Welcoming a new addition into the fold is, as any parent can tell you, the most wonderful, rewarding, joyous, and simultaneously stressful thing you’ll ever do. Cut back on some of the stress by studying up on these safety tips (by no means an exhaustive list), brought to you in …keep reading
Extreme weather events can be scary, but you don’t have to feel powerless. Prepare yourself, your family, and your home before the storms come with these helpful tips.
Determine your risk.
While the brunt of a hurricane’s force often strikes coastal areas, …keep reading
MYTH #1: Tornadoes are always clearly visible ahead.
Reality: Tornadoes can be obscured or even invisible due to rain or nearby clouds.
Tune in to NOAA Weather Radio or to radio or television newscasts for the latest …keep reading
There’s a reason Dorothy insisted “there’s no place like home”: it just feels better to be in your own space. But every year, thousands of Americans have to leave their homes temporarily because of a natural disaster or other damage-causing calamity, moving their families and living in hotel rooms or …keep reading