6 Tips for Managing Stress at Work

Forty percent of all employees reported their job was very or extremely stressful, according to a study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Anxiety from heavy workloads, deadlines and interpersonal conflicts can put large amounts of pressure on any employee. And, if left unaddressed, workplace stress can lead to safety risks, lower…

June—Fireworks Safety Month

Fireworks are a staple at festivities for many Americans during the summer months. Unfortunately, many people do not realize just how dangerous fireworks and sparklers can be—which is a primary reason that injuries occur. Fireworks can not only injure the users, but can also cause harm to bystanders. All fireworks— including sparklers, bottle rockets and…

5 Tips for Preventing Digital Eye Strain

The smartphones, computers and TVs we use every day help us boost efficiency and enjoy modern conveniences. But looking at screens for even a short amount time can lead to digital eye strain, one of the biggest contributors to deteriorating vision. Take a look at these five healthy vision tips that you can use to…

BE PREPARED FOR AN INTRUDER

Preparing for an Intruder in Your Home It is difficult to determine how you would react if you came face-to-face with an intruder in your home, especially if the intruder were armed or intended to harm any of your family members. The most important thing to remember is to stay calm and that the first…