During this time of year, crime continues as the sky gets darker earlier. This allows more time for people to act on their more miscreant thoughts, and with Halloween coming up there are more teenagers acting up. With all of these factors how can we keep ourselves and our belonging safe and with us?
Poisons include anything from medication, cosmetics, cleaning products, inhalants and poisonous animals. For more than 50 years, National Poison Prevention Week has been observed during the third week in March, focusing on the danger of commonly used medicines and household hazardous chemicals.
Burn injuries continue to be one of the leading causes of unintentional death and injury in the US. National Burn Awareness Week is a time when educators all across the country come together to raise awareness about burn safety and prevention.
What do the Holidays mean to you? Do you think about time with your family, time off of work, lots of food and presents, snow falling and carolers caroling? Those are all highlights of the holiday season! What a lot of us don't think about, however, is how we can maximize the bright highlights of the holiday season all while minimizing the potential hazards that go hand-in-hand with this time of year.