Trick or treat! It’s fun to scare each other with fake blood and horror stories, but who wants a real accident or (knock on wood) tragedy to happen on Halloween? That’s why these Halloween safety `tips are so important. Go ahead and have a boo-tiful time, but just keep safe and healthy! [Read more…]
While your teen will probably be going to driver’s ed, you can (and should) teach him about some driving rules and etiquette. Even if you’re not a certified driving instructor, chances are you’re a better role model of safe and responsible driving than your teen’s friends.We help you jumpstart the process with some simple tips. [Read more…]
Jogging or walking is a great physical activity and wonderful way of improving your cardiovascular system. It is also a very cheap way of staying fit. But even though jogging or walking is a very enjoyable activity, there is also an element of danger in doing so when you have to jog or walk on shared roads instead of designated jogging paths. There are many areas that do not have jogging paths so joggers are oftentimes forced to just jog on the road and share it with vehicles. [Read more…]
It’s difficult to get any work done if you have a toddler running around—you’re always afraid that he might get hurt, break something, or both! That’s why a playpen can be so helpful. It can help section off a safe area where your child can play.
But that assumes, of course, that the playpen itself is safe and poses no hidden hazards to your child. Here are some things you need to check before leaving your child in one. [Read more…]
Many runners enjoy exercising in the early morning or evening, when the air is cooler and the streets are free of traffic. These solitary runs are very enjoyable, but they also carry a certain amount of risk. You could get attacked or mugged, especially if you choose secluded routes. Here are some important safety tips that may one day save your life. [Read more…]