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Home Life, Security & Preparedness June 13, 2019

Pet Preparedness: Top Tips for Keeping Pets Safe During a Disaster

Amanda S., Editor

When disaster strikes, it can send us all into panic mode. We hurriedly secure our homes, gather important belongings and make sure loved ones are safe and taken care of. However, in the pandemonium that can accompany an emergency, we might forget...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life April 11, 2019

New Moms Need Good Nutrition when Breastfeeding

Heather M., Editor

Your nutrition when breastfeeding is vitally important for both you and your infant. To make plenty of quality milk for your precious little one, you need to make sure you have a healthy diet. Also, always follow your doctor’s advice. Get the Bes...

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Home Life, Security & Preparedness February 19, 2019

Keep Your Family Safe: 6 Steps to Take Now Before a Snowstorm Hits

Krystina C., Editor

The fact is, most people are unprepared when a major snowstorm hits. The ice, snow and extreme cold can knock out electricity for days, leaving families at risk of car accidents, frostbite and hypothermia. Before a storm warning comes in, learn ho...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life January 29, 2019

Cooking on Campus: A Student's Guide to Food Safety

Krystina C., Editor

Cooking doesn’t always take place inside the kitchen. For students living in dorms, mini fridges, microwave ovens and stovetop grills are often necessary for cooking and storing food. But whether you are cooking on campus or in your family's kitch...

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Home Life, Security & Preparedness January 22, 2019

Stop the Stalking: Recognize the Signs, Report the Crime

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Stalking – we’ve all seen it in the movies. A mysterious man hiding in a dark alley, watching his victim from the shadows… But scarier than a scene from the latest thriller is stalking in real life. Over 3 million Americans age 18 or older have b...

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Home Life, Military Life January 17, 2019

Relationship Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Relationships can be violent at any age. The main issue with teen dating violence is that many adolescents think some behaviors, such as name-calling or possessiveness, are normal. What many don’t know, however, is that these behaviors can lead to...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life December 17, 2018

New Year's Resolutions: Make 2019 Your Fittest Year Yet

Amanda S., Editor

As 2018 draws to a close, it's time to start making those 2019 New Year's resolutions! There is just something about the promise of a new year that gets people motivated to improve their lives. From small self-care promises to physical, emotional ...

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Home Life, Work Life & Safety December 13, 2018

From Snowbound to Safe: 9 Steps to Surviving Winter Driving

Heather M., Editor

It’s winter driving time! Help your citizens stay safe all season long by reminding them how to stay safe on the road, with tips on preparing their cars and how to adjust their driving habits to the cold-weather conditions. Winter Driving Surviva...

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Home Life December 11, 2018

Safe Winter Driving: How to Stay on the Road

Heather M., Editor

Winter weather conditions can make driving treacherous, so arm the motorists in your community with vital information on how to prepare their vehicles for safe winter driving. Prep Your Vehicle for Safe Winter Driving Make sure your car is...

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Home Life November 14, 2018

Thanksgiving Fire Safety: The Recipe for a Flame-Free Holiday

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Food, family and football… the 3 cornerstones of a traditional Thanksgiving. This year, millions of Americans will be gathering at dining room tables across the country to indulge in mouthwatering turkey, velvety mashed potatoes, grandma’s special...

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