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A new season means new safety strategies

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Fall is the season of change. The leaves turn colors, the temperature cools off, long sleeves come out of the drawer, plaid flannels come back into style—we even fall back an hour for Daylight Savings Time.


What should not change is safety around the house. There are, however, specific things that homeowners need to be more aware of once the leaves start to change color.

Love to Know-Safety has come up with many safety tips to keep you and your family safe.

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Bonfire safety should not be ignored

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Bonfires can be a great centerpiece to a gathering of friends or family—the beautiful, starry night sky overhead, s'mores being made for one and all, stories being passed around, laughter filling the night air—maybe even a few adult beverages to go along with the constellation of people.

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Things to know about Zika

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The mosquitos that carry the Zika Virus have now spread from South America to the Florida Coast.


Several cases have been reported in the Miami Beach area and now one has even been found in the Tampa Bay region, on the other side of the state.

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Boating Safety Tips

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The sun is shining high in the sky. You're sitting on a boat out in the open water without a care in the world. Sounds perfect, right? 


One of summer's greater pleasures is spending time with family and friends out in the boat at your typical lake or beach home. However, if the necessary precautions are not taken, not having a care in the world may turn into having too many.

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Dangers the summer heat can bring

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Summer is almost everyone's favorite time of year but it's also a peak time for tragedy. The devastating heat can lead to such events. 

Most situations are preventable and, with the proper knowledge of how to combat them, can be dealt with properly when the time comes—or even avoided entirely.

According to the National Safety Council's Injury Facts 2016, 372 people died in 2013 from exposure to excessive heat. This is what you need to look out for:

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