By The Safety Mom Heavy-duty snow removal should be left to the professionals. Here is a sad story about a 14 year old that mangled his hand using a snow blower. Caution should always be taken and children should be kept away from this equipment.
By Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom There is nothing worse than rummaging around your child’s diaper bag trying to find what you need while one of your kids is screaming at the top of his lungs and the other is making a run for it. Life is hectic enough without the stress of not […]
My friend went to Los Angeles last Thursday and was extremely frustrated to have a TSA official “screen” her breast milk through an x-ray machine but when she got to L.A. she was informed this wasn’t necessary. I heard another story where the mother was required to drink a bit of breast milk from each […]
I’m not one to wait for New Year’s Day to make resolutions. Rather, when I realize there’s something I need to improve or fix, I want to get started right away. I’ll be the first to admit, there’s probably a lot more I could do to monitor my health and get more frequent physicals, but […]
We all hear about how bacteria and germs can make us sick and we’re constantly preaching good hand washing but did you know that most bacteria won’t hurt you at all? In fact, there are trillions of bacteria in our bodies that work hard to keep us healthy. Did you also know that there are […]
Burns happen. It’s a part of life and a part of parenting that we can’t always control. In the event of a minor burn in your home, use NEOSPORIN® + Pain Relief Ointment or Cream to help prevent infection and provide temporary relief from the pain and discomfort. Here are some tips to prevent burns […]
Travelling for the holidays this year? For many of us we’ll be hitting the road for Grandma’s house, friend’s parties or even a family vacation. And, with airline travel being as crazy as it is, more families will be driving instead of flying. Car accidents are still one of the leading causes of injuries for […]
As women, we are in a daily struggle to manage our lives as well as our kids and parents. While juggling kid’s activities, jobs, cleaning, classes or doctors appointments, we oftentimes forget about ourselves. All women need to know the steps to understand the symptoms and reduce the risk of illness including heart disease. And, […]