Baseball Team Confusion and Links

The baseball season has begun! Me, I’m a Mets fan.  That means, for now, my son is a Mets fan.  Cool, right?  Problem is, I might be taking him to his first baseball game.  Where?  Yankee Stadium!  Honestly, I don’t hate on the Yanks, they are a good team and being a Mets fan is going to be hard this year.  Still, I wish I could be taking him to CitiField for his first game.  This is an important step in the little guy’s life and I don’t want him growing up confused about who to like.  I mean, this has life-long ramifications, doesn’t it?

Anyway, here are some great articles I found this week:

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Bring On the Sun and Links

Slowly, but surely, the warm weather is creeping back in. That means I get to take the kids out more and explore the parks in the area.  We’ve been stuck inside most days with the cold.  I know, we can still get out in the Winter, but most days are just too brutal to be outside for any real length of time with the kids.

Anyhow, here are some great articles I’ve found:

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Five Steps To Improve Your Family’s Nutrition

For sure, we all want the best for our families. We’d like to have our children in the best schools.  We want to live in nice neighborhoods.  And we should want our families to eat the best foods to be in the best health they can be.  It can be hard to follow good nutrition though, what with the cost of food and the quality of fast food that’s out there.  But improving your family’s nutrition can be done. Below are five simple steps to get your family, and mine, on the right path to good nutrition and health.
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Pesticides And ADHD

A recent government health survey of 1,139 children, aged 8-15 and who were tested for ADHD and who had their urine samples tested for pesticides, is showing that children with above-average levels of pesticide are more than twice as likely to have ADHD.
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