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Mantenerse Caliente Mantenerse Seguro

Chelsea , keep it warm and safe, Think Safety First When Heating your Home this Winter, Yahya Noor

¡Piense en la seguridad primero al calendar su hogar este invierno!

La calefacción es la segunda causa de incendios domésticos en Massachusetts causando más
de 8,518 fuegos durante los últimos cinco años. Utilice de manera prudente y responsable su
sistema de calefacción hogareña y calentadores portátiles. Esa es la forma para. . . Mantenerse
Caliente – Mantenerse Seguro.

Repase El Abc Para No Tener Incendios Y Estar Seguro

Think Safety First When Heating your Home this Winter

Chelsea , keep it warm and safe, Think Safety First When Heating your Home this Winter, Yahya Noor

Heating caused 8,518 fires over the past five years and is the number two

cause of home fires in Massachusetts. Use your home heating system and

space heating appliances wisely and responsibly. That’s the way to

Keep Warm and Keep Safe.

The ABCs of Fire Safety

• Make sure there are working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms on every

level including one outside the bedrooms.

• Test smoke and carbon monoxide alarms monthly and change batteries twice a

year, when you change the clocks.

Entre en calor con estos consejos de seguridad para el invierno

Warm Up to These Winter Safety Tips
Fuente: https://onsafety.cpsc.gov

Las actividades durante el invierno, ya sean al aire libre en las pistas de esquí o adentro junto al fuego, son formas divertidas de disfrutar la estación. Lamentablemente, las familias con frecuencia pasan por alto algunos peligros invernales que todos los años mandan a miles de personas a la sala de emergencias. Aquí hay algunos consejos de seguridad para el invierno:

Calefactores – Deles espacio

How Much Exercise is Too Much?

OurChelseaMA, Chelsea, 02150 How Much Exercise is Too Much?

Source:  Health & Wellness

The gospel of cardiovascular health has been the same for decades: an active lifestyle helps prevent heart disease. Moderate exercise, such as brisk walking, gives the cardiovascular system a real boost, with benefits that max out at about 150 minutes per week. Beyond that, however, the picture has started to become more complicated.

A string of recent studies raises the possibility that very intense workout routines may in fact cause long-term damage to the heart.

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