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  • SAD: Let the Light In
    During the dark days of winter, many people develop signs of depression that are tied to the changing amount of daylight.
  • Safe Food-Handling Tips
    You can avoid foodborne illness by following these ideas for safe food handling and cooking.
  • Safe Handling of Food Gifts
  • Safe Summer Play
    May through August is the most dangerous time of year for children, according to Safe Kids Worldwide. In a recent report, Safe Kids found nearly half of all injury-related childhood deaths occur during the summer.
  • Safer Sex Guidelines
    The only safe sex is no sex, most health care providers say. But certain precautions and safe behaviors can minimize a person's risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease.
  • Safer Sex Guidelines for Adolescents
    The only safe sex is no sex, most health care providers say. But certain precautions and safe behaviors can minimize a person's risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease.
  • Safety and Injury Prevention for Children
    Detailed information on safety and injury prevention for children, including information on household safety, first-aid kit, airway obstruction, poisoning, bicycle safety, in-line skating safety, skateboarding safety, scooter safety, toy safety, sports sa
  • Safety and Injury Prevention for Teens
    Detailed information on safety and injury prevention for teens
  • Safety and Risks of Alternative Therapy
    Detailed information on the safety and risk considerations with complementary and alternative medicine
  • Safety Checklist: How Does Your Family Rate?
    Keeping your family safe and sound can be as easy as following simple safety rules consistently. Here's a checklist from the National Safety Council can help you maintain essential safety precautions.
  • Safety for Snow Sports
    Whether you're heading for the mountain to ski or just taking your sled to the hill, you can enjoy a great day out and get some exercise at the same time.
  • Safety Precautions for Kids in Cars
    Motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of childhood death in the United States. But when properly installed and used, child safety seats reduce the risk of death by 70 percent for infants and 55 percent for toddlers.
  • Safety While Traveling Abroad
    Detailed safety information for travelers
  • Salad Days: It’s Easy Eating Green
    At home or when dining out, here are suggestions on how to add the goodness of greens to your diet.

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