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How to keep your child safe when online gaming

Gaming is a fun way for children to learn, be creative and develop new skills. With everything comes risk’s so it is important to make sure your children are being responsible and safe whilst gaming. Research has shown that nearly a third of children are playing online against someone they have never met.* Asking your child about what games they would like to play is always a good way to start the conversat ...

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How to Create Space in Your Property

If you own a holiday let and wish to create a spacious and relaxing environment for your guests, or even if you wish to achieve this in your own home, then here are three excellent ways to create the perception of a spacious environment. 1. Improve the flow [caption id="attachment_61826" align="alignnone" width="661"] Kitchen with Island, Sink, Cabinets, and Hardwood Floors[/caption] The way in which your g ...

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How To Work Out The Quantity of Gravel Needed For Your Garden

Gravel is really great; perfect for low-maintenance gardens, it's a timeless material that can achieve a range of natural looks and styles for any design scheme. But how do you work out how much material to buy? CED Stone Group have specialised in natural stone and other hard landscaping products for nearly 40 years, and have a handy method you can use to figure it out. Firstly you need to work out the cubi ...

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How to bring a Keder greenhouse into your life

Greenhouse gardening is one of the most stable ways of gardening, it allows you to control the elements. We all know how unpredictable the weather in this country can be, any drastic or unforeseen changes in the weather patterns can be detrimental to outdoor plants. Storm Doris springs to mind. Keder greenhouses are proven to withstand wind speeds in excess of 120mph We all strive for improved food security ...

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How to fit a light bulb with Osram

1. Select the right cap and shape… 2. Select the right technology… LED BULBS: The rock stars of the modern lighting world. — Energy efficiency: untouchable! — Extremely long lasting (ave. 20,000 hours) — Slighting pricier, but most cost effective in the long run. HALOGEN BULBS: The brilliant compromise. — Energy efficiency: better than incandescents! — Lasts longer than incandescents! (ave. 1,000 hours) — L ...

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How to fit a pocket door

So you’ve decided to fit a pocket door in your home, but where do you start? First of all, it is crucial to choose a high quality sliding pocket door system that is easy to install and you don’t have to replace in the future. When picking the perfect door, always make sure that you consider things like the space it is going into, the look and style you want, as well as the thickness and weight of the door. ...

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How to diagnose reflux in your baby

GORD is present when reflux causes symptoms that are troublesome, severe, or of long standing; or if reflux causes a complication. These symptoms include recurrent forceful vomiting, vomiting of blood, chronic cough, chronic irritability, or poor weight gain. This might indicate that reflux is severe enough to be causing a complication, eg, inflammation of the oesophagus, known as ‘oesophagitis’. If GORD is ...

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How to protect and maintain your laminate flooring

Whether you already have laminate flooring or are considering it for your home, you should try to keep the upkeep in mind. Laminate flooring can increase the value of your home, which is handy if you're thinking of selling, but it will require regular maintenance. Here, the experts at Fixation Repairs share their top tips on keeping your floors looking fresh... Day-to-day wear and tear Consider using cloth ...

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How to get your head around SATs

The National Curriculum tests or SATs can seem like a daunting part of your child’s education, but if you know what to expect, they don’t need to be scary for you or your child! Get your questions answered by Oxford Owl: What tests do children take at the end of Year 2? There are papers in: Reading (2 papers, 40 marks, about 70 minutes) Mathematics (2 papers, 60 marks, about 55 minutes) English grammar, pun ...

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How to Thrive with Diabetes!

Managing diabetes can seem like a constant uphill battle, but there are ways and means that can make living with diabetes not only easier but rewarding too. Following this simple plan could lead you to start thriving with your diabetes! Dario™ is dragging diabetes management into the 21st century. Harnessing the massive potential of your Smart Phone and turning it into a Smart Blood Glucose Meter and an all ...

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How to recognise the symptoms of pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer often doesn’t cause any symptoms in the early stages. This can make it difficult to diagnose early. But as the cancer grows, it may start to cause symptoms. The symptoms and how their effects can vary for each person. It’s important to remember that symptoms described here can be caused by conditions such as reflux disease, infection in the stomach (gastritis), some food intolerances along ...

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