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Understanding the Risks of Asbestos and Lead at Home

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Asbestos and lead are some of the most hazardous substances to human health. A presence of these materials in the home can lead to health problems over time with regular exposure. Identifying these environmental risks is the first step to remediating a potentially serious problem. Both asbestos and lead based paint are found in older…

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Late Summer Tornadoes: Tips for Ongoing Preparation

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

As summer proceeds into its final month, the Midwestern U.S. is still experiencing tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. Tornado season often extends into early fall as temperatures continue to fluctuate rapidly and cold and warm air intermingle across open expanses of land. Continuing to prepare for tornadoes and remaining aware of the potential risks from these…

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Preparing Your Home for Cold Weather

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Cold weather hasn’t officially hit, but the seasons are soon to be in transition. As summer begins to cede to fall, now is the time to begin evaluating your home for cold weather preparation. Getting the inside and outside of your home in condition to handle lower temperatures and seasonal storms is an important part…

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Disaster Recovery with Google Person Finder

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Google has launched a new web application to help people search for friends and relatives affected by a disaster. A disaster is a chaotic and stressful time and finding the whereabouts and status of loved ones is a significant contribution to the stress of this time. The app itself is an open source tool that…

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Preparing for Less Common Disasters

Monday, August 11th, 2014

In most regions, certain types of disasters are more common than others. Disaster preparation, therefore, naturally focuses around these types of storms and weather events. For a more complete disaster preparation, however, it is important to think about less common regional disasters or disasters that could occur anywhere but are improbable. Events like disease outbreaks,…

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