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Five Gift Ideas For New Teen Drivers

No teenager has ever asked Santa for a seat belt cutter or tire gauge. However, the gifts on this list are more than inexpensive ways to stuff a stocking. Each gift can help prevent a car wreck or help save a life after a crash:   Car Safety Kit: Every vehicle should have a car safety kit. You can buy...
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Going Shopping On Black Friday? Follow These 7 Safety Tips

Black Friday is the traditional kick off to the holiday shopping season. Retailers lure shoppers away from Thanksgiving leftovers with promises of deep discounts and gifts with purchases. While you may save money with Black Friday bargains, it is also the most dangerous shopping day of the year. Perhaps it is the deep discounts on Black Friday that...
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What is Ethylene Oxide and Why is Everyone Talking About It?

  What is ethylene oxide? Ethylene oxide (EtO) is a flammable, colorless gas at temperatures above 51.3 ºF (10.7 ºC) that smells like ether at toxic levels. EtO is found in the production of solvents, antifreeze, textiles, detergents, adhesives, polyurethane foam, and pharmaceuticals. Smaller amounts are present in fumigants, sterilants for spices and cosmetics, as well as during...
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Why You May Have Been Exposed to Ethylene Oxide in Georgia

Ethylene oxide (also known as EtO) is a carcinogen. Carcinogens are substances that cause cancer by changing the structure of DNA. Not all humans who come into contact with carcinogens will develop cancer. It all depends on the length and intensity of their exposure, their genetic makeup, and the way in which they were exposed. If you live...
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Hot Cars Aren’t For Kids

The National Safety Council stated that in 2018, from January to September alone, almost 50 children throughout the United States lost their lives from being left in hot cars. You see the heartbreaking stories on the news all the time about how a child has suffered from pediatric vehicular heatstroke. In 52% of cases, the child was “forgotten”...
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Childproofing Your Home

Your home is supposed to be one of the safest places for your child. Although the risks at home are considerably less than some public areas, it is still necessary to take certain precautions to ensure the overall safety of your child. Children are very curious, so before they start crawling it is advised to childproof your home...
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Motorcyclists: Are Your Passengers Safe?

While traveling on your motorcycle, you may decide to bring passengers along for the ride. It is important to understand that your passengers are at just as much risk of injury as you are as the driver. Fortunately, there are valuable safety tips that can be shared with your passengers to help reduce the risk of an accident...
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Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month: Preventing Accidents

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. It comes at the start of summer because this is when most motorcyclists hit the open road. Motorcycling in Georgia is a popular pastime and form of commute, but it doesn’t come without risks. In 2016, 173 motorcyclists died in accidents in Georgia. This was a 26% increase from 2014. It’s clear...
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10 Georgia Motorcycle Safety Tips

According to the National Motorcycle Institute, a motorcyclist is five times more likely to be injured and 27 times more likely to die in a motorcycle accident than in a motor vehicle accident. During the peak warm months of the year, there are over six million motorcycles on the road and it’s important to do everything you can do...
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Proper Playground Play: Safety Tips For Parents + Kids

Playgrounds and outdoor play areas offer a new, fun environment for kids in the warmer months. Although it does offer fresh air, interaction, and exercise for children, playgrounds can also be quite dangerous if children are not watched after properly and abide by playground etiquette. Each year in the United States, more than 200,000 kids are treated in hospital...
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How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia

How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia The workers’ compensation system provides important recourse to injured employees throughout the state of Georgia. If you sustained an injury on the job, you have the right to medical treatment and a portion of your lost wages. However, filing a workers’ compensation claim can be confusing. Knowing the process can expedite...
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Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Court?

https://youtu.be/d8NnRkOF7Xo   If you suffered harm and believe someone else was liable for your injuries, it’s understandable that you want a settlement as soon as possible. However, personal injury cases are often a matter of negotiation and back and forth with insurance companies and sometimes they result in trial. Understanding the process will help you know what to...
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Top Eco-Commuting Options In Atlanta

  Did you know that transportation is now the biggest source of the United States carbon emissions, with 80% of total pollution coming from automobiles? With that fact in mind, many people are looking for ways to switch to an eco-commuting option.   What Is Eco-Commuting? It's simply a fancy term for eco-friendly or eco-conscious commuting. To be...
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2019 Eco-Friendly Cars

In honor of Earth Day, we're sharing all the things you need to know about eco-friendly vehicles. The truth is, electric cars are becoming more of the norm. They are better for the environment and are overall pretty cheap to maintain, while still providing the utmost safety for consumers. Over the years, we have seen new technology that...
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Atlanta Streets Alive: What It Is And Why You Should Participate

Image Courtesy of Atlanta Streets Alive   Atlanta Streets Alive is an event that was launched in 2010 and is now held three different times throughout the year throughout Atlanta. The idea is to "opens streets for people by temporarily closing them to cars to create a whole new healthy, sustainable and vibrant city street experience." This event...
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5 Atlanta Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss This April

Spring has officially arrived in Georgia, which means it is time for some of the best festivals that you don't want to miss!   Food-O-Rama Food Truck Festival - April 6th The 4th Annual Food Truck festival in Historic Grant Park will host food trucks from all over the Southeast. Additionally, local artists will be displaying their crafts...
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Atlanta Braves Home Opener: Things To Know

Image courtesy of AJC   Baseball is back! The Atlanta Braves home opener is on April 1st against the Chicago Cubs at SunTrust Park. Baseball season is a fun time for Atlanta residents + visitors. To make your visit the most enjoyable, here are some things you should know beforehand.   Parking It is strongly encouraged to purchase...
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Take Me Out To The Braves Game: Baseball Game Safety Tips

Spring is here which means temps are rising and you're looking for more activities and events to go to that are outside. A baseball game is a perfect way to spend a spring or summer day, but the hot temperatures at these games can create a large risk. If you're planning to visit Atlanta's own Suntrust Park to...
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The Safest + Most Effective Sunscreens For Your Kids

Summer vacation means a lot of time spent outside. Whether your kids are playing on the playground, taking a dip in the pool, or enjoying a beach day with the family, they need to be protected from harmful rays with sunscreen. There are so many types of sunscreens on the market and, as a parent, it is important...
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Spring + Summer Atlanta 5K’s

Warm weather gives you a bit of encouragement to get outside more. Atlanta has plenty of things to do, but if you're looking for something different, a 5K is a great option. Many people think that you HAVE to run, but that isn't true at all! Most 5K'S welcome walkers, kids, and sometimes even pups. Here are some...
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