October 2013

  1. Categories: General Safety Topics & Info News

    Ten Tips for General Driver Safety

    Each year thousands of people die on the road in traffic accidents. In the first quarter of 2013, more than 7,200 people have fallen victim to car collisions. A great deal of these collisions could have been avoided if the drivers were following a set of rules to help prevent mishaps. The best protection a driver can give himself or...
  2. Categories: Health and First Aid Advice for Seniors

    Video Game Training Improves Brain Function

    Are you a Vidiot? Good! Video Game Training Improves Brain Function in Older Adults Seniors who played a specialized 3-D video game improved their ability to focus and multitask during laboratory tests. The new findings show the aging brain’s potential to improve certain skills. As we get older, changes can affect our ability to reason, think, and remember. One function...
  3. Categories: First Aid Articles, Health Tips & Info News

    How to Prepare Your Home for Winter

    As the temperatures start to drop and the days get shorter, it’s time to start preparing your home and yard for winter. It’s important you are prepared for the winter months to save energy, protect your property, and to keep your family safe. Try some of these useful tips to prepare your home for the colder months. Wash Windows It’s...
  4. Categories: Child Safety, First Aid Articles, General Safety Topics, Health Tips, Info News & Flu & Pandemic

    Fall Warmth and Safety...

    Air Activated Warmers Click Here for All Warmers Air activated warmers are lightweight pouches contain a mixture of ingredients that, when exposed to air, create an oxidation process generating heat. Click here to learn more.. Heat Factory is often asked why we don't just make one warmer for both the hands and feet. Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Each product presents its...
  5. Categories: First Aid Articles & Info News

    Ten important items for outdoor first-aid kit

    When you’re outdoors and away from civilization, a minor injury could become a problem. Small cuts, abrasions or blisters can be an inconvenience. However, there could be an instance requiring immediate attention. Carrying along some essential items in an equipped first aid kit can save the day or possibly someone’s life. The Boy Scout motto, “Be Prepared,” relates to outdoors...
  6. Categories: Info News & Flu & Pandemic

    Flu Time

    It is Flu Season - Again...yes, it happens every year. Just think how lucky we are that the Flu is our major concern each Fall. Lucky? - True, Influenza can be fatal, Flu can spread to Pandemic or Epidemic proportions, but it is not that many years ago that we still had annual "Polio Season". Whew, I'll deal with the Flu! Some things to know about Influenza... • The flu vaccine cannot cause the flu. The viruses in the vaccine are either killed or weakened, which means they cannot cause infection. • If given during pregnancy, the flu shot has been shown to protect both the mother and her baby (up to age 6 months) from flu. • You can take 3 steps to fight flu: get vaccinated, practice healthy habits, and take antiviral medications if prescribed. Continue reading →
  7. Categories: Child Safety & Info News

    Kitty Litter Cake

    Want to be forever eliminated from the guest list? Just take this to your next "pot luck" dinner!!! "Kitty Litter Cake" * ~ This is *no joke* DELICIOUS AND EWWY GOOEY CREEPY! This is for all you cooks out there looking for something a little different.......... WANT TO HAVE FUN AT A PARTY? PREPARE THIS RECIPE! COMPLETELY EDIBLE, BUT YOUR...
  8. Categories: Child Safety, CPR, Health Tips, Info News & Press Releases

    Sudden death of young Americans

    A registry of deaths in young people from conditions such as heart disease and epilepsy is being created to help researchers define the scope of the problem and set future research priorities. The National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are collaborating to create the Sudden Death in the Young Registry. NIH and CDC launch...
  9. Categories: Pet Safety

    Pet Safety a concern for the FDA

    Many of our readers don't realize that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concerns itself with the health and well being of our furry family members as well as the two-legged ones. Current issues of concern for the FDA and how Jerky Treats are causing Canine Illness and Heartworm issues in both Bogs and Cats. Pet Safety is a...
  10. Categories: Child Safety, First Aid Articles, Health Tips & Info News

    Autumn Health and Safety Tips

    Seasons Change and so do safety concerns - are you prepared to enjoy the Season and know your Friends, Family, and Co-Workers are safe? Follow these tips to help you and your family stay safe and healthy this autumn! Keep your kids safe and healthy. Get involved with your kids’ activities at home and at school to help ensure they...

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