Thanksgiving by the Numbers

Curious how your fellow Americans spend their Thanksgiving? We compiled facts and figures from TripAdvisor, Orbitz and the U.S. Department of Transportation to give this Turkey Day snapshot: Who travels? 43,400,000 Americans travel for Thanksgiving Why do they travel? 40% … Continued

How to Prevent Car Sickness in Toddlers

Getting car sick is no fun at any age, but it’s especially troubling to watch a young child not feel well. Children 2-12 years old are particularly susceptible. What causes car sickness? Car sickness is essentially motion sickness that occurs … Continued

Tis’ the Season…for Theft Prevention

The holidays are a cheerful time, but while you’re celebrating, someone may be eyeing those new gifts. Beware of the burglars waiting to get their hands on your presents. According to Nationwide claims data over the past three years, there … Continued

8 Ways to Winterize Your Home for the Cold Weather

Last year’s winter season will be remembered for bringing record-breaking snowfall to much of the country, with cities including Detroit and Chicago having some of their snowiest months on record. Parts of America were unprepared for the heavy storms, such … Continued

Marathon Madness: 9 Facts That May Surprise You

With the 35th Anniversary of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon & 1/2 Marathon in the books, let’s not ignore some other highly touted races. The Columbus Marathon, known for the help it provides to the inspirational patients at Nationwide Children’s … Continued

School Fire Safety: Prevention Begins with Education

Now that we’ve covered fire safety tips for the home and workplace, it’s time to move on to our schools. According to the National Fire Protection Association, U.S. fire departments respond to approximately 5,690 fires at education buildings each year. Preparation … Continued

Workplace Fire Safety: Everyone Has a Job

Welcome to the second edition of our Fire Prevention Week 2014 series. Now that we’ve established fire safety tips for your home, let’s focus on the workplace. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, over 5,000 people are injured … Continued

Home Fire Safety: One Room at a Time

We’re kicking off our Fire Prevention Week 2014 series with tips on how to protect your home and what’s in it. Think of each room as a separate entity with its own set of rules. Begin in the bedroom The … Continued