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Things I Want to Know Before I Become a Parent

Posted by Sami Leonis on Jan 8, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Becoming a parent can be an entirely overwhelming transformation.  Most expecting parents spend so much time reading books, reading blogs, and seeking tips from others on what to expect and how best to be prepared for their new bundle of joy.  With so much information out in the world on how to prepare, it is easy to become overwhelmed and stressed out about all of the different tips for preparation.  We have come up with the three most important things that we think would most benefit an expecting family.

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Signs of Drowning: How to Know When Help is Needed

Posted by premierhealthandsafety on Aug 21, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Many people think they know what drowning looks like, but the signs of drowning are actually more subtle than you might realize. Knowing the signs of active drowning is extremely important, because it can happen quickly and quietly; even the most experienced swimmers can be at risk. If you witness the following symptoms in someone, they may be drowning and you may need to take action:

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Recognizing a Water Emergency

Posted by Dan Berzansky on Sep 21, 2018 4:06:56 PM

Water emergencies can happen at anytime. Even experienced swimmers are at risk in and around water, and those who are not strong swimmers are at an even greater risk. The keys to minimizing the chances of these emergencies are to remain alert at all times and to be able to recognize the situation before it is too late.

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