Regardless of the Super Bowl’s pending weather, it’s important to keep prepared for any situation that may arise.
How would you survive if stranded on a deserted island? We’ve all thought about it—maybe even meticulously planned our rescue. Aside from the obvious survival items (matches, fresh water, a hunting device), here are few items you’d probably wish you had on a deserted island…
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We like to think that our child or baby is always safe. In fact, as parents, we probably go out of our way to keep them out of harm’s way. But the simple fact is: sometimes there are dangers that we just can’t foresee. With September recognized as Baby Safety Month, there’s never been a better time to pay attention to what’s important for your baby’s safety. To keep you on your toes and your baby safe, we’ve compiled a list of dangers that are commonly overlooked.
The National Preparedness Month Toolkit includes suggestions for activities and events that state, local, business, and community organizations could sponsor to promote NPM.
Besides the typical summertime thunderstorm, the past few months saw its fair share of offbeat summer weather systems, reviewed here by Eton Corp.
National Preparedness Month occurs every September and is a time to simply spread awareness of the importance of preparedness. Learn more here.
Labor Day, first celebrated in 1887, recognizes and rewards all the hardworking Americans who make US prosperity, strength, and wellbeing happen year-round with a day off. We all deserve to celebrate and enjoy Labor Day—without blowing too much of our hard-earned money doing so.
Whether you dread or welcome back to school time, it is important to be prepared mind, body, and spirit to take on a new school year.
Here are some ways you can become CPR certified with the American Red Cross. Take the time and “learn how to save a life today.”