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Monthly Archives: June 2012
The first day of summer is upon us – and so are dangerously high temperatures. According to the National Weather Service, heat is the number one weather related killer in the United States. The young, elderly, and those without access … Continue reading
Americans love pets. Sixty percent of U.S. households have pets, and they spend billions of dollars each year to ensure they remain happy, healthy and safe. But do owners do all that they can to protect their furry friends?
The time has finally come for your long-awaited summer vacation. You’ve made all the necessary arrangements to ensure a good trip: Double-checked the hotel reservation; purchased airplane tickets; packed suitcases. But have done anything to ensure your vacant home is … Continue reading
Are your children getting excited and ready for summer camp? To help them have a fun and safe experience, keep the lines of communications open by asking them lots of questions about their day.