Safety Tips

Wireless Headphones

Why You Need Wireless Headphones

Headphones, in general, haven't changed much over the years. I still remember the bright yellow pair I had that wrapped around the back of my head with my very first walk man CD player,...
Safety Tips for New Drivers

Top Driving Safety Tips for New Drivers

Learning to drive can be a lot for any new driver. There are so many little things to keep up with! How do you keep all of the ins and outs of such a...
tornado safety

It’s a Twister! Tornado Safety Myths That Might Get You Killed

When it comes to tornado safety, too many people believe in misinformation or old wives' tales. Do you know the difference between tornado fact and tornado fiction? 1. Open the Windows For some reason, the idea...
Home Hazards

6 Deadly Home Hazards–They Might Not Be What You Think!

We all want our homes to be safe, comfortable, and clean. But many everyday items are secretly serious home hazards! Do you know the dangers of these common household objects? Extension Cords Most people use extension...
Sunburn

No More Fun in the Sun? The Serious Risks of Sunburn

Sunburn isn't just painful--it's bad for your health, too. It is literally a radiation burn! Not only will sunburn increase your risk of developing skin cancer, but it also puts you in danger of...
Heat Safety

3 Essential Summer Heat Safety Tips

If you can't stand the heat... it's probably too hot. You might think it's best to just tough out extreme temperatures, but you put yourself at risk of heat exhaustion or even heat stroke....
neighborhood-watch-feat

Starting Your Own Neighborhood Watch Program

Neighborhood crime watch programs starting popping up in the 1970s as a means to communicate safety and security issues in neighborhoods. It allows communities to create a system that can help bridge the gap...
hotel-lock

Stopping Burglars From Breaking Into Your Hotel Room

When you’re away on business or a vacation, feeling secure in an unfamiliar place can bring peace of mind. Your home is your sanctuary, and you likely have taken steps to secure it. You have...
emergency

Tips for Staying Calm in an Emergency

People tend to go to one of two extremes in an emergency situation: They are either washed over by a feeling of calm, assessing the situation and confidently giving direction, or they panic, yell...
fire

How to Run a Home Fire Drill to Protect Your Family

You hear the stories all the time about a house or apartment building catching fire. Unfortunately, all of these stories have victims who, at best, lose some or all of their belongings, or at...

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