Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. Whether it’s a wet floor at the grocery store or a poorly maintained sidewalk, these accidents can lead

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A season of hope and resolve for gun safety BY DONNA WALD AND JUDY SHERRY Co-founders of Grandparents United for Gun Safety During this holiday season, we send our wishes

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Everything You Need To Know About Georgia’s Premises Liability Laws The legal domain of “premises liability” deals with incidents where a person is hurt or killed while on or close

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#GoCordless to Keep Your Grandkids Safe October is National Window Covering Safety Month. Many grandparents and caregivers are unaware that window covering cords can lead to strangulation in under a

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How Grandparents Can Practice Water Safety By Nikki Fleming, Pool Safely Campaign Leader, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Summer is here and that means it’s time to hit the pool

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Halloween is just a week away, and parents and grandparents want their kids to have a good time. How to do they keep them safe? How do they know what’s

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Safety Tips for a Spooktacular Halloween BY KIDS IN DANGER Halloween is an exciting time of year for children. It’s their chance to dress up as fun characters, put up

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Rare is the individual who hasn’t tripped over a pet or uneven pavement, tumbled off a bike, slipped on ice or maybe wiped out skiing or skating. Some get injured,

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Can fake news hurt our grandchildren? Children are…well, just children, right?  They are easily fooled and tricked because they don’t have enough time on this earth and the education to

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Do Any Of Your Grandchild’s Toys, Furniture, Etc., Appear On This Recall List? By Laura Nikolovska – Kids In Danger Not only is summer officially underway but also we are halfway

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By Jack Levine We’re All Capable of Acts of Selfless Heroism… Just Like Bernard Kenny This act of selfless heroism should be an inspiration for all…regardless of age…as we strive

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Do you know what “safe sleep” means for an infant? Well, it’s changed a lot over the years. Back in 10,000 B.C. the perfect night’s rest was animal skin covering

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Drawstrings on children’s clothing aren’t safe. Here’s why and what you can do if your child’s clothing has them. By Kids In Danger 13-year-old Brandi Browder died when the drawstring

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BY LAURA NIKOLOVSKA Grandparents play a vital role in their grandchildren’s lives. They provide extra loving care when parents need a break and are a wealth of knowledge for tips

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Program fails to protect all consumers and children; falls far short of the proposed federal standard WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, safety advocates at Consumer Federation of America, Consumers Union, Kids in Danger,

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Spring is here and you know what that means; warmer weather, spring cleaning, and… yard sales! Generally speaking, garage sales are a great place to get a good deal on

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“In these games, kids physically limit oxygen to the brain, causing a brief, intense rush as the brain automatically reacts to the perceived threat by releasing specific chemicals that cause

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By Gary Zell The best way to understand what your grandchildren are doing online is to have an open dialog with them about good digital citizenship. Asking them about the different apps

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 5 Tips for Traveling with Cardiac Issues Know the “real” name for all of your medications, not just the generic. Make sure you take enough for your trip plus 3-4

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By Shelley Webb, RN  |  Are walk-in bathtubs a good choice for you, your elderly parents, or your disabled kin?  Before you buy, consider the pros and cons of this

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