Ladder Safety From the Top Down and How to Prevent Falls - Falls are the leading cause of injury and death in older adults. Younger adults are injured frequently from falls, too — off of ladders.… Continue reading Ladder Safety From the Top Down and How to Prevent Falls
How to Keep Your Cheerleaders Safe from Falls and Injuries - With more than 3.5 million U.S. participants annually, cheerleading is the No. 1 female sport and No. 2 in catastrophic sports injuries.… Continue reading How to Keep Your Cheerleaders Safe from Falls and Injuries
How to Prevent Your Own Heart Attack - Here’s some news to make your heart sing: Cardiovascular diseases are completely preventable for at least 95% of people just by changing diet and lifestyle. And not only preventable, but usually reversible simply by applying these changes.… Continue reading How to Prevent Your Own Heart Attack
How to be Fire-Safe and What to Do if You Get Burned - More than 450,000 people a year seek emergency medical care for burns. Our adult version of Burn Prevention Week will help you keep your family safe.… Continue reading How to be Fire-Safe and What to Do if You Get Burned
Flu Season Expected To Be Harsh This Year. What’s Your Flu IQ? - Got chills? Are they multiplying? Then it’s probably the flu calling for you. Dallas County Health and Human Services is predicting a busy flu season this year. If you want to pop out and get a flu shot before reading on, we don’t blame you. While it takes about two weeks for the flu vaccine… Continue reading Flu Season Expected To Be Harsh This Year. What’s Your Flu IQ?