Health professionals say Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real thing. The National Institute of Mental Health said it’s a type of depression that starts in the late fall and early winter and goes away during the spring and summer.
“You could have over 80 visitors a day and you don’t truly know who’s coming into your building. It scans all 50 states for the sexual offender database to make sure anyone that is not allowed to be in your school is not in your school.”
One report involved a 7-month old child who choked on the beads of a wooden teething bracelet while under parental supervision and was taken to the hospital. Another involved an 18-month-old child who was strangled to death by his amber teething necklace during a nap.
“If these tampons are left inside, you might notice discharge, irritation, odor and if left unattended for a long time you can get an infection called toxic shock syndrome and that can be a life threatening infection,” said Dr. Denny.
Experts say a thin coat or a fleece is ok, because the fabric doesn’t compress. If a bulky coat is needed, It's recommended to bundle up the kids to walk them from the house to the car and then take the coats off inside the car.
We’ve all done it; putting off home improvements because we didn’t want to spend the money. And who likes to pay for preventative maintenance? But there’s one project that you should definitely not ignore. Your family’s safety depends on it.