Grill Safety Tips for Your Memorial Day Barbecue

Memorial Day is coming up next Monday, May 29. The holiday marks the unofficial start of summer and is a time when families and friends gather in backyards for barbecues. Every year, thousands of people are injured when using grills. If you are planning to use a grill this Memorial Day or at any other […]

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How to Keep Children Safe in Bounce Houses

In the spring, many parents plan outdoor birthday parties for their children. Bounce houses are popular amusements that parents often rent for birthdays. They are also typically used at carnivals, fairs, and other types of events. If you are thinking about starting a business renting bounce houses, you need to follow some important safety rules. [&...

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Protect Your Business with Cyber Liability Insurance

Businesses in all industries handle vast amounts of data. Whether you run a large financial services company, a medical or dental office, or a company that receives and fulfills orders from online customers, you most likely have records that include names, addresses, email addresses, financial information, and other types of data. Having all of tha...

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How Cars and Motorcycles Can Share the Road Safely

With warm spring weather here, many motorcycle enthusiasts are taking to the road. Riding a motorcycle can be fun, but it is also dangerous. According to Injury Facts 2015, statistics compiled by the National Safety Council, 4,668 motorcycle riders and passengers died in accidents in 2013, and an additional 88,000 were injured. There are several [&...

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How to Relieve Spring Allergy Symptoms

Spring is a season when many people enjoy relaxing and spending time outdoors with their family and friends. Unfortunately, for millions of people spring means allergies. Seasonal allergies can cause congestion, sneezing, a runny nose, and itchy, watery eyes. These symptoms can make it nearly unbearable to spend time outdoors. What Causes Spring Al...

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How to Protect Yourself from Fraud and Identity Theft

When you get a call, letter, or email requesting information or money, you want to think that the person or company that initiated the contact is legitimate and honest. Unfortunately, however, many people are involved in scams that target unsuspecting members of the public. Scammers will go after anyone, but they tend to prey more […]

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How to Reduce Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of death from cancer in the United States. Over 100,000 people develop the disease every year. The overall numbers of new colorectal cancer cases and deaths have been decreasing slightly every year, but the number of new cases of colorectal cancer in adults under the age of […]

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Probiotics Can Balance Bacteria for Good Health

The body is filled with bacteria, some of which are harmful and some that are necessary for health. Probiotics are bacteria that regulate the balance of organisms, or microflora, in the intestines. The human digestive tract contains approximately 400 types of probiotic bacteria. They prevent the growth and spread of harmful bacteria and aid in [&he...

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How to Improve the Quality of Your Sleep

Sleep is critical for good health and productivity at work, but many people don’t get enough of it. This can be due to a busy schedule, stress, distractions, or medical issues. The results of insufficient sleep can also vary and may include problems at work, irritability, accidents, and a worsening of other medical problems. What […]

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How to Create a Fun Workplace

When people go to work, of course they are there to serve the company, perform to the best of their ability, and earn a paycheck. Another goal of many employees is to have fun. While working requires seriousness and focus, employees also want to be able to blow off some steam and relax with their […]

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