|Break Point! Injury Prevention Newsletter
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|Volume 4, Issue 9 -
|Volume 4, Issue 8 -
|Volume 4, Issue 7 - Break Point Splashes Into Summer Safety
|Volume 4, Issue 6 - Break Point's Sunny Summertime Issue
|Volume 4, Issue 5 - Bicycle Safety Issue
|Volume 4, Issue 4 - Break Point's Outdoor Safety Issue
|Volume 4, Issue 3 - How Much Do You Know About Poison Prevention?
|Volume 4, Issue 2 - Break Point's Booster Seat and Burn Awareness Issue
|Volume 4, Issue 1 - Prepare for Wintry Fun and Cold
|Volume 3, Issue 12 - Break Point Celebrates the Holidays!
|Volume 3, Issue 11 - Get Ready for the Holidays
|Volume 3, Issue 10 - America's Kids are More Inactive Than Ever
|Volume 3, Issue 9 - Drive Safely to Work Week
|Volume 3, Issue 8 - Back to School Safety
|Volume 3, Issue 7 - Break Point Walks to School
|Volume 3, Issue 6 - June starts the vacation season, which means people will be traveling by several modes of transportation, sometimes all in the same week..
|Volume 3, Issue 5 - We have all been waiting for the warmer weather to arrive. People are getting busy now with graduations, barbeques and beginning the walking routine they have been planning for months. That is probably why May is one of the busiest months in injury prevention. This month is filled with injury prevention health observances.
|Volume 3, Issue 4 - Many people have a severe case of cabin fever and can't wait to get outdoors. As the weather gets warmer there is an increase in outdoor sport related injuries. This issue will look at ways to have fun in the spring weather and stay safe.
|Volume 3, Issue 3 - Poisoning is not a hot topic in the news yet thousands of people are injured each year from substances used around their homes. Medications are useful to treat illnesses and taken properly they are quite effective. If taken in larger quantities they pose a threat to our health. We take the cleaners we use, or the products we have around our homes, for granted and believe these products actually save us time and effort. A problem can arise when these substances are misused or fall into the wrong hands.
|Volume 3, Issue 2 - This issue of Break Point will cover the popular winter sports and provide ways to stay safe. As with any sport, preparation and common sense will help to keep the activity fun and prevent injuries. This issue of Break Point will also cover scald burns in conjunction with Burn Awareness Week, February 6-12, 2000. Scald injuries are the number one cause of burn injuries and deaths to children under 4.
|Volume 3, Issue 1 - This month Break Point will focus on the cold weather months and how to keep warm and safe. Generally, January is the coldest month of the year with the temperatures reaching below zero and double-digit negative wind chill readings. The cold poses threats not only to our psyche but physical threats to our skin and the way our bodies react to the arctic temperatures.
|Volume 2, Issue 12 - December is Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month (3D Month). Communities across the country will be working hard to reduce crashes, injury and death that too often result from impaired driving.
|Volume 2, Issue 11 - Break Point Falls for Autumn!! Info on Hunting safety as well as Fall safety, and choosing the right gift for your children.
|Volume 2, Issue 10 - Break Point Gets Fired Up For Fire Safety!! Info on Halloween safety as well as fire detection, escaping and reacting to fires
|Volume 2, Issue 9 - Break Point's Big Back to School Issue!! Info on school bus safety as well as teenage driving, walking to school and carpooling
|Volume 2, Issue 8 - Contains information on Amusement rides, tips on surviving the heat, as well as Recreational Vehicle and Lawn Mower safety.
|Volume 2, Issue 7 - Tips on how to make traveling both safe and fun this summer.
|Volume 2, Issue 6 - Fireworks safety, swimming pool safety, boating safety, and the hidden dangers related to warm weather activities.
|Volume 2, Issue 5 - Bicycle and Motorcycle Safety, Skateboarding, and Inline Skating
|Volume 2, Issue 4 - Sleepiness, Safety Belts, Road Rage, Sports Gear
|Volume 2, Issue 3 - Poison Prevention Week, Children and Healthcare Week
|Volume 2, Issue 2 - Popular winter sports such as sledding, skiing/snowboarding, ice skating, and snowmobiling
|Volume 2, Issue 1 - Surviving harsh weather conditions
|Volume 1, Issue 10 - Tips on planning safe and sober holiday parties, celebrating a safe Christmas
|Volume 1, Issue 9 - Violence against Women
|Volume 1, Issue 8 - Smoke Detectors, Trick-or-Treating, National Fire Prevention Week, Burning Leaves
|Volume 1, Issue 7 - School Buses, Bicycle Safety, Carpooling, Walking to School
|Volume 1, Issue 6 - Camping, Recreational Vehicles
|Volume 1, Issue 5 - Playgrounds, Heat
|Volume 1, Issue 4 - Fireworks, Barbecue Grills, Swimming Pools
|Volume 1, Issue 3 - Safety Belts, SAFE KIDS Week, Electricity, Boating, Biking, National EMS Week, Emergency Medical Services for Children Day, Sunglasses
|Volume 1, Issue 2 - Sports Related Injuries
|Volume 1, Issue 1 - General Poisoning, Lead Poisoning, American Red Cross Month