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Recreational Accidents

Safety Counts – How Can I Prevent Child Heat Stroke?

July 12, 2017   |  
Do you know what hyperthermia is? You’ve probably heard of hypothermia, which is when the body gets too cold, but hyperthermia is different. Hyperthermia happens when your body gets too hot, and is often called heat stroke or heat exhaustion. This condition can be very dangerous to your health, but...
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How Do I Prevent Christmas Tree Fires in My Home?

December 5, 2016   |  
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, the Christmas season is in full swing. While it’s wonderful to see the Christmas spirit on display in the form of decorations, including holiday lights, candles and trees, we all must be careful not to put our safety at risk as a result. The US...
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Are Trampoline Parks Just Accidents Waiting to Happen?

October 21, 2016   |  
As trampoline parks have grown in popularity in the last few years, there has been an increase in the amount of trampoline-related injuries. According to a study published in USA Today back in August, in 2010, less than 600 kids were admitted to the emergency room for injuries they suffered...
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Advice for Parents to Avoid Pool Dangers

July 14, 2015   |  
"The picture of screams for help and flailing arms are often not reality when it comes to drowning," says a new article on WRAL.com.  This is very true, and important for parents to learn.  Unlike in the movies, a drowning can happen in seconds.  A child tries to swim under...
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Boating Accidents in NC Results in Injuries, Death & Criminal Charges

July 6, 2015   |  
A 17-year old was killed while kneeboarding on Lake Normal on Lake Normal around 9pm Saturday when she was struck by a motorboat, according to WRAL.  The operator of the boat has been charged with driving while intoxicated, and authorities indicate other charges may be forthcoming. In another incident, two people...
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