Moving cross-country can be one of the biggest undertakings of your life. There are a million variables to consider — some of which you have very little control over. But with a meticulously crafted plan and careful execution, you can cut this mammoth project down to size. We’ve got a few helpful tips that’ll get you from New York to LA and everywhere in between — safely and easily. ...

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Typically, we’re all about the idea of keeping your yard as neat and trim as possible because it gives burglars fewer places to hide. But if you’re a lover of all things green, you can still show off your award-worthy landscaping skills — and covertly subdue anyone who gets too close to your home. How, you ask? With rough, tough foliage designed to send even the meanest burglar scrambling for a first aid kit and a hug from Nana....

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For almost all preteens and teens, social media is an integral part of daily life. With Facebook, Instagram and Twitter only a tap away, today’s young people are living their lives online. While some experts argue that some social media usage can be good because it enhances communication skills, access to knowledge and helps in improving self-awareness, it’s critical to ensure that your child is monitored and protected online. Here are some quick tips to make sure your child’s online experience is not only social, but also safe....

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26% of Americans put on their own fireworks shows at home on the Fourth of July, but a significant number end up injuring themselves in the process. ...

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Summer is always a welcome break from the treacherous winter, but it brings its own set of safety pitfalls — namely the extremely hot temperatures that can create a dangerous situation for the entire family — including your dog. Here are a few common pet hazards and our advice for avoiding them this season....

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