Summer Safety Tips, Part 1: Fireworks

Summer Safety Tips, Part 1: Fireworks

Every year, in the days leading up to and after the Fourth of July, millions of Americans celebrate by attending professional fireworks displays. Thousands launch their own backyard pyrotechnics, often with more enthusiasm than common sense, leading to fires,...
Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS:  SMART MOVES ON AMERICA’S SCARIEST NIGHT With all the costume parties, the roving trick-or-treaters, the monster movie marathons and more, Halloween can be one of the most entertaining nights of the year. What’s not to like about free candy? Yet...
Halloween Candy for Toddlers

Halloween Candy for Toddlers

Sweet! A Guide to Safe Halloween Candy For Toddlers Americans will spend more than $2.5 billion on Halloween candy this year. That’s a lot of sweet stuff — some of it tasty, no doubt, and some of it downright spooky. For parents, trying to screen their kids’ haul and...

Hot Dog: Pets in Parked Cars

It can be dangerous, even deadly, to leave a pet inside a hot car. Earlier this year, Governor Hickenlooper passed a law in Colorado granting immunity if you break a dog out of a hot car. On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside of a parked car can reach 100 degrees...