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Parkour is not Necessarily the Best Exercise

Parkour is not Necessarily the Best Exercise 3 votes / 5 Stars When you chose an exercise program. make sure you think about the possibility of really screwing it up.  I’ll bet that hurt… +50

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Try to Land Softly

Try to Land Softly 3 votes / 5 Stars   +110

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Always Wear Protective Gear

Always Wear Protective Gear 2 votes / 5 Stars   +20

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Hurrying Causes Accidents; Be Careful

Hurrying Causes Accidents; Be Careful 3 votes / 5 Stars   +120

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Stay Safe in the Cold

Stay Safe in the Cold 3 votes / 5 Stars   +30

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Avoid Slips and Falls

Avoid Slips and Falls 4 votes / 5 Stars +90

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Meteors Becoming Bolder, Getting Closer to Ground

Meteors Becoming Bolder, Getting Closer to Ground 4 votes / 5 Stars The predicted meteor showers this December promise to be a sight to behold, but beware the hidden danger.  Meteors have gotten more and more bold in recent years, with one exploding recently over Russia.  While most meteors are not brave enough to venture into North America, it’s only a matter of time before one of them misses the memo about not encroaching into the safe countries.  Scientists at NASA have pointed out recent trends in meteor showers and have issued warnings about upcoming events.  Dr. Reggie Washburn had this to say. Space can be beautiful, and awe inspiring, but you need to remember that things out there are ...

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Bad Grammar Linked to Silly, Accidental Deaths

Bad Grammar Linked to Silly, Accidental Deaths 4 votes / 5 Stars ACCIDENT, Maryland- A recent study by the Life Insurance Actuarial Research Society in Accident, Maryland has shown a startling link between poor grammar and the type of death and injury that most people find hilarious.  In recently collected insurance industry statistics, most silly deaths and injuries were suffered by people who seldom use punctuation, or confuse ‘to,’ ‘too’ and ‘two.’  Life insurance actuarial scientists have begun to develop a more clear picture of how the new data can be used to adjust premiums, as well as life expectancy charts.  Amanda Slaughter, and actuarial scientist with the society spoke with us about the recent findings. We were not surprised to ...

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College Graduates Eight Times More Likely to Die in Skydiving Accidents

College Graduates Eight Times More Likely to Die in Skydiving Accidents 18 votes / 3.67 Stars Recent statistics point to a disturbing trend in recreational fatalities.  According to the CDC, people with a college education resulting in a bachelor’s degree or higher (excluding Ph.D. postgraduates), are eight times more likely to die in skydiving accidents.  Spokespeople for the agency are baffled by this finding, as they only recently began asking for educational credentials in death reports. While this information is accurate, the cause remains under investigation.  We here at IS fully intend to follow up with any new information we find, but our immediate recommendation is as follows. If you have a degree up to and including a master’s degree, ...

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Legislation Should Always Have Safety In Mind

Legislation Should Always Have Safety In Mind 3 votes / 5 Stars Let’s face it.  Our legislators are generally unsafe people.  As such, they tend to pass unsafe legislation.  For instance, of the 30 bills recently before the 114th Congress, only eight of them even contain the word safety.  We here at IS feel that nearly every bill could stand to have more safety in it.  There is a bill under consideration titled: H.R.3192 – Homebuyers Assistance Act.  Don’t you think that part of the assistance these homebuyers could use is perhaps making their homes safer than they were? If we convince Congress that safety is important, they’ll take it seriously, and then it will be important.  Think about a society ...

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