Finally, the vaccines the world's been waiting for are here. But do you know how to stay safe after your COVID-19 vaccination?
There are many myths and misconceptions about post-vaccination practices. Stay informed.
Even if you live where stay-at-home orders have been lifted, COVID-19 is still here and so is the winter weather. So, staying indoors is still warranted.
No one needs to remind you that we're still reeling from the ongoing coronavirus wave. But staying safe can be harder in winter with everyone home more.
With so many kids having to do distance learning and so many parents having to work from home - or look for new work - maintaining healthy precautions can be a burden. Add to this the winter weather that forces many to remain indoors for longer periods of time, you have the makings of a stressful next few months.
Christmas means many things to many people, but we can probably all agree that it's a wonderful time of the year, and this is a good year to appreciate it.
With all of the unrest, uncertainty, and unease caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the tensions of the political campaigns, and the economic distress, Christmas can provide a brief season of normalcy.
For most people, the holidays stretch from Halloween till the morning of New Year's Day. That's nine wonderful weeks. And staying safe makes them even better.
No one wants to be a victim of a theft, of an avoidable illness or injury, or simply an inconvenient accident, especially during the holidays.
Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful and to give thanks. But it's also a time to enjoy family and friends.
Whether you make it an intimate affair with just a few guests, something that many people are likely to do this year, or something more grand, it is a time to enjoy good company and to reflect.
One of the most anticipated holidays of the year, Labor Day Weekend is upon us and it's going to be different for many of us, thanks to the coronavirus.
Almost half a year after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, regular safety precautions are still needed for most activities, including junk hauling.
Fortunately, with the proper equipment and protocols, even junk removal and hauling can be carried out safely and without risk.
Summer has arrived, and it's not the summer we expected.
Summer enjoys the reputation of being the season affiliated with freedom; schools are closed, outdoor activities from boating to baseball get encouraged, and Fourth of July celebrations light up the skies. But with safety measures being employed to combat COVID-19, many of those traditional summer activities have either been altered or eliminated.