In a normal year, you might be counting down the days until your summer vacation. But this is no normal year. That said, you might still be trying to decide whether it’s worth it to head out of town for some much-needed R&R. And if you have to travel for work or other reasons, you… Continue Reading ›

As you prep for Independence Day and a full day of celebrations, you’ve probably got plenty on your safety checklist already. From fireworks to water woes, there are lots of summertime dangers just itching to be invited to the picnic. Some, like mosquitoes, show up without an invitation no matter how many citronella candles you… Continue Reading ›

You want the best for your senior friends and family members. And that means loving attention and thorough care. Unfortunately, elder abuse is a common concern in long-term care settings and among family members.  Knowing about elder abuse — its signs, symptoms and solutions — could help you protect the people you love.  Here’s what… Continue Reading ›

Working from home more often these days? You’re not alone (even if it feels that way sometimes). Remote work has become increasingly popular. Long before a pandemic made virtual work a necessity, plenty of modern professionals traded in long commutes and cubicles for a cozy home office experience. Over the last 20 years, the rate… Continue Reading ›

Swimming pools are a summer staple — and for good reason. A dip in the pool offers a refreshing way to cool off and stay physically active. In the midst of summertime play, though, you have to balance fun and safety. Keeping a level head and treating the water with respect is essential for swimmers… Continue Reading ›

The kickoff to summer grilling season might look a little different this year thanks to the pandemic. But that doesn’t mean you have to forgo your cookouts altogether. You can still fire up the grill for your own family or a small gathering. Just keep social distancing and other precautions in mind. And if you’re… Continue Reading ›