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Tip: Provide children with flashlights to carry for lighting or glow sticks as part of their costume.
Safe food and drinking water with Army Public Health Command Europe’s food inspection program.
Take extra precautions when participating in events and activities overseas.
Get self help guides and alerts before you travel to keep informed on where you plan to go.
A fall might not seem like the most serious kind of accident. Often, it is not. However, did you know the number one workplace killer is slips and falls?
Being aware of the hazards your kids may face and taking a few safety precautions, you’ll be able to help keep your child safe.
Not wearing helmets accounted for 89 percent of bicycle-related deaths in people older than 16 years-old and 91 percent of total bicycle-related fatalities.
As students and teachers begin a new academic year, the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Safety Office reminds motorists to drive with caution.
Attention runners, joggers, pedestrians, cyclists, skaters and skateboarders on or near an area where vehicles are being operated while on DOD property.
Tips to break bad habits of driving distractions.
As summer kicks off, a yearly visitor to the Stuttgart area has made appearances at some USAG Stuttgart installations. The Oak Processionary Moth caterpillar is a hairy caterpillar common to central and southern Europe may be hazardous to your health, though taking a few precautions cangreatly reduce any risk of irritation or other problems.
Ways for motorcyclists to prepare themselves and their bikes.
Eye injuries can damage vision and even cause blindness, but most can be prevented.
Safety driving in foggy conditions.