Month: September 2016
The Grim Truth Behind Texas Traffic Deaths and Update on #EndTheStreak
Texas hasn’t seen a day without a traffic death in more than 15 years. In fact, on average, someone is killed every two and a half hours and injured every two minutes on Texas’ roads. As a statewide initiative to reduce these chilling figures, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) began the #EndTheStreak campaign, which Read More
Five of the Worst Product Recalls in History
Whether preventive or in response to tragic events, product recalls have long-term effects on manufacturers, retailers, and consumers. Much more than a simple collection of imperfect and unsafe goods, recalls can impact confidence and sales for years to come.
How to Store Important Health Information for First Responders
You never know when an emergency will strike. That’s why it’s important to be able to provide emergency responders with important medical and health information even if you are not able to directly communicate with them. Readily available medical information will help first responders make informed decisions about your care. This will also give a Read More