Hurricane Irma Complete Safety and Survival Guide

Hurricane Irma is pounding its way through the Atlantic Ocean, charging toward the State of Florida. Its plans for Category 5 or Category 4 landfall is forecasted to bring the most dangerous winds, rain, and storm surge Florida has seen in decades. Yet despite over 6 million mandatory evacuations, some residents are staying. This guide details what to do before, during, and after a hurricane to ensure you stay alive and keep your property intact.

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Toxic Waste and Mold in the Wake of a Hurricane

Hurricanes can bring elusive and dangerous aftereffects like mold and the possible toxic waste in the water supply following Hurricane Harvey. But what should residents returning to their homes do? Learn the minor to major medical problems that could develop unless you follow these removal and safety steps.

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Hurricane Harvey Complete Safety and Survival Guide

As Hurricane Harvey brews over the Gulf of Mexico, collecting moisture and strength, experts warn those along the Gulf Coast of dangerous winds and more rainfall than has been seen in generations. The Category 3 hurricane behemoth could dump over 30 inches of flooding. Despite evacuation orders, many tough residents are staying put. This is your must-have guide for safely riding out Hurricane Harvey.

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5 Worst Fireworks Injuries and First Aid for Them

The Fourth of July is a time to enjoy being around family, friends, and of course, fireworks. The last thing you want is to start an annual Independence Day ambulance ride! Avoid the most common fireworks injuries this year, by learning your lessons from the mistakes others have already made. Warning: some images, graphic.

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