October 20-26 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, during which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) highlights the dangers of lead and the steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. While lead exposure has serious health implications, it is entirely preventable. The federal …Continue Reading 4 Facts on Lead Poisoning and How to Prevent It
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The nation’s response has come a long way in recent years; what was once viewed as a private family matter with little or no police intervention is now recognized as an issue of national concern. This year’s presidential …Continue Reading Helping Victims of Domestic Violence Break Free from the Abuse
Getting to drive a car is something most teens can’t wait to do. It’s an exciting milestone in one’s life and often seen as a social right of passage among peers. But along with the independence that comes with a driver’s license comes significant responsibility …Continue Reading Teen Driver Safety – Taking the Wheel
Every year since 1922, in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, we observe National Fire Prevention Week on the Sunday-through-Saturday period in which October 9th falls. This week-long observance reminds the public about the importance of fire prevention, and is the longest running …Continue Reading Fire Prevention Tips to Keep You & Your Family Safe
April 7-13th is National Window Safety Week. Take some time to read the tips below and keep your family safe. Window Safety Tips: Windows are a secondary escape route in case of fire. Create an escape plan and practice with your kids so that they know …Continue Reading 10 Tips for Window Safety
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