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  • Allergy

    Allergies come in many forms, including food allergies, medical allergies, outdoor allergies, and household allergies. Allergies aren’t curable, but there are steps that can be taken to prevent and treat many types of allergies. View Guide

  • Drugs

    Prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs, and other medications help us alleviate symptoms and fight illness of all kinds. Unfortunately, they can also present dangers if taken at the wrong times, in the wrong dosages, or by the wrong persons. View Guide

  • Food

    Our bodies need food to sustain us and help us stay strong and healthy. Without the proper precautions, however, food can become contaminated and cause sickness. Dangers also exist when preparing, storing, or eating food. View Guide

  • Home

    Our homes should be a sanctuary where we can relax and spend time with family and friends. Nonetheless, there are many potential hazards in our homes, from dangerous chemicals and objects to appliances and furniture that could lead to injuries or even death. View Guide

  • Infant & Child

    Babies and young children are vulnerable to many dangers, both in the home and outside it. Keeping young ones safe is the priority of everyone who comes into contact with them, from parents and relatives to babysitters and other caregivers. View Guide

  • Patient

    When being treated for an illness, disease, or condition, patients want to trust that the drugs, medical devices, and other treatments provided by their doctors are helping them to recover. Stay informed about the potential dangers patients face. View Guide

  • Senior

    As each of us gets older, we have to learn how to deal with new health and safety issues that were never problems for us in the past. Get tips on how to stay safe into your golden years. View Guide

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