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These home safety tips will help you keep your family safe during storms, prevent home fires and show you how to work alone safely.

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How and Where to Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector

Carbon monoxide detectors are an essential part of keeping you and your family safe in a home or apartment. Learn how and where to install carbon monoxide detectors correctly to make sure you stay safe.

Fire Blocking Basics: What Every Homeowner Needs to Know

Holes and gaps in wall and ceiling cavities allow a fire to spread rapidly. They also allow airflow, which feeds...


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Fact or Fiction: Is Cheese the Best Bait for Mice?

It may seem natural to bait mouse traps with cheese, but experts say you'll have better luck luring your resident...


Identifying Bug Bites: How to Figure Out What Bit You

What are all those mysterious red itchy spots that turn up in summer? We asked dermatologists for a guide on...


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How to Make 3 Different DIY No-Sew Face Masks

Looking for an easy way to make a mask without breaking out the sewing machine? All you need is a...

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How to Safely Remove Disposable Gloves, According to the CDC

Who knew there was a right and wrong way to remove disposable gloves? Follow these steps to maintain a protective...


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How to Make a DIY Face Mask

Keep yourself and others safe and healthy by wearing this DIY face mask.

10 Secret Kitchen Ingredients That Can Help Your Garden Grow

These common kitchen pantry ingredients will bring new life and color to your garden.


Chain Saw Safety

Do it the right way and prevent chainsaw injuries and chainsaw cuts


LED Safety Lighting

New brighter LEDs protect you from potential burns and fire


Ladder Stabilizers

Work faster and smarter—and feel 10 times safer!

Tips and Techniques for Safe Extension Ladder Setup and Use

Tips and Techniques for Safe Extension Ladder Setup and Use


How to Work with Scaffolding Safely

How to rent, setup and use scaffolding when you have to work on your roof, siding or chimney.


How to Properly Use a Roof Safety Harness

Be safe—use roof brackets, a safety harness and commonsense rules