Home and neighborhood security are important topics for most homeowners. This is because residential crimes, such as burglaries and home invasions, are very real threats not only to one's property, but also to one’s personal safety. People want their homes to be their safe havens, where they can relax and feel secure. The...

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Early in 2013, two teenagers in Pennsylvania made headlines when they helped save a five-year-old girl from a kidnapper by pursuing the man's car on their bikes. The young child had been in the front yard playing when she disappeared. It was reported that the kidnapper had offered to take the girl out for ice cream. This event serves to remind parents that though home security systems can help protect possessions and loved ones, extra precautions are necessary, especially with children....

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According to the National Safety Council, falls are one of the leading causes of accidental injury in the United States, accounting for approximately 8.9 million trips to the emergency room each year. The risk of f...

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What do you think of when you imagine a burglar? Do you imagine a gun-wielding man dressed all in black wearing a mask and carrying a sack with a dollar sign on it? This cartoonish stereotype is actually quite different from the typical burglar....

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Many everyday items in your home - from makeup to medicine - can be harmful if ingested or if taken in the wrong doses. In fact, the Center for Disease Control reported that poisoning deaths are actually on the rise, with an average of 87 peo...

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Human beings love stability. Settling down in an ideal location and grow old there is an idea that’s both attractive, and rare. Moves are inevitable in our long lives and knowing what you’re in for is a key part of the process. Here are eight essential questions to ask before uprooting your family, your career, and your p...

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