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Penn State Crisis – Victims, Bystanders & Sexual Predators

I don’t think there’s anyone in this country who isn’t disgusted by the events that continue to unfold at Penn State.  People have reacted with shock, disbelief and anger.  I looked at news footage of Jerry Sandusky outside his home and also found it hard to believe that this man was capable of the atrocities […]

The unveiling of the first Vicks VapoDad is here

For those of you who were guessing who the Vicks VapoDad is, the time has finally come to reveal his identity. The first official Vicks VapoDad is Drew Brees! Were you right? Drew Brees, Quarterback for the New Orleans Saints, husband, and father of two, now adds VapoDad to his title.  Check out the VapoDad’s […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Don’t Miss the Invisible Bruises

I’m currently in the midst of doing research for my next book on teen issues which will be coming out this spring.  One of the significant sections of the book will be dating abuse.  Many of the young girls who I’m speaking with tell me that their parents had no idea that they were being […]

Is the soup your feeding your child causing cancer?

Scary thought, but that just might be the case. According to a new study by the Breast Cancer Fund some of your child’s favorite soups contain the dangerous toxic chemical Bisphenol A (BPA). The Breast Cancer Fund found BPA in all six of products they tested. Campbell’s Disney Princess Cool Shapes Pasta with Chicken in […]

JPMA Innovation Award Winner’s From The ABC Show!

Yesterday I had the opportunity to participate in judging for this year’s JPMA Innovation Awards at the ABC Show in Louisville.  Let me tell you, it wasn’t easy!  There were some incredible products – some prototypes and some already on the market.  There were a few trends that I was happy to see.  Manufacturers seem […]

Child Passenger Safety Week and Tips for Keeping Your Baby Safe

“We didn’t have car seats when you were growing up and you’re fine!”  How many times have you heard that phrase come out of your parents’ mouths?  As The Safety Mom, and more importantly a parent, it makes me CRAZY!  According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about 9,310 […]

Child Safety Tips During a Power Outage

  For those of you living in the aftermath of hurricane Irene, I realize you might not have power to read this blog.  But, if you do and know someone without power, please share these important tips to keep in mind during the power outage.  In my town, I was one of the lucky few […]

Your Child’s Complaints About Headaches – It Could Be Vision Problems

Has your child been complaining about headaches? Do they frequently squint or rub their eyes? If so, they may have a vision problem that needs to be checked out by a doctor. Now is a great time for your child to get an eye exam because it can be done at their annual physical exam, […]

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