How to Save Yourself From Choking When Nobody is Around

I remember when I was about 11 or 12 and my dad had promised that I could go out with my friends if I hurried up and finished my lunch. Who was I to disappoint, right? I ate my food as quickly as I could while my dad was in the kitchen only for something to get lodged in my throat. I couldn’t call out for help but it was scary as my airway became…

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Keep Your Head Up, Phone Down, Ass Alive

Cell phones have made many parts of our lives a little easier. They are no longer just something that can be used for calls and texts but now as a camera, for listening to music, as a calculator, and of course the Internet. While this can all be good for the user, distracted walking is putting their lives in more danger than ever. Every year, there seems to be an increase in people getting injured…

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Emergency Planning and Your Family

It is important that any and all emergency plans that you have in place, the whole family understands and agrees to. These plans are what are going to keep you safe when the unexpected happens. In order to do this, you can’t just write up a plan and present it to your family expecting for them to immediately agree to everything, it doesn’t work like that. Your family (every member, including children) need to be…

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Best Places for Your Home Security Cameras

Are You Really Safe in Your Own Home?

The Police and Ministry of Justice would like us to believe that burglary is on the decrease when in fact this isn’t quite so true. For starters, due to the public’s lack of confidence in the Police, many crimes are now going unreported. This being said, even reported crimes are on the rise with statistics showing that burglary has rose by 6% in England and Wales while the number of criminal charges faced by offenders…

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Science Experiments to Teach Children About Natural Disasters

Natural disasters can happen at any time and anywhere in the world. Children often get scared and anxious when something happens because they do not completely understand what is going on. Today we want to take a look at some easy and fun science experiments that you can do with your children to help teach them about various natural disasters. Once they have a better understanding of how and why they happen, they can cope…

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