North American Regulators Work Together before the Holiday Season to Protect Kids from Harmful Toys

Regulators Work before Holidays to Protect Kids from Harmful Toys Are you buying a toy for a child – or even a charity drive – this year? If so, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants you to know that, for the third consecutive year, it is working with Canadian and Mexican authorities [...]

North American Regulators Work Together before the Holiday Season to Protect Kids from Harmful Toys2019-10-11T10:49:23-06:00

How to Reduce Your Risk of Wintertime CO Poisoning

In many parts of Colorado, the winter season usually means that it’s time to prepare for the snow and figure out if extra work needs to be done to heat homes. For people whose heat comes from wood-burning or gas-burning appliances, however, the winter can also mean an increased risk of CO (carbon monoxide) poisoning. [...]

How to Reduce Your Risk of Wintertime CO Poisoning2019-10-11T11:45:46-06:00

Crib Bumpers Should Be Banned in the U.S., New Study Urges

Crib bumpers have killed about three times more infants in the U.S. than was previously thought, according to the findings of a new study published in The Journal of  Pediatrics.1 In fact, these researchers have found that, since 1985, at least 77 infants have been suffocated by crib bumpers. And now they are urging regulators [...]

Crib Bumpers Should Be Banned in the U.S., New Study Urges2019-10-11T11:46:43-06:00

How to Prep Your Vehicle for the Impacts of Winter Cold

Temperatures are falling with the leaves, and that means that winter is right around the corner. Before temperatures drop to freezing, taking some time to prepare your vehicle for the cold of winter can help you ensure optimal performance in the coming months. It can also help you reduce your risk of an auto collision [...]

How to Prep Your Vehicle for the Impacts of Winter Cold2019-10-11T11:47:58-06:00

Fires & Falls Are the Biggest Risks Elderly People Face at Home, the CPSC Says

Fires & Falls Are the Biggest Risks Elderly People Face at Home, the CPSC Says At home, the two biggest causes of injury and death to the elderly (people 65 and up) are fires and falling down, according to officials at the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). In fact, when it comes to [...]

Fires & Falls Are the Biggest Risks Elderly People Face at Home, the CPSC Says2019-10-11T11:49:12-06:00

Teen Motorist Crashes Drop 50% over Last 20 Years, AAA Study Finds

Teen Motorist Crashes Drop 50% over Last 20 Years, Study Finds Over the past two decades, in the U.S., teen drivers have caused about 53 percent less traffic collisions, according to the findings of a study recently conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety (AAA). In fact, while there has been at [...]

Teen Motorist Crashes Drop 50% over Last 20 Years, AAA Study Finds2019-10-11T11:50:15-06:00