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Medications and Behind-the-Wheel Safety
Many people are not aware that their prescription drugs can impair their ability to drive safely. Unfortunately, this lack of awareness can be dangerous on the road.
After the Storm: How to Stay Safe
As a hurricane comes and goes, safety is the number one priority. Here are a few tips to keep yourself safe and healthy after the storm.
How to Stay Safe This Fall
Different seasons bring different health and safety challenges, and autumn is no exception.
Fall Prevention Awareness
One in four adults older than 65 falls every year. Follow these tips to prevent falls and serious injuries.
Preventing Falls
Falls can happen in the blink of an eye, and they can completely change your future. But you can take steps to prevent medication-related falls.
Avoiding Bacteria in Lakes, Rivers and Oceans
Labor Day is just around the corner, and the summer heat is showing no signs of letting up. It's a tempting time to go swimming, but cool off from the heat responsibly.
Some EpiPen Expiration Dates Extended
Here's what you need to know about what's being done to address the ongoing EpiPen shortage.
Summer Sun Safety Month
Do you ever wonder why your parents always nagged you about putting on sunscreen? In honor of Summer Sun Safety Month, take some time to learn more about sun safety.
Hurricane Health and Safety
As a hurricane approaches, safety is the number one priority. But severe storms can pose health and safety risks both before and after they strike.
Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
During power outages from hurricanes or tornados, using other power sources can lead to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).