Most of us are so familiar and comfortable with batteries and our mobile devices we do not realize they can be very dangerous -- to us, our loved ones, our neighbors and our communities.
Eggs are a staple in our diet being used in cooking, Easter fun, and the all-American breakfast.
In fact, each person in the country consumes more than 270 eggs every year meaning hundreds of thousands of egg cartons will either wind up in the trash, find a second use, or be recycled.
Accidental exposure to medications can be a problem in the United States and it’s often in homes with young children, so it’s important to dispose of expired and old medications in the home as they present an unnecessary health risk.
Installing and maintaining working smoke detectors is a simple safeguard residents have against potential tragedy.
Americans turned in more unused prescription drugs at the Annual Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day than on any of the previous events since it began in 2010, demonstrating their understanding of the value of this service.
Have you decided to update your outdated home computer? Bought the latest new smartphone? Transitioned from your CD player to a bluetooth device? Or indulged in that new tablet you purchased for yourself or your children? Because technology is always changing, it seems we are always buying the lastest and greatest electronic gadgets.