Activities to help your kids celebrate Earth Day

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  • On Good Things Utah this morning – Happy Earth Day! We are sharing five ways to get your kids excited about protecting and loving our planet. To find out where to start click here: https://www.today.com/series/one-small-thing/earth-day-inspiration-5-ways-raise-kids-who-love-nature-t16891
  • Plus, getting a good night’s sleep is important for your physical and mental health, so you might want to give this one a shot for the sake of your body and mind. Apparently, sleeping in a cold room is preferable to sleeping in a hot room for a variety of reasons, but all of them have to do with your quality of sleep. And I mean, if you’re going to sleep, you might as well do it right, right? Here are some scientific reasons why you should always try to sleep in a cold room. According to Dr. Christopher Winter, the Medical Director at Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine, our bedroom temperatures should register between 60 to 67 degrees for optimal shuteye. If we drift above 75 degrees or below 54 degrees, our sleep can suffer.
  • And oat milk may be on it’s way out? Coffee and smoothie drinkers listen up! Surae shares the new healthy milk craze.
  • And at the end of the show, the Oscars are coming up this Sunday right here on ABC4 so to get us all ready, Brian has trivia to test all of our Academy Award show knowledge this morning. Tune in and play along with our hosts! Hope you join us this for a Thursday edition of GTU.
Nicea DeGering
Nicea loves morning television in Utah! A self-proclaimed “night person,“ she has been getting up and hopping onto the Good Things Utah set for over a decade now.

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