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Add Safe Medicine Storage to Your Travel Checklist

Add Safe Medicine Storage to Your Travel Checklist

When it comes to the safety of your family, you cannot take a vacation from vigilance.  You may have childproofed your home; but what measures can be taken to ensure their safety while you're traveling?
Beating the Blackout Hurricanes Don t Have to Leave You in the Dark

Beating the Blackout: Hurricanes Don’t Have to Leave You in the Dark

In 2012, 2,808 blackouts affected 25 million households, according to Eaton Blackout Tracker. The Atlantic storm season starts in June; start preparing now. 
5 Tips for Caregivers

5 Tips for Caregivers

Family caregivers have an immeasurable impact on the lives of those they assist.  These 5 tips can help ease the burden for caregivers and make the home a safer place for their loved ones.
Water Damage Is Mold Infiltrating Your Home

Water Damage: Is Mold Infiltrating Your Home?

Hurricane Sandy left many homes severely damaged — mainly from floodwaters. 
Don t Let Loved Ones Fall for Faulty Prevention Methods

Don’t Let Loved Ones Fall for Faulty Prevention Methods

Seventy-six percent of caregivers worry about their loved one falling, and with good reason: One in three people over age 65 fall each year, resulting in 2.3 million emergency room visits and 662,000 hospitalizations in 2010 alone.
Helping Caregivers Keep Loved Ones Safe

Helping Caregivers Keep Loved Ones Safe

Baby boomers are getting older and they are making caregiving headlines.
Put Safety Not Poison in Your Child s Hands

Put Safety, Not Poison, in Your Child’s Hands

Accidental medicine ingestions send more than 60,000 children to emergency rooms each year. Parents must be vigilant when medicine comes down from the cabinet, especially on summer vacation.
Stronger Than Before

Stronger Than Before

Six months after Hurricane Sandy swept the coast, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie continues to rebuild the state's shoreline and encourage individuals to have a safety plan in their own homes.