Washington — Washing your hands and using a meat thermometer help prevent the spread of germs during meal preparation, but a recent study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows many people may be skipping these important steps.
McLean, VA — Many drivers think texting and driving is dangerous only in certain circumstances, and most still need “a lot of convincing” to understand the risks, according to a recent study from Australia.
Itasca, IL — The American Academy of Pediatrics is advising parents to keep children in rear-facing car seats until they reach the maximum weight or height limit indicated on the seat, rather than using age as a guide.
Washington — Does the thought of your aging parents behind the wheel worry you? Have you voiced your concerns to them? A recent study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety shows many people avoid talking with loved ones about this sensitive issue.
Washington — FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security’s Ready Campaign are reminding everyone that “disasters happen” and encourages you to “prepare now” and “learn how” during this year’s National Preparedness Month.
Washington — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has unveiled a campaign intended to raise awareness of drunk and drug-impaired driving by reminding motorists that “If You Feel Different, You Drive Different.”