In the Auto Safety Series, we're going to be blogging about all things safety. In this post, we're looking at some new, innovative car safety devices that can truly make a difference in increasing safety in your automobile!
In this installment of the Winter Series, we'll take a look at everyone's favorite winter activity - snow shoveling. In all seriousness, shoveling snow can be a dangerous activity if the proper safety precautions aren't taken.
In this installment of our Winter Series, we're taking a look at ways to prevent injury on the slopes - either skiing or snowboarding!
In this installment of our Winter Safety Series, we're taking a look at some tips and tricks to stay safe while on vacation. No one wants to deal with an injury or health concern on the family vacation so following these steps is the best bet towards that R&R-filled vacation you've so desparately needed.
It's freezing out there in New York City and for many of you, that means ski and snowboarding season! After a dryer than normal 2011/2012, ski resorts are prepping for a snowy winter. Here's 4 COOL tips for COLD weather activities!
In the previous part of our Health Series, we looked at tips on how to battle addictions. In this part of the series, we'll look at 3 tips for recovering addicts to stay sober.
In the last part of our Heath Series, we looked at using Yoga as a means to reduce stress. In this next part of our series, we're going to look at ways to fight addictions of all types!
The New Year is here, and with it comes resolutions, goals, and expectations that need to be met. To some, the holiday season is a relaxation period and the new year means a renewed level of stress. We've already covered the dangers of stress in this blog before, whether it contributes to stress on the road, at the workplace, or just doing everyday activities. Doing Yoga can actively release that stress and here's four reasons why:
Snow in your forecast? If not now, it is probably coming. It's Winter in New York City and for drivers, that means battling the snow for driving, parking, and pretty much anything else involving your car.
In this month's issue of The Safety Report, there's a piece that details the dangers of signing papers, agreements, and forms without fully understanding the rammifications of what you're signing. A new trend that's becoming increasingly common in these forms is to include, or force, arbitration. Arbitration limits what you can and cannot find recourse for in a courtroom. In many cases, arbitration agreements will prevent a consumer from using the legal system to solve a problem.