• 00:09

    Online Dating Safety Tips - EntrepreneursMatch.com

    in Romance

    Your Online Dating Minutes....

    Carla B. shares online dating safety tips to help you make your dating experience safe, fun, and comfortable

    Check out the ONLY dating site catering to Entrepreneurs - Entrepreneurs Match.

    Follow Carla B. on Twitter @eotmpr - Tweet #GuysASKGirls

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  • 00:31

    Halloween Fun and Safety Tips for Pets

    in Pets

    It's the last Saturday before Halloween!  In this episode, J and D discuss safety tips to ensure that both you and your pet have a fun and safe Trick or Treat holiday.  Do you know what to look for in an ideal costume for your pet?  Are you aware of what items could present a danger to your pet during this time?  And what about constantly ringing doorbells and noisy children?  What's the best way to shield your pet from such annoyances?  Halloween can be a fun holiday for all family members (the furry and the "not so furry"), by utilizing just a few safety tips.  So be prepared by joining us for this pre-Halloween episode of The Missy Show.  You won't want to miss it--Saturday, October 25th at 5pm Central

  • Safety Tips For Our Seniors

    in Caregiving

    Albert DeSilver, owner of Visiting Angels homecare in the Bay Area, discusses important safety tips in keeping seniors safe, especially during hot summer days when seniors are more prone to heat stroke and heat-related stress.

  • Safety Tips For Our Seniors

    in Caregiving

    Albert DeSilver, owner of Visiting Angels homecare in the Bay Area, discusses important safety tips in keeping seniors safe, especially during hot summer days when seniors are more prone to heat stroke and heat-related stress.

  • 00:31

    Holiday & Travel Safety Tips

    in Lifestyle

    Charley & Tracy Vega, founders of Simple Self Defense for Women, rejoin us to discuss safety tips for holiday travelers as well as safety while shopping, leaving your home and other great tips and advice to help you stay safe during the holidays and all year around!

  • 00:53

    Safety Tips For Teen Drivers 11/29 at 2:30pst

    in Radio

    The relationship between age and driving behavior has interested highway safety researchers and administrators for many years. It is generally acknowledged that the greatest risk of traffic crashes is among teenage drivers. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers across the United States. For both men and women, drivers aged 16 to 19 years of age have the highest average annual crash and traffic violation rates of any other age group. Click on the following links to get various nationwide crash statistics for teenage drivers from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


  • 00:33

    Al Horner: Safety Tips For Women

    in Lifestyle

    Al Horner is a former Navy SEAL who has enjoyed many successful years in corporate America as an international and commercial banker and President/owner of several companies. Al is the founder and owner of Not Me! which teaches the vital skills necessary to avoid/prevent assaults and simple techniques that allow anyone, regardless of strength or fitness level, to escape from an attacker.

    Since its inception, Not Me! has grown to be a wildly popular training program reaching schools, companies and private groups. The program’s valuable information has helped prevent pain and save lives, playing an essential role in fighting violent crime. You can follow Not Me! on Twitter (@NotMeTraining) or on Facebook or find out more information on his website at www.NotMe.com.

  • 00:30

    Holiday Pet Safety Tips (The Holly Jolly Safety Episode)

    in Pets

    So it's that time of year again?  Eggnog.  Christmas trees.  Decorations.  Holiday Cheer.  Family.  Friends.  Pets.  Strands of lights.  Wait--pets and lights might not be such a good combination. The holiday season is a joyous time of year, but there could be potential hidden hazards that can arise for your furry family members (think the choking hazard posed by light strands).   In this episode of The Missy Show, we examine some ways to keep your pets safe and still be able to enjoy all your traditions and festivities.  Join us Saturday, December 6th at 5pm Central.

  • 00:28

    Dad's Health Risks? | Car Safety Tips

    in Health

    June is National Safety Month. The Dad will learn about 7 car safety tips to implement right away.
    And, it's also National Men’s Health Week (6/10-6/16/2013), leading up to Father's Day this coming Sunday. Learn the top 7 things you should be doing with your health today, dads!
    About Your Host:
    Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP

  • 00:17

    Halloween Stories and Safety Tips

    in Entertainment

    Come Halloween we'll see witches on brooms, witches stirring brew, pumpkins walking, candles burning, headless horsemen, candles walking, ghost running, graveyards, black cats, snakes, lizards, foggy settings, and zombies.
    Halloween is a time for scary, fun, and the wildness of the holiday can be confusing for younger children. So be sure young children are escorted for any outside activities day time and nighttime.
    Neighborhoods will have children everywhere. In parks, streets, driveways, sidewalks, in trees, behind cars, on bicycles. Be very careful. Adults be very watchful.
    Drivers, be alert to people dressed in dark costumes. Many times  costumes may not provide adequate eyesight. So never assume the trick or treater seek you and your vehicle.
    Drive expecting a person likely will dart out either at a cross walk, or in middle of a block.
    Adults after five Halloween parties will be occurring. Although the wise will not have alcholic drinks there is no way to recognize the wise from the foolish drinker. Look out for all drivers. Drivers look out for all pedestrians. Make this a safe Halloween.
    ABC to Air Halloween Classic, It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.
    Halloween stories from Childcraft, The How and Why Library.  
    Data from the USDOT shows that fatal collisions between motor vehicles and young pedestrians (under 15 years or age) happen most frequently between 4pm and 8pm, which is the prime trick-or-treating time. Be safe
    Have a Happy Halloween!!!

  • 01:01

    Children Safety Tips

    in Education

    We will go over some safety tips for children heading back to school.  Do you have a update picture of your child.
    Join us.

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