Daylight Saving Time = Replace Batteries in Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Daylight Saving Time = Replace Batteries in Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms
There are more than 366,000 home fires every year and more than 2,300 people die in them, according to CPSC's latest Residential Fire Loss Estimates report. If you do have smoke alarms, … They should be tested once a month to make sure they are …
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These 62 agencies benefitted from Season to Share in 2013-14
Comprehensive services focus on disease prevention and health maintenance, including immunizations, hearing/vision and developmental screenings and maternal health services. … Students' pre-test scores determine placement in either a pre-bridge or …
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