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Keeping Student Athletes Safe

7 Tips to Help Keep Student Athletes Safe Your household may be one of the millions this fall in which student athletes are dreaming of victory on their school playing fields. Of course, we here at Advanced Insurance...

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Protect your pet this summer with these hot-weather safety tips

In July 2016, he was a neglected 7-week-old puppy clinging to life. He was severely underweight, dehydrated, and had open wounds infected by maggots. His rescuer described him as “like a scabby little alien,” too weak...

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That rotten egg smell could be a sign of a natural gas leak in your home

In July 2017, a natural gas explosion in Manor Township, Lancaster County, killed a UGI worker, injured three other people, and destroyed a home. Four other nearby homes had to be condemned. “I just saw pieces of...

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Steer Clear Law: slow down and move over in emergency response areas

The law went into effect in 2006 and was toughened in 2017. On a Sunday night in December 2017, a police officer was standing outside of his cruiser on Route 202 in Chester County, Pa., writing a traffic citation....

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It’s child’s play, but adults have primary role when it comes to toy safety

In the holiday movie classic “A Christmas Story,” 9-year-old Ralphie Parker has one thing on his wish list: A Red Ryder BB gun. But his mother, his teacher and even Santa reject the notion, telling Ralphie, “You’ll...

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Making a case for stockpiling drinking water

Water, water, every where,/Nor any drop of drink That's a line from a 220-year-old poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge called "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." In it, a sailor is surrounded by salt water that he can't...

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Soaking up our Guide to Summer Safety

Summer means fun and sun, but that doesn't mean that we can throw caution to the warm breeze. Some of our favorite summer activities also come with significant safety or health risks, especially to children. We can...

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Lawn mowing is not child's play: 12 safety tips

Just like morning dew and fireflies at night, the whirring of lawn mower blades is a staple of summer (not to mention much of spring and fall). We love our manicured lawns and take great pride in maintaining them....

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Pedestrians 14 percent of motor vehicle crash deaths: safety tips for walkers and drivers alike

The next time you go to the movies, think about how you got there. You probably drove. On your way, you may have witnessed someone crossing a street, jogging, or even walking to the same cinema. As you settle into...

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5 reasons to mark National Immunization Awareness Month by getting recommended vaccinations

In spring 2014, the Lower Dauphin and Derry Township school districts each reported cases of pertussis, aka whooping cough. The disease, which a century ago killed 5,000 people each year, has made a comeback across...

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7 safety tips for bicyclists

You've probably heard the expression, "It's just like riding a bike," suggesting that once you've learned something, you never forget it. But when it comes to bicycle safety, it's never a bad idea to take a refresher...

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