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When I was young, I would stay the summers at my retired grandparents. My grammy would get up in the 'wee hours' and begin her day. My French grandfather, William John Paul Napoleon Carignan, would slowly enter the kitchen about 9:30 and begin cooking his bacon before frying his eggs. … [Read more...] about How Summer May Be More Harmful For Your Health