The deal DirecTV signed in March was for four years

February 25th, 2009 | Filed under: Workplace Safety | No Comments »

a billion dollars per year. Sounds like DirecTV can’t survive without the NFL, and that should have given Apple leverage at the bargaining table. Apple has billions in cash they could have tapped for a deal.

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Food & Nutrition: Why USA is Fat! America Diet Facts, Nutrition by Natalie

February 10th, 2009 | Filed under: Food & Nutrition | 6 Comments »

“Nutrition by Natalie” is a series of great videos by Natalie Bulter, RD, on YouTube that can really help you understand how food impacts your life. It’s presented in bite-sized bits and in an easy to understand format. We will be featuring these videos, and others like it, here at HomeSafe in the Food & Nutrition category.

If you want to watch more of Nutrition by Natalie, you can visit her website or check out the other videos available on her channel.

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Food & Nutrition: What You Eat Effects How Well You Live

February 10th, 2009 | Filed under: Food & Nutrition | No Comments »

While we are planning the re-launch of HomeSafe.com and the HomeSafe Blog - we are discussing the connection of nutrition and standard of living, which is directly related to your own quality of life and the quality of life for members of your family living in your home.

We are adding a category of information to the site called “Food & Nutrition”. We will rely heavily on resources already available on the internet, reviewing and collecting the best, most direct, and easiest to understand nutrion information and advice we can find.

You can view everything in the Food & Nutrition category here.


How to avoid carbon-monoxide poisoning

February 5th, 2009 | Filed under: Carbon Monoxide, Chimneys, Fireplaces & Woodstoves, Furnaces, Poisoning | 1 Comment »

Some timely safety advice from Consumer Reports:

Last week’s hospitalization of more than a dozen children in Dallas and the recent deaths of seven Kentucky residents illustrate the real dangers of carbon monoxide.

Keep your family safe with the safety measures below as well as this advice.

Read the rest and see the safety video.


Consumer Reports Risk Survey: 48% of Americans Don’t Have Carbon-Monoxide Detectors

February 5th, 2009 | Filed under: Carbon Monoxide, Energy Efficiency, Food & Nutrition, Home Projects, Slip-and-Fall | No Comments »

YONKERS, N.Y., Feb. 2 — PRNewswire-USNewswire – Some 48 percent of Americans don’t have a carbon-monoxide detector at home, 24 percent sometimes fail to fasten a seatbelt, and 39 percent often eat raw dough when making cookies, according to a nationally representative poll of 1,000 Americans conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.

This is the second part of a two-part series that looks at risky behavior. The first half was published in the February 2009 issue of Consumer Reports.

The poll reveals what behaviors Americans do which they probably shouldn’t including: occasionally using the top step of a ladder (31 percent), sometimes having a beer while using a power tool or mower (13 percent), and letting their kids play on a trampoline (43 percent).

Also, the survey shows what behaviors Americans don’t do that they probably should including: having a rubber mat in the tub or shower (61 percent don’t), changing batteries in smoke alarms yearly (21 percent don’t), and eating burgers only well done (32 percent don’t).

The full report on how often Americans take risks is available in the March 2009 issue of Consumer Reports, on saleFebruary 3 and online at www.ConsumerReports.org.

The results are revealing because these behaviors can cause real harm, according to safety experts at Consumer Reports and elsewhere.

  • According to the National Highway Traffic Administration, safety belts saved 15,147 lives in 2007.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that carbon-monoxide poisoning claims almost 500 lives in the U.S. each year.
  • The CDC notes that a common cause of food-borne salmonella infections is under-cooked or raw eggs, often found in cookie dough. Salmonellosis causes an estimated 1.4 million cases of foodborne illness and more than 500 deaths annually in the United States.
  • Based on Consumer Reports’ analysis of Consumer Product Safety Commission data, more than 105,000 hospital-treated injuries in the U.S. in 2007 were linked to trampolines.

The poll revealed men were slightly more likely than women to let children play on a trampoline, and women were more apt to eat burgers well done, fasten their safety belt religiously, and clean lint from the dryer after each use. Respondents ages 18 to 35 were more likely than older folks to eat raw cookie dough; those 55 and older were more likely to have a rubber mat in the tub or shower.

The Consumer Reports National Research Center conducted a random-digit-dialing telephone survey of a nationally representative probability sample of telephone households. In all, 1,000 interviews were completed among adults aged 18+. Interviews took place in October 2008. The margin of error is +/- 3% points at a confidence level of 95 percent.

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