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Security & Preparedness October 30, 2018

Financial Fraud: Keep Your Identify Safe and Your Money Secure

Maggie K., Senior Editor

No one is safe from financial fraud. From teens to the elderly, people of any age can be victims. Fraudsters are relentless – they steal personal information, access people’s bank accounts, and even trick people into sending them money, amongst ot...

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Work Life & Safety October 25, 2018

Keeping It Civil: A Leader's Guide to Managing Workplace Conflict

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Workplace conflict happens in every organization. Whether it’s between coworkers, managers, or a boss and an employee, issues are bound to arise when so many different people – with different opinions – work together day in and day out. That be...

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Security & Preparedness October 23, 2018

What if an Earthquake Hit Your Area? Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions

Heather M., Editor

Earthquakes can happen at any time of the day, month or year. There’s usually no warning, so it's best to get prepared now. 4 Things You Should Know About Earthquakes All 50 states and all U.S. territories are vulnerable to earthquakes. The ...

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Security & Preparedness October 18, 2018

Cybersecurity Awareness: Is Your Computer System Safe?

Krystina C., Editor

Cyberattacks have increased dramatically in the last 10 years, making cybersecurity awareness more important than ever. More and more cybercriminals are using the internet to access confidential data, steal personal information and damage computer...

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Home Life October 16, 2018

End Bullying Now: Why Your Words Matter and How They Effect Change

Julia S., Editor

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Learn more about what bullying looks like, how it affects victims and what actions to take if you are being bullied or witness bullying. Share this page with your friends – together, we can put an end...

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Work Life & Safety October 11, 2018

When the Trauma Takes Hold: Recognizing and Responding to Critical Incident Stress in First Responders

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Front-line emergency personnel experience many types of calls. Most are routine and usually not distressing, but some disturbing calls can be difficult to overcome and cause critical incident stress reactions. Critical incident stress (or traum...

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Military Life October 9, 2018

Veterans: Stay Vigilant About Breast Cancer Awareness

Amanda S., Editor

Service members need to stay vigilant when it comes to their health and well-being since they put themselves in potentially harmful situations every day. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so this is the ideal opportunity to spread the word...

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Security & Preparedness October 2, 2018

Winter Storm Prep: Bracing for the Icy Road Ahead

Maggie K., Senior Editor

The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder and the jackets are getting warmer. Summer is officially over – and winter will soon creep its chilly, snowy head into our daily lives. Nearly all Americans, regardless of where they live...

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Security & Preparedness September 25, 2018

Designing Your Family Disaster Plan: Is Your Household Prepared?

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Life is unpredictable – so families should always be prepared for any situation that might be thrown their way. Because preparation is key to survival during any major threat, one crucial focus for every family should be effective disaster plannin...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life September 20, 2018

Drug Addiction Hurts Families: Where to Turn if Your Mom or Dad Is Using Drugs

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Drug addiction puts a lot of stress on parents, brothers and sisters, grandparents – anyone who is part of the home. When family members take drugs: You can’t count on them to do what they say they will do. They may forget or get distracte...

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