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Skipping the Sweets

Sugar Awareness Week

For Sugar Awareness Week, we’re helping you learn about sugar and make healthy sugar choices.

Do you know which of your foods have added sugar in them? There are some you might not realize!

Hidden Sugar Awareness

 

Make sense of added sugar in processed foods to make better choices.

Do you have a problem with sugar? Take the quiz and find out!

Your Sugar IQ

 

Experts are warning people about the dangers of sugars, but how much is too much?

Balancing Sugar in Your Diet

 

Kicking the habit of too much sugar in your diet can be difficult. What can you do to cut back?

Making Smart Sugar Choices

 

Take the Sugar Awareness Challenge and test how dependent on sugar you are.

It doesn’t have to be all or nothing. Start cutting back on sugar with these easy tips.

Cutting Back Sugar without the Sacrifice
Happy, Healthy Babies for Baby Safety Month

Baby Safety Month

This week, we went over helpful tips for Baby Safety Month.

Make sure you know how to install your baby’s car seat before big road trips.

Sign up to make sure you get important recall info that will help keep your baby safe.

 

Babies grow so fast that it can be hard to get them the right thing for their age. This can help:

 

Some hazards aren’t things that jump to mind. Play the Hidden Hazards Game to help know if your baby’s safe.

Protecting Babies From the Unseen Hazard

 

Make sure you’re using strollers safely with these handy tips:

 

Looking for products that keep your kids safe and make your life easier? These can help!

Protecting the Ones You Love

 

Get great safety tips, stay up to date on recalls, build a safe nursery, and more all year at Baby Safety Zone.

Building in Safety for Your Baby
Safety First for National Safety Month

National Safety Month 2016

It’s National Safety Month, and we have some topics and tips to help you stay safe! Learn more now.

When Seconds Matter, Will You Be Ready?

Keep emergency numbers nearby
Always watch children around water
Become certified in First Aid and CPR
Preparing today can make a difference tomorrow
Safeguard Your Health

Be aware of medication interactions
Keep medicine up and away from children
Ask about alternatives to opioid painkillers
Reach for safer medicine
Watch Out for Dangers

Secure your furniture to avoid tip-overs
Fall-proof the bathrooms of older adults
Pay attention to where you are walking
Being safe means being alert - all the time
Make Good Choices While Driving

Practice driving with teens, even after they get a license
As you age, learn how health conditions affect your driving
Focus on road instead of distractions
The roads belong to us all: Let's make safe choices

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