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Child Safety

Sexting, Sexual Harassment and Domestic Violence are all Abuse

Sexting, sexual harassment and domestic violence are all, in one form or another abuse.  It cuts across all demographics and, when it comes to prominent figures, can be shrugged off as an “addiction.”  What’s most troubling is, in the era of public apologies and subsequent forgiveness, the victims also seem to forgive and forget too […]

Awareness of Bike Safety Shouldn’t Just Be After A Child’s Death

It’s quite a sad day in our little town of Wilton.  A 12 year-old boy from a neighboring town died yesterday on one of our roads in a bicycle accident.  Apparently he lost control of his bike and went flying through the air. He wasn’t wearing a helmet. I grieve for that family.  Having lost […]

Kate & William – Did you miss the lesson on car seat safety!?!?!?!

I’m as caught up in the arrival of the new baby prince as much as anyone.  I just started scanning pics as they were leaving the hospital and let out a scream when I came across this one!  What the hell are they thinking?!!?!?  Not only is the car seat straps positioned incorrectly, it doesn’t […]

Signs of relapse after rehab – what families need to know

While the cause of death for Corey Monteith has not been confirmed, what is known is that he has struggled with substance abuse issues for many years and had entered rehab in April to get help. Corey’s death is tragic but he is just one of so many people in this country with abuse issues who […]

Backyard Summer Safety Tips Courtesy of Travelers

Travelers list of  five ways to accident-proof your backyard this summer from their Prepare and Prevent site. While brainstorming what food to serve, how to decorate and who to invite to your next backyard BBQ this summer, it is important that homeowners remember the most critical aspect of having guests: keeping them safe. With summer in […]

Laundry Room Safety and Sweepstakes Offer

American Cleaning Institute Launches KEY Pledge Campaign   Disclaimer – I am a paid blogger for the American Cleaning Institute.  However, all thoughts and opinions stated within are my own. Last week, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) launched a consumer safety education campaign to increase awareness about proper usage, storage and handling of single-load liquid laundry packets.  As […]

Does Your Teen Suffer From Digital Dementia?

Dementia, the loss of mental functions such as thinking, memory and reasoning is a disease that typically affects the elderly.  However, a disorder known as “digital dementia,” is new type of cognitive condition that is beginning to affect youth technology users in their early 20s and teens, a generation raised on digital media.  According to […]

Heatstroke in Children – Know the Symptoms

General Motors Foundation and Safe Kids Worldwide launch campaign Summer is in full swing, and so is the heat.  With that comes the heightened risk of heatstroke.  Heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle-related deaths for children under 14 years of age.  More than half of heatstroke deaths occurred when a distracted caregiver forgot […]

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