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Security & Preparedness April 26, 2018

Beat the Next Natural Disaster: 5 High-Tech Hacks

Michele B., Senior Editor

Let’s face it, no one knows when disaster may strike. Extreme weather has been on the rise throughout the country, from droughts that lead to wildfires to flooding from hurricanes to unprecedented winter storms. Add these high-tech weapons to your...

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Work Life & Safety April 24, 2018

Stepping In to Stop Sexual Harassment: Nonviolent Intervention

Christina D., Senior Editor

Sexual harassment can happen in any area of a person’s life – in private, at school or at work. Women are more likely than men to be victims of sexual harassment, but it can happen to anyone. Everyone has the ability and responsibility to help ...

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Health & Wellness April 17, 2018

Recognizing the Signs of an Alcohol Use Disorder and 5 Tips to Keeping Your Glass Half Full

Erika S., Editor in Chief

How much alcohol is too much? It could mean drinking too much at one time, drinking too often, or both. An alcohol use disorder is a significant public health concern in the U.S. Many people struggle with controlling their drinking at some time...

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Health & Wellness, Uncategorized April 12, 2018

Healing the Hurt After Rape and Sexual Assault: How You Can Help a Survivor

Katherine E., Editor

Do you know a survivor of rape or sexual assault? The impact on survivors’ lives is heavy – many carry the weight of the trauma with them for years. The rippling effects of the incident(s) influence many facets of their lives. It can be hard to kn...

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Health & Wellness April 10, 2018

Opioid Overdose: Know the Signs. Save a Life.

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Opioid overdoses happen everyday across the U.S. Educate the members of your community to recognize an overdose emergency - it can mean the difference between life and death. For more information on health and wellness products, browse the ...

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Health & Wellness April 10, 2018

Heart Attack Symptoms: Men vs. Women

Maggie K., Senior Editor

With almost 800,000 Americans experiencing heart attacks every year, it’s vital that everyone know the symptoms. Help the men and women in your community spot the signs of a heart attack so they can act fast!       &...

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Military Life April 5, 2018

Anxiety in Service Members: 9 Steps to Battling Panic Attacks

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Everyone’s felt it – racing heart, clammy hands, quick breathing… Anxiety and panic affect everyone at some point in their lives. And while experiencing some anxiety is a normal human reaction to any stressful situation, excessive recurring anxiet...

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Health & Wellness March 29, 2018

Is Your Child on the Spectrum? Spotting the Signs and Symptoms of Autism

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S. In fact, one in 68 American children has been diagnosed with ASD. It is a lifelong disorder that is usually diagnosed by age 3 (sometimes as early as ...

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Education March 22, 2018

The Risks Are Real: Be Alert to Campus Crime

Katherine E., Editor

College campuses can give students a sense of security and comradery, even when students are strangers. But substance abuse, sexual assault and theft are just a few of the problems students will likely encounter in college. Having the proper resou...

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Security & Preparedness March 20, 2018

Twister Prep: Plan Your Way to Safety This Tornado Season

Maggie K., Senior Editor

We’ve all seen movies with the terrifying, twisted funnel of a tornado chasing cars, uprooting trees and pummeling through homes in seconds. While Mother Nature’s temper tantrums make for great entertainment on the big screen, they can be destruct...

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