For people 65 years and older falls are the “number one” cause of accidental death.
The holidays present an increased risk of home fires.
When it comes to keeping our kids safe we should never leave anything to chance.
With more shoppers hitting the stores for the holidays there’s more opportunity for someone to hit your wallet.
The first step is to call 911.
Before you go away preparing your home is crucial.
It’s crucial to always be prepared for any situation.
Now any home can be brought into the 21st century.
Do those on-tap filters really work?
You can’t see it, smell it or taste it but it causes cancer that doesn’t show up for years.
It blocks your blood cells from picking up oxygen so you slowly start to suffocate
Safety in the kitchen is important, especially on Thanksgiving Day
I think it’s safe to say you see smoke detectors and fire extinguishers everywhere you go.
Follow these guidelines to help avoid food-borne illnesses.