When you put the burgers on the grill for Father’s Day or 4th of July, are you raising your family’s risk of cancer? Lots of research shows that charcoal-broiled meat contains carcinogens. But there are plenty of simple steps you can take to reduce them. Here’s a link to the research.
You can avoid the danger of swallowing wire brush bristles by using a cut onion to clean the hot grill. One company makes a gadget to help. We also discuss home remedies that are handy for minor burns.
In addition to barbecue safety, we invite you to share your favorite remedies for summertime ailments. Have you ever put a cut onion on a bee sting? What do you do for itchy mosquito bites? Do you have a motion sickness remedy you really like? We encourage sunburn prevention, but if your skin does become red, how do you ease the pain?
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