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Halloween Safety Tips for Colorado Teens

By reeseforbands | October 21, 2016

Halloween is supposed to be spooky for kids, but some parents of teenagers might be equally scared of the looming holiday. A study by Safe Kids Worldwide found that only one-third of parents talk to their kids annually about Halloween, although three-quarters have fears about Halloween safety. Groups of teens are known for getting into…

Safe Family Fall Activities in Colorado

By reeseforbands | October 13, 2016

Another year has almost come to an end, meaning that we’ve made it through the dreadful, sweaty summer months. The leaves are changing, the school year is in full swing, and the weather is finally getting cooler. November in Colorado is a great time to take advantage of the crisp fall air, bundle up with…

This Football Season, Protect Your Kids with Safe Helmets

By reeseforbands | October 5, 2016

Football season has already kicked off. Whether you scream at the TV for your Denver Broncos on Sundays, or cheer on the sidelines of your child’s football games, it’s easy to get emotionally invested in one of America’s favorite sports. Football has become as much of a fall tradition as pumpkin spice. However, it’s no…

Hike Safely In Colorado This Fall

By reeseforbands | September 30, 2016

As summer comes to a close and the leaves start changing colors, the holiday season is almost upon us—but hiking season isn’t over. Don’t forget about all of the great hiking trails Colorado has to offer—not just during the summer, but during all seasons. Hiking is a perfect way to exercise while spending time with…

Walk This Way: Pedestrian Safety in Denver

By reeseforbands | September 15, 2016

Denver is one of the most walkable cities in the country, with very accessible public transportation like light rails and busses. Walkability, or the measurement of how easy it is for residents to walk to grocery stores, restaurants, etc., can have huge effects on health. People who live in walkable neighborhoods typically weigh about eight…

Back-to-School Safety for Your Little Ones

By Kyle Bachus | August 23, 2016

Summer has come to an end and that means the kids are soon heading back to school. Every parent knows the feeling of sending their little ones to school, only to worry about whether they are healthy, happy and coping well. Here are five ways to take the worry out of being a school parent…

Why Risk Your Life for a Few Jigglypuffs?

By Kyle Bachus | August 3, 2016

You’ve no doubt heard of Pokémon Go, Niantic’s augmented reality game that enables users to walk around catching rare “Pocket Monsters.” Since its release on July 6, the game has branched out to 26 countries and claimed the title of biggest mobile game in US history. You’ve probably encountered Pokémon Go players in Colorado—odds are,…

How to protect yourself from a dangerous slip and fall accident

By Kyle Bachus | July 14, 2016

Many of us will hit the road this summer for family vacation fun, visiting area hotels and restaurants along the way. Unfortunately, these destinations are ripe for slip and fall accidents. According to the National Safety Council, approximately 25,000 people a day are victims of slip and fall accidents, accounting for over 8 million hospital…

How to avoid whitewater injuries this season

By Kyle Bachus | July 6, 2016

Colorado is well known for its outdoor recreation activities, and one of the most popular this season is whitewater rafting. Each year whitewater rafting is enjoyed by nearly half a million people in our state, contributing an economic impact of more than $160 million. But with this excitement often comes danger, and rafting injuries and…

Texting and driving? Watch out for the Textalyzer!

By Kyle Bachus | June 24, 2016

Distracted driving due to cellphone use is reaching troubling levels, despite more states banning texting by drivers, Colorado among them. According to the latest figures from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2014, 32,675 Americans died in traffic crashes, and in 94 percent of these crashes, the driver was the cause of…

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