It seems like splash pads are becoming super-popular — so are they really as safe as they seem? Here’s a look at the pros and cons.
How can you tell the difference between first, second and third-degree burns? Here’s a quick look at the symptoms that may be experienced, and typical treatments when the heat gets close enough to hurt.
How can you find out if your car’s tires need to be replaced or not? Here are some simple ways you can check without making a trip to a mechanic.
How come fish have mercury in them – because isn’t seafood supposed to be healthy to eat?
If you think you felt a little shaking going on, how can you find out for sure if there was an earthquake or not? We know all the best places to look.
What are some of the world’s most dangerous airports for landings? Here’s a look at ten of the scariest runways out there.
If you’ve heard of a plane having to dump fuel before landing, you probably wonder: Why would they waste that expensive jet fuel – and where does it all go?
You hopefully have at least one fire extinguisher at home — but do you know when to use it, or how? Here are the basics.
Why can’t you pump your own gas in New Jersey and Oregon, and have to pay for full-service? Self-service works for all the other states, so why make it illegal?
You may have heard that mistletoe can kill people – and pets. But is this little plant actually poisonous, or is that mostly hype? You may be surprised by what it can do.
Is any one particular seat on a commercial airplane safer than another in a crash? Is there anything you can do to increase your odds of survival if the plane goes down?
What’s the best way to escape from a locked car trunk? Especially if you’re claustrophobic, this might be one of your nightmare scenarios.
Is swallowing gum bad for you — and does chewing gum really stay in your stomach for seven years, like some people say? Find out more here.
If you want to be safe while cycling, but want something more stylish than boring head gear, check out these cool and fashionable bike helmets.
I read about a mom and two kids who were trapped in their car during a flash flood, and all three of them died. Is there some sinking car survival plan or procedure that could have saved them? What is the best way to get out of a car that’s in or under water?