced by hard-wired and “plug-in” electrical devices, including home entertainment centers, kitchen electronics such as microwaves and toaster ovens, bath items such as hair dryers and electric hot tubs, and others such as security systems and ceiling fans. 340 more words

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