Get Ready For National Park & Recreation Month

Celebrated during July each year, Park and Recreation Month serves as an opportunity for people to rediscover outdoor spaces and the benefits of staying fit and active. Let’s keep it going all year round! The following facts and statistics help to explain why this day is so important: read more

Stay Safe In The Sun This Summer

Memorial Day: Tips For A Safe Holiday Weekend!

Memorial Day is a time for remembrance and honor of those who have sacrificed their lives for our country. It's also the unofficial start of summer and a time for family and friends to gather and celebrate. As we gear up to enjoy it, it's important to keep safety in mind, especially when it comes to our children. read more

Childproof Your World: Preparing For National Safety Month

Make Bike To School Day Last All Year Long

Bike to School Day is an annual event that happens every May in over 40 countries, where children are encouraged to bike, skate, or walk to school instead of using transportation that burns fossil fuels such as cars and buses. The event aims to promote regular exercise, reduce traffic congestion, promote environmental sustainability, and increase community involvement. read more

Think Safety This Summer

For so many of us, warmer weather means more outdoor fun: swimming, bike riding, hiking, barbecues with friends and family . . . and yet the Emergency Department at the Children’s Hospital of Colorado calls the summer season “trauma season.”  During one three-year period, Safe Kids Worldwide found that 60% of unintentional injury-related deaths to children occurred from May to August.   read more

Get Ready For National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6 to May 12 and it is a time to recognize the contributions and achievements of nurses around the world. We understand nurses play a critical role in our healthcare system by providing high-quality care to patients and saving lives every day. read more

National Dog Bite Prevention Week

National Dog Bite Prevention Week is an annual event that aims to raise awareness about the prevalence of dog bites and promote safety measures that can prevent them from occurring. This year, it will be held next week from April 11th to 17th. Here are some facts to consider! read more

Concussions In Youth Sports

Did you know that there are more than 5.3 million individuals in the United States who are living with a permanent brain injury-related disability? That’s one in every 60 people! As we continue to recognize Brain Injury Awareness Month, we want to talk a little today about concussions in youth sports. read more

Why We Love Bicycle Helmets!

While many of us focus year-round on Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety, we specifically want to draw your attention to National Bicycle Safety Month in May. read more

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