Get Rid of Frizzy Hair Easily

Written by Kenia Morales

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•Limitrepparttar use of heat styling products such asrepparttar 140984 hot irons, blower etc.

•Deep condition hair every week.

•Use anti-frizz finishing products.

•Use hair products that help protect it from UV rays. The label should say UVA & UVB Protection or SPF.


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13 Don'ts on Child Safety

Written by Alma De La Cruz

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7. Entertainment Center: Use angle braces or anchors to secure larger furniture-which presents a tipping hazard-torepparttar 140943 wall.

8. Baby Walkers: Each year, an average of 2 children die as a result of baby-walker related injuries. Holtzman recommends using a stationary activity center instead.

9. Water faucet: Water with 140 degrees Fahrenheit will produce a third-degree burn on a child in just 3 seconds! Set hot water heaters no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. A lower water temperature will reducerepparttar 140944 chance of scald burns. Always checkrepparttar 140945 water temperature before giving a small child a bath.

10. Mouthwash: Many brands contain alcohol. Children are much more sensitive torepparttar 140946 toxic effects of alcohol than adults.

11. Window Treatments with hanging cords: Those that were manufactured before 2001 may pose a strangulation risk to small children. Consider replacing them with today's safer products or repairing them.

12. Antifreeze: It has a sweet taste. Children or pets will drink large amounts of it if it is left out in an open container or if it is spilled on your driveway.

13. Plants: As beautiful as they appear, decorative plants may not be safe as you think. Two common household plants that are frequently ingested by children are Dieffenbachia and Philodendron. Both of these plants can cause very serious symptoms. These plants contain oxalates, small crystals that get released intorepparttar 140947 mouth whenrepparttar 140948 plant is chewed, causing extreme pain and inflammation. A popular Flower Garden plant isrepparttar 140949 beautiful Oleander.

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