Protect your home and family with the latest tips on catastrophe preparation and home & auto safety.
An electric current runs through the blade and retracts when it comes into contact with human skin.
A little common sense and a lot of supervision can go a long way.
New bipartisan 'Chemical Safety Improvement Act' would require more safety regulation for chemicals while making it easier for chemicals that pass to get on the market.
No storm shelter? 'Wind clips' built into your home can give some additional protection from dangerous winds.
There's a hierarchy of survival skills that are more age-appropriate for children than teaching them how to skin a squirrel for supper.
A new National Safety Council study reveals that cell-related traffic fatalities are significantly under-reported. And guess what? It doesn't really matter if your state has a hands-free law.
A study found that texting while driving was linked with a 23-fold increase in the risk of a crash or risky driving.
Overall, 90 percent of the ground turkey that the magazine examined had one or more of the five bacteria they tested for.
It's possible to drive several hundred yards before you irreparably destroy the tire.
New ad aims to stop child abuse with secret message that can only be seen by kids.
No matter how much caffeine you chug, there are days you just shouldn't be behind the wheel. Here are the stats to prove it.
The most common way children got hurt was from falling in, off or against a ride.
If you have young kids, consider this required (albeit loathsome) reading.
These pollinators really aren't out to get you, after all.
Whether at the hands of Mother Nature, terrorism, or a lone gunman, these cities prove the resilience of the human spirit when faced with disaster.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.