Hot Weekend Breakfast Links: Summer Solstice Edition

Must I mention that as of June 21, the days are getting shorter? So grab a slice of summer while it lasts — just don’t forget about SPF!

Week of June 19-25: Everything you ever wanted to know about sunscreen but were afraid to ask; the scourge of feral pigs; breastfeeding as a weapon against childhood obesity; Great Lakes shipwreck diving; Michigan’s rural airports on the chopping block; and win a trip to the top of the Mighty Mac. Your breakfast links are spicy hot!

  • Explaining sunscreen and the new rules (NYT)
  • 5 Food & Nutrition Words I Want to See Less (Nutrition Unplugged)
  • Want to Prevent Obesity in the Littlest Kids? Breastfeed! (WSJ)
  • Food allergies may affect nearly 6 million children in U.S., study estimates (LA Times)
  • Michigan lawmakers grapple with wild pig problem (AP)
  • Natural gas exploration slows down in Michigan (Detroit News)
  • Deficit fight threatens rural airport service (News)
  • Highland Park plans to demolish more than 300 abandoned and neglected structures (Freep)
  • Hope thrives in Pontiac despite troubles (News)
  • Michigan’s Great Lakes offer ‘the best shipwreck diving in the world’ (Grand Rapids Press)
  • Contest Corner: Top of the Mackinac Bridge (Great Lakes Gazette)
  • The Rise of the Cycling City (Rapid Growth)
  • I get a campsite, you get Pure Michigan NASCAR and everybody’s happy (Mitten State)
  • What To Take On A Picnic (Big Binder)

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Sven Gustafson

About Sven Gustafson

Sven Gustafson is a senior writer in the Office of the President at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. He enjoys food, running, soccer and exploring Detroit and Michigan at large.

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  1. Jen @ BigBinder 5 years ago

    Thanks for the link! Today is also the “Great American Backyard Camp-out too!”