If you think that watching TV will help your young child wind down before bedtime, think again. Researchers found that pre-schoolers who watched more TV got less sleep, especially if that TV was in a bedroom and leaving a TV on at bedtime did not help children fall asleep faster. One in three families said their young child had a TV in the bedroom. Source Link 

If summertime means lots of fun in the sun make time for a special doctor visit too. Weekend warriors or people doing outside activities should be going to a board-certified dermatologist to get your skin checked once a year for signs of skin cancer. Just one sunburn during your lifetime doubles your risk for melanoma. Source Link 

When it comes to expiration dates, safety regulators want the food industry to speak with one voice. The FDA is urging all companies to use the phrase “best if used by” on food labels. Research has shown that this helps consumers understand that the date label is about quality, not safety and that products don’t have to be thrown out if stored properly. Source Link