Protect your home and family with the latest tips on catastrophe preparation and home & auto safety.
The carpet has a network of plastic optical fibers underneath it, and sensors at the end of the carpet measure how much the fibers bend to track movements.
Hackers discover a cache of 12 million Apple device IDs on an FBI worker's laptop and have exposed 1 million of them online.
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Keep your fridge clean and inspect your food before you even bring it home.
Two sisters share their advice on how to pool resources and information when disaster strikes your community.
Nancy McBride, National Safety Director for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children shares tips on empowering kids to protect themselves from strangers.
National Wildlife Federation to host Twitter chat today addressing stranger danger and other safety issues.
Pools keep you safer from drowning, but oceans are more fun. And lakes are the most peaceful.
Department of Homeland Security: If you have an escape route, run. If you don't, hide. If there's nowhere to run or hide, fight for your life.
Karen Klein, the bullied bus monitor from Greece, NY uses donations to launch anti-bullying foundation.
The program will enable vehicles and infrastructure to 'talk' to each other in real time to help avoid crashes and improve traffic flow.
New study finds prenatal exposure to chlorpyrifos harms boys' brains more than girls'.
Two Swedish designers have created what many people said was impossible.
While this soapy goodness won't kill you, it's also not the best thing to ingest.
Business owners should be sure to have insurance and alternate locations planned, as well as ways to assist their employees in the event of a disaster.
Two Swedish students create a new fashionable bicycle helmet that remains invisible, until you need it.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.