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Dry Drowning Symptoms & Causes

Dry drowning symptoms

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the leading cause of death among children, with an average of 22 drownings and 11 drowning deaths per day in 2021 alone. Although this data is certainly alarming and…

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Contractor Fraud: What It Is and How to Avoid It

With cases of contract fraud on the rise, homeowners must prepare to identify and respond to threats before they happen.

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Tips for Businesses to Battle Sleep Deprivation after Daylight Savings Time Change

This year, daylight savings time begins on March 14, 2021, at 2 a.m. We “spring forward” and gain daylight but lose an hour of sleep. I’m sure as many of you have experienced in the past, this can lead to…

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Kitchen Safety for the Men Making Dinner Tonight

Today is National Men Make Dinner Day, so I’ll make dinner tonight (like I do majority of the time). Most of my friends’ wives do the home-cooking, my mom always does the cooking (except grilling), and according to a survey…

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Halloween Safety for 2020

Halloween is here and children and adults alike are anxious to have a “normal” Halloween…put on a costume, get candy from neighbors, attend a party dressed like a vampire, or even just hand out goodies from your front door. But…

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The Benefits of Your Loss Control Consultant

Loss Control for insurance is defined as risk management procedures designed to reduce the chances of claims against insurance policies. It mainly involves recognizing potential risks within the workplace and is attended to by voluntary or required actions a policyholder…

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Are Your Servers Trained and Certified with TIPS?

We didn’t know if there would be a football season this year, but here we are! The BIG Ten has even reversed its earlier decision, and now games will start in October…GO BUCKS! COVID-19 has changed how we’ll watch these…

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The Nurse Hotline: The First Step in a Work Injury Claim

Did you know that over 2.9 million workplace injuries occur each year? Accidents and injuries happen, but the common goal is to limit the number of injuries and keep employees as safe as possible. When an injury does happen, there is…

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Have a Happy (and Safe) 4th of July!

This weekend, there will be Independence Day celebrations happening across the nation. People are stocking up on food, drinks, sparklers, and fireworks. Speaking of sparklers and fireworks, they can be fun, pretty, and cool, but they can also be dangerous….

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Summer is Coming: Tips for Outdoor Cooking

Spring is here and summer is coming. As a suburban dad, this means I only have two things on my mind: lawn maintenance and barbeque. Nothing ruins a good cookout faster than a trip to the emergency room or a…

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