Personal Safety

Keeping Your College Freshman Safe

Sending your child off to college may be one of the most anxiety-provoking things you ever have to do as a parent. It creates an emotional separation that often consists of feeling a void, no longer feeling needed, and other challenges associated with giving up...

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Home Health Safety Tips for All Ages

We all want to be happy, healthy, and safe. From new-born infants to the elderly there are lots of ways you can protect yourself and your family from diseases and accidents. At home, there are many hazards that can cause injury and may require long-term care....

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Must-Have Safety Rules At Home For Your Family

Maintaining safety at home is something that cannot be accomplished by a single person but needs participation from everyone. There are various aspects that need to be looked into to ensure that home is a safe place for all the members. Safety features like smoke...

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How To Protect Yourself From Harmful Air Pollutants

Since the industrial revolution in the 18th century, man has been doing things that affect the air quality by polluting the air that we breathe. From the factories we run to the cars we drive and even the kind of fuel we use in our homes, all these things contribute...

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Medical Alert Devices

With an increasingly ageing population, society is faced with the need to address how best to deal with the needs of the elderly. It is generally accepted that the best thing for all is to keep elderly people out of hospital and in their own homes if at all possible....

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Preventing Flood Damage from Melting Snow

So spring is here again. The dark, short days are over, the weather is warmer and flowers are blooming. What could be better? But, with rising temperatures, spring brings with it melting snow and ice that can cause big problems, especially for your home. As the snow...

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Family Safety with Technology

For the majority of Americans today, using the Internet is a way of life. While the Internet and other technology enrich our lives, it can also be bad for your health. In this guide, we will look at some general advice and rules for keeping the family safe when using...

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What Should You Pack into a 72-Hour Kit?

A 72-hour kit is one of the most important things you could ever have in your home. You never know when you will be forced out of your home for any reason. A 72-hour kit is a setup that you would carry with you when you have to flee from your home to ensure emergency...

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GPS Trackers for Kids: Save You Time, Money, and Energy

It is often tough for you to know where your kids are all the time. You might struggle with seeing where they are even after a very short time. You might also struggle to search for them where you are. You might have to spend money driving around trying to find your...

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Home Alarm Systems 101

Burglaries are a serious problem. Break-ins are not just financially damaging but psychologically, too, especially if the burglar enters the home when family members are present. One way you can protect yourself and keep your family safe is to install a home alarm...

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Why Safety Hazards Signs For Seniors Are Important

When it comes to staying safe, many people believe they can rely on common sense. While this is primarily true for most adults, children do not understand the dangers that surround them, such as safety signage and safety alert symbols and accidents can happen.This is...

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How To Secure Wi-Fi Networks

Gaining access to the Internet has never been easier with the use of wireless routers. Any modern device that has Internet capabilities can be connected to a wireless network. This can be at home, in the office, a library, college campus, at an airport, a cafe,...

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Factors Causing Risky Behavior Behind the Wheel

Most of us know the statistics: Almost 1.3 million people lose their lives due to road accidents every year (that comes to about 3,300 road crash deaths each year). Another 20 to 50 million people sustain injuries or disabilities due to different road accidents each...

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Top 7 Personal Safety Devices

Personal safety is one of the most basic needs of every human. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), there are some alarming statistics on violence and violent crime: Almost 20 people are physically abused every minute in the U.S. In a...

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Disaster Preparedness: What You Need To Know

  Thousands of Americans are evacuated from their homes every year due to events such as industrial accidents, fires, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, “many disasters allow no time for people...

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