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When the mercury rises, there are a number of ways you can keep your home cool without having to turn on the air conditioning.
6 Ways To Stay Cool Without Using A/C
This suggestions can help keep your home cool in the summer without having to fire up the air conditioner.
Every 44 seconds, a car is stolen somewhere in the United States, according to NHTSA figures.
How To Steer Clear of Car Theft This Summer
July and August are the peak times of year for automotive theft in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
A lightning strike produces enough energy to power a 1,000-watt light bulb.
Lightning: A 'Strikingly' Dangerous Occurrence
Seven people have been killed by lightning this year, according to the National Weather Service.
Most workers say they don't take issue with paying a little something to provide for office party necessities, based on a new poll.
Most Workers 'A-OK' With Chipping In For Office Parties
Provided it's every once in awhile and not all the time, a majority of employees have no problem with being asked to contribute to pay for staff celebrations, according to an OfficeTeam poll.
More than 3.7 million people were cited last year for running through a red light, according to a new traffic safety report.
Red-Light Running Peaks In the Summertime
More than 3.7 million drivers ran a red light last year, many of them happening during the summer holidays, according to a new report from the National Coalition for Safer Roads.
Storm surge can produce towering waves, putting coastal properties in jeopardy.
Report: Storm Surge Threatens 6.6 Million Homes This Year
More than 6.6 million homes are at risk of being inundated by storm surge this hurricane season, according to a new estimate from CoreLogic.
Flying golf balls are among the accidents that lead to injuries on the golf course.
Fore! How Golfing Injuries Can Put Your Business 'Off Course'
More than 40,000 people each year in the United States are admitted to the hospital for golf-related injuries.
More than 80% of businesses expects a cyber attack this year, according to a new survey.
Poll: Most Business Owners EXPECT Hack Attempt This Year
More than 80% of companies believe they will be hit by a cyber crime in 2015, according to a newly released survey by ISACA and the RSA Conference.
A recent study out of the University of Philadelphia finds that novice drivers are at a significantly greater crash risk than experienced, mainly because they haven't fully grasped basic driving safety  concepts.
Study: Recently Licensed Teens At Much Higher Crash Risk
A recent study from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia finds that teenagers' greatest crash risk comes three months after getting their licenses.
The average wedding costs over $31,200, according to
Hosting A Wedding? Make Sure You're Properly Covered
With the average wedding costing more than $31,200, it's important to have the right type and amount of insurance in place.
Drivers traveled more than 3 trillion miles in 2014 alone, on the nation's roads, according to new government transportation statistics.
Americans Traveled Over 3 Trillion Miles Last Year, FHWA Says
The degree to which the roads are being used has traffic officials calling for increased investment in the nation's transportation system.
A new poll finds motorists are more frustrated by drivers who text message than runners, bikers and walkers combined.
Americans Peeved By Texters, New Poll Finds
For the second straight year, motorists find texting to be the most exasperating driver behavior, based on a new survey by travel website Expedia.
Gas prices are down from last year, but there are things you can do to pay even less at the pump.
5 Ways To Get More Out Of Your Gas Tank
These fuel consumption tips can help turn your car into a gas sipper, not a gas guzzler.
Don't think insulation is important during the summer? Think again.
Why Insulation Is So Important In The Summer
If your home isn't properly insulated during the warm weather season, expect to spend more on your utility bill over the summer. 
Beware of heat exhaustion this summer when temperatures climb and you're active outdoors.
Heat Exhaustion: What It Is And How To Treat It
Rapid heartbeat, dizziness and shallow breathing are classic symptoms of heat exhaustion and can lead to heat stroke, which is deadly.
These office safety tips can help ensure no one goes on the disabled list when moving supplies to the new address.
Safety Tips For Moving Your Business
These injury-preventive moving recommendations can help ensure that your workers avoid being hurt in the relocation process.
More than two-thirds of Americans will travel over the summer, according to a recent Harris Poll.
What To Check Before This Summer's Road Trip
If you're taking to the roads this summer for a family vacation, make sure you give your ride a comprehensive pre-trip vehicle exam.
Learning how to swim can make the summer more fun and safe.
More Than Half Of Teens Don't Know Swimming Fundamentals
Over 50% of teenagers aren't able to perform basic swim strokes, according to the American Red Cross.
People continue to text and drive despite the dangers that are linked to the activity.
More Than 1 in 4 Crashes Caused By Cellphones, New Data Reveals
Roughly 27% of automobile accidents stem from cell phones, according to the National Safety Council.
Errors & Omissions insurance pays for court costs, legal fees and reward settlements if you're sued for a failed or unprovided product or service.
What Is Errors & Omissions Insurance?
E&O insurance provides coverage for business owners if customers deem them responsible for an unsatisfactory product or service.
More than 450,000 Ford vehicles are being recalled for safety problems.
Ford Issues Two Safety Recalls
The Ford Motor Co. is recalling approximately 442,500 vehicles for fuel tank and power steering failure problems.
Drenching rains in Texas have forced at least 1,000 people to abandon their homes.
Atlantic Hurricane Season Start Overshadowed By Flooding In Plains
NOAA says it will be a quiet year for hurricanes, but the same can't be said for some of its effects.
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