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It’s still two hours before your child’s Saturday morning game. You’re making breakfast while the kids sleep. Your plan is to make it to the game about 10 minutes before kick-off.

Meanwhile, at the field, the coach has already cut the grass. An assistant is putting down the lines. League officials are checking the weather forecast. The refreshment tent is going up.

08/20/2011 - 11:13
PSR Staff
Backyard pools can provide endless hours of fun and refreshment on hot summer days. Unfortunately, the potential for danger goes along with the fun, and it is up to parents to keep that potential undeveloped.

The sale of single residence pools is on the rise, as more than six million Americans own a pool.

07/10/2011 - 16:06
Diane Acerni
It’s summertime – time for long days at the pool. Here are some tips to keep friends and family safe and happy.

Never leave your children in or around the pool alone

06/09/2011 - 11:43
PSR Staff
There is plenty of summer left for children to run around in the sun and enjoy their days away from school. Nothing would ruin those plans more than an injury that would keep them indoors.

When on a playground, private or public, some of those injuries can be prevented.

06/07/2011 - 20:51
Joe Giardina
When school lets out for summer, most kids’ plans are pretty simple – run around and have a good time. Where better to do that than the local playground? The swings, slides and monkey bars are sure to keep kids active and entertained for hours.

But for as much fun as playgrounds offer, there are a few safety issues that both parents and children should be aware of.

05/31/2011 - 22:43
PSR Staff
Have you noticed how pick-up sporting events always seem to take place at the same one or two neighborhood houses?

You know, the ones with the windowless brick/block house wall, the big flat yard and the ‘homerun’ shrubs.

05/24/2011 - 16:15
PSR Staff
Backyard pools can provide endless hours of fun and refreshment on hot summer days. Unfortunately, the potential for danger goes along with the fun, and it is up to parents to keep that potential undeveloped.

The sale of single residence pools is on the rise, as more than six million Americans own a pool.

04/30/2011 - 11:49
PSR Staff
Children like spending time outdoors in the winter. Whether they are skiing, sledding, ice-skating or just playing in the snow; here are a few tips that will keep children warm, dry and safe.

Dress in layers: Most experts agree that this is the best way to keep a child warm. The air trapped in between the layers is like an extra insulator.

11/30/2010 - 11:46
PSR Staff
When the winter weather hits, it’s easy to hole up in the warm den with the television on or a good book in your hands. While that can be a great way to relax, it’s also important to stay active over the winter months. Practicing simple exercise guidelines during the winter season will help you to maintain energy and remain physically fit.

Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you need to remain indoors. Choosing the correct clothing will allow you to get outdoors, battle the cold and remain fit.

10/07/2010 - 20:08
PSR Staff
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