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Safety

  • How to Map Out a Safe Vacation
    By thinking ahead and planning for your vacation before you go, the only surprises you'll encounter are the nice ones.
  • How to Prevent Identity Theft
    Luckily, having your identity stolen is far from inevitable. It just takes a little vigilance on your part to keep your identity safe on your computer and out of the hands of would-be thieves.
  • How to Prevent, Treat Choking on Toys
    Although people know toys can be dangerous, injuries can still occur.
  • How to Safely Choose OTC Medications
    Over-the-counter (OTC) cough and pain relievers, laxatives, and headache remedies may treat different conditions, but they all have one thing in common: They’re serious medicines that need to be taken with care.
  • Installing and Using Child Safety Seats and Booster Seats
    As part of your preparation for your new baby, you probably got an infant safety seat for the car. But do you know how to make sure it’s installed properly? And when do you switch to a child safety seat? Learn the ins and outs of safe car travel for your little one.
  • Is It Too Hot To Trot?
    If you're not careful, you could wind up with a case of heat exhaustion just as easily as the couch potato next door, no matter how fit you might be.
  • Is Pink Turkey Meat Safe?
    The color pink in cooked turkey meat raises a "red flag" to many diners and cooks. Conditioned to be wary of pink in fresh pork, they question the safety of cooked poultry and other meats that have a rosy blush.
  • Is Your Medication Working for You?
    Prescription drugs can enhance your life, but when not used correctly, they may have the opposite effect.
  • Keep Clear of Golf's Hazards
    While many view golf as a leisure activity, more golfers are becoming fitness-minded. The sport demands superior flexibility, strength and cardiovascular fitness.
  • Keep Kids Safe During Yard Work
    Power tools make yard work easier, from mowing the lawn to trimming the bushes. These tools, however, also pose a threat to children if precautions aren't taken.
  • Keeping Your Kitchen Under Control
    The kitchen is the "dirtiest" room in the house, according to a recent study, because people are less likely to use strong cleaners and disinfectants in that room.
  • Kids and ID Theft: Helping Your Child Stay Safe on the Computer
    With its range of educational sites and informative encyclopedias, the Internet can be a useful learning tool for kids of all ages. But it can also pose a serious risk: identity theft.
  • Kids Need Safety Gear for In-line Skating
    Having your child wear the appropriate safety gear and use common sense when skating can help reduce the risk for injury.
  • Leave Mushroom Hunting to the Experts
  • Little League Goes to Bat for Safety
    Pitchers ages 10 and under can throw no more than 75 pitches a game. After that, they can't pitch until they rest for four days.