2 Ideas For Every Parent Of Multiples Who Wishes They Had More Arms

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If you and your spouse are expecting multiples, you'll soon learn the true meaning of the words multi-tasking and ambidextrous. Honestly, you'll literally wish you had another arm or two to juggle everything that needs to be done when you are blessed with multiple children from one pregnancy. Unfortunately, there's no way to transform into a mythological creature or a multi-armed goddess. But there are technological advancements that can help. Here are two ideas to consider.
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Five Tips For Getting The Biggest Insurance Payout Possible When Submitting A Claim For A Damaged Roof

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If storms, vandalism, or other events out of your control cause damage to your roof, you may be wondering if your insurance company will pay for the repairs. Ultimately, that depends on your coverage and the extent of the damage. However, if you want to boost your chances of getting your roof repairs covered, these tips can help you: 1. Beef Up Your Insurance Plan If your roof has not been damaged yet but you want to be on the safe side, contact your insurance company to check out what is covered.
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Tips for Using a Boom Pump to Create a Foundation Slab

Posted on: 17 January 2017

If you are completing an advanced DIY project, like the constructions of a new garage, barn, shed, or deck, then you probably know that you need to start with a solid foundation to build your structure. The foundation is best constructed out of a concrete slab, and you can create the slab in a variety of different ways. You will need to place the concrete in between forms, and the slab will need to be about four inches thick.
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Child Tested Positive For Lead Exposure? Here's What You Need To Do

Posted on: 17 January 2017

Lead based paint was commonly used in homes built before 1978, which is when the Environmental Protection Agency enacted strict laws preventing lead paint usage after it was determined that lead exposure could cause serious health implications, especially in young children. Because of this danger, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends lead testing for children between 1 and 2 years old, especially for those who live in older homes. Older children who have not been tested should also be screened due to the serious health risks.
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