Top Blogs to Check Out on Patch

Water safety tips, sequestration compromise, reading rhododendrons, fluoride follies, and "don't cut that tree down yet."

Blogs posted on Patch during the week of Feb. 18:

1. Water Safety Tip of the Week: Know Infant & Child CPR

The Long Island Drowning Prevention Task Force said that parents, caregivers, grandparents or anyone watching children should know Infant & Child/Adult CPR.

2. We Must Compromise to Prevent Harmful Budget Cuts

Congressman Tim Bishop wrote that across-the-board budget cuts known as "sequestration" would hurt our economic recovery and middle class families.


T.J. Clemente asks after four years of cuts, is there more that can be cut?

4. The Benefits of Couple Massages

Stephanie Brock said to take the time to relax with that special someone and experience some surprising benefits.

5. Reading Rhododendrons

Monique Singh-roy lets readers know if the familiar shrub can actually tell the weather.


T.J. Clemente says time is running out.

7. Fluoride Follies

, asks if fluoride is all it is cracked up to be?

8. Don't Cut That Tree Down Yet!

Tom Mac says salt burn and its devastating effects on trees, shrubs, and lawns.

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