Helping You Live a Safer, More Secure Life
A war-wounded veteran preparing to represent the U.S. Paralympic Sled Hockey Team in 2014, Rico Roman is nothing less than an inspiration. He shares the story of how his can-do attitude and competitive spirit helped him through the worst of times and prepared him for the next chapter.
In 2009, more than 16,000 Americans were treated at emergency rooms for head injuries suffered while skiing, sledding, snowboarding and snowmobiling, according to the National Safety Council. Here's a closer look at why you should put on a helmet before you hit the slopes or the ice.
Ice and snow are two of nature's most powerful forces, putting anything they touch to the test. Before testing your mind, body and machine this winter, make sure they're all well prepared.
Worried that the air quality inside your home will suffer when doors and windows are closed tight during the winter? A few precautions can help.
Mercury is present in a surprising number of common household items. You can reduce your exposure to this potent toxin, and learn the right way to react to a mercury spill in your home.
Keeping your wipers working efficiently through the many miles of winter is equal parts planning ahead, knowing what to do in the moment and not breaking anything in the process.
Whether you live in a cold or mild climate, the possibility of frozen pipes can be a concern. Learn how to prevent costly damage to your home by taking steps to keep your pipes from freezing.
"Home" is a word that evokes comfort and refuge from the hectic world, but in a matter of minutes your home — and everything you love — could be taken by a fire. This guide offers preventative tips to help keep your home and family safer.
Electrical appliances, water, heat and toxic chemicals all make your laundry a potentially dangerous place, especially for children. Keep it safe with proper maintenance and a watchful eye.