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Monday, July 4th, 2016

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Renee Lawless Interview - Home & Family

Renee Lawless Visits

The actress returns to Home & Family to talk about her OWN series, “The Haves and the Have Nots” and gives a fans a little insight on what they can expect in the new season. She vows her character will rise, again after suffering a downfall. In real life, Renee also loves crafting and says it is her way to decompress after a long day. She even demonstrates her skills by making a DIY ribbon tree with a Fourth of July theme.

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Watermelon Feta Salad - Home & Family

Debbie Cooks

Debbie is back in the kitchen and this time she is preparing watermelon, cucumber & feta salad with lime yogurt dressing. When it comes to selecting the watermelon, she says to pick the heaviest one because it is packed with juice. She also insists on knocking on the watermelon because you want it to sound hollow. The best part about this salad is that it is easy to make and refreshing. One of the ingredients is thai basil that she says you can find at any garden center.

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DIY Rose Exfoliator - Home & Family

DIY Rose Exfoliator

Kym Douglas is describing the benefits of roses, which includes petals being used as natural perfume. She also shows you how to make your own rose exfoliator using sugar, baby oil, rose petals, food processor and a mason jar. The entire DIY will only cost you $5. Kym introduces Home & Family to other beauty products that involve roses, as well.

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Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com

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Hot Beverages and Esophageal Cancer - Home & Family

Hot Beverages and Esophageal Cancer

Dr. Mariana Stern sits down with Home & Family to talk about the World Health Organization’s latest report of extremely hot beverages that may lead to cancer. She recommends viewers at home to educate your palate to learn what is hot and what is VERY hot. Before consuming your drink, you should let it cool to a safe temperature. As always, she recommends visiting your doctor if you have questions or if you feel you have symptoms like chest pain, heartburn, hoarseness, coughing, difficulty swallowing and vomiting.

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Sayeed Shahidi Interview

The young actor sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about his ABC comedy, “Uncle Buck,” which airs Tuesdays at 9/8c. He talks about the similarities of him and his character, including they both are middle children and have a mischievous side. Sayeed is only 13 and has already been in over 30 television shows and movies. He says the best acting advice he ever received was from his sister who told him to always be himself. Aside from acting, Sayeed devotes time to karate and is almost a black belt in the sport.

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DIY Giant Backyard Connect Four - Home & Family

DIY Backyard Connect Four

Ken Wingard is in the backyard making a perfect DIY game for summertime, a giant Connect Four game. He mentions that the game is good for kids because it incorporates strategy, math and counting skills. The entire game will cost you only $60.

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Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com

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How to Wear Stripes

Lawrence Zarian is introducing Home & Family to stripe styles for women of all sizes. He encourages women to get as creative as they want with stripes, no matter what their body shape is. He recommends wearing stripes where you are the leanest. An extra tip is that vertical stripes can make you appear taller. Lawrence then hosts a fashion show featuring Renee, Sophie and Kym to demonstrate the latest style in stripes.

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Hollywood Steals

Sandie Newton is back with a whole new list of Hollywood Steals.

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Unusual Items to Recycle

Sophie Uliano introduces you to a variety of items that you can recycle at home. This includes pantyhose, wine corks and even bras. If you are recycling bottles, remove bottle caps off the top or they will be denied. Family members are surprised to find out that you can only recycle pizza boxes if there is no pizza grease stuck at the bottom. Sophie introduces you to Elaine Birks-Mitchell, a woman who founded “The Bra Recyclers,” which gives recycled bras to women who have escaped domestic violent relationships or human trafficking.

Check out more details at:
BraRecycling.com
CDRecyclingCenter.org
NoNonsense.com

Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com