Get Rid of Frizzy Hair Easily

Written by Kenia Morales

When hair is depleted from its natural oils due to chemicals or improper carerepparttar result is frizzy, hard to manage hair. You can easily tame down frizzy hair with these tips that will help moisturize it without breaking your pockets.

•Do not wash hair daily. Wait for at least four to seven days before your next wash. Washing your hair too often strips away its natural oils.

•Use a moisturizing hair conditioner.

•Use leave in hair treatments.

•When you wash your hair always use conditioner and do not rinse it off completely.

•Avoid or limitrepparttar 140984 use of harsh chemicals present in hair colors, relaxers etc.

13 Don'ts on Child Safety

Written by Alma De La Cruz

For years, we have been taught that 13 is an unlucky number: Don’t go up torepparttar 13th floor of a building and don’t go out on Fridayrepparttar 140941 13th, our grandmothers used to say. But 13 is also a sacred number due to its secret knowledge, mystery and tangible powers.

This last revelation has been brought masterfully down by a professional who is known for her experience inrepparttar 140942 study of child safety. Author Debra Smiley Holtzman brings a particular expertise ofrepparttar 140943 number 13 torepparttar 140944 pages of “The Safe Baby: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Home Safety.”

With this do-it-yourself manual, parents and thinking-to-be parents will learnrepparttar 140945 essentials of protectingrepparttar 140946 baby. I took this fromrepparttar 140947 release ofrepparttar 140948 book. Here's Debra Holtzman's List of 13:

1. Balloons: More children have suffocated on uninflated balloons and pieces of balloons than any other type of toy. Balloon related deaths are more common among children ages three and older than among younger children. Keep balloons away from children under eight years of age.

2. Storage chests: Suffocation deaths occur in such places when children crawl inside and cannot escape. The best choice is one without a lid or one with a lightweight, removable one. If a chest closes, make sure it has ventilation holes.

3. Bunkbeds: To prevent entrapment, all spaces betweenrepparttar 140949 guardrail andrepparttar 140950 bed frame and inrepparttar 140951 head and footboards should be less than three-and- one- half inches and there should be guardrails on both sides. Children underrepparttar 140952 age of six should never sleep onrepparttar 140953 top bed.

4. Stuffed toys: Be aware that seams can separate and allow stuffing or plastic pellets to be released, presenting a choking hazard to young children. Check also for small detachable parts, security of eyes, nose and mouth of stuffed toys.

5. Art Supplies: Always look for this label: ASTM D-4236. This label meansrepparttar 140954 product has been reviewed by a toxicologist. If it is necessary, cautionary information will be included with this label. Children under age 12 should never be allowed to use hazardous art materials, which can expose your child to toxic substances, including lead, cadmium, nickel and organic solvents.

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