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Is Your Florida Pool Safe?

In 2002, a little girl died before her mother’s eyes in a horrible and preventable accident. Virginia Graeme Baker died as a result of what is called “suction entrapment” in a family friend’s hot tub, held to the bottom by

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Home Fire Sprinklers Save Lives

You might not know this, but your home is more than likely without some very vital fire prevention equipment. You might have fire extinguishers, you might have your escape routes all planned out, and you may even change batteries in

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Zika Prevention and Protection for Miami Residents

Florida and the mosquitos have a long and storied history, from yellow fever and malaria in colonial times to West Nile and now Zika. Mosquitos carry a variety of diseases and even parasites, and spread them by taking blood from

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Play It Safe – What to Do When You Have a Pool

Having a pool can be one of the greatest things you can do for your home. It’s a family gathering place, a play area, and a great excuse for a party. Unfortunately it is also something that can increase your

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Avoid Turkey Day Disaster: Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Just about everyone is getting ready for the holidays. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, people tune up their cars to take long drives to see faraway relatives in safety, kitchens are cleaned from top to bottom in preparation for one

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