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Safety Advice to Consider During National Baby Safety Month

September is recognized as National Baby Safety Month. Whether you are a new parent or a seasoned one with young ones in your home now is just as good of a time

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Tamper-Resistant Electrical Outlets: Why they make sense

Tamper resistant outlets help keep you and your family safe from electrical shock.

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Hoverboards Receive UL Certification and Roll Again

Hoverboards Receive UL Certification and Roll Again

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Have fun, but be safe, while using Pokémon Go on your mobile device

Pokémon can be a blast but there are risks as well

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What is Sepsis?

Knowing the signs could one day save your life.

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Trouble Seeing the Road at Night? Your Headlights May Be to Blame

Most car headlights fall short in new safety tests.

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9 Habits That Make Seasonal Allergies Worse

Wearing contacts, stressing too much — do any of these sound familiar?

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Can a Home DNA Stool Test Replace a Colonoscopy?

There's no scope and no prep necessary — so is it too good to be true?

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Endometriosis Linked to Heart Disease in Study

Gynecological condition may boost heart risk 60 percent; even more in young women, research suggests.

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Sesame Street Joins Campaign Against Zika Virus

Elmo and the gang help spread the word about the mosquito-borne disease.

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Pregnant Women: Why You Should Worry about What You Breathe

New studies link air pollution with child behavior issues and premature births.

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Don’t Goof Up These 3 Big Pension Decisions

You could outlive your money if you choose the wrong time and way to take your pension.

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7 Million Americans at Risk Due to Human-induced Earthquakes

A new US Geological Survey map shows areas at risk for both human-induced and natural earthquakes.

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Mediterranean Diet May Help Lower Hip Fracture Risk in Older Women

The regimen seemed to provide a slight benefit, researchers say.

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Hugh Jackman Is a Real-Life Celebrity Superhero

The actor joins other Hollywood A-listers who’ve come to the rescue off-screen.