March 31, 2011 RSS feed / Features

Safe Kids USA Endorses Child Passenger Safety Recommendations

Safe Kids USA wholeheartedly endorses the newest child passenger safety recommendations developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Congratulations go out to Dr. More...

Food Safety Issues Bother Some Pa. Barbecuers

LANCASTER NEW ERA LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) – The tangy smell of chicken barbecue is one of the harbingers of spring in Lancaster County. When the weather turns warm, barbecues start popping up on Saturdays along local roads. More...

How To Avoid Gaining Weight When Eating Out

No matter if you are grabbing a snack from the convenience store, attending a family party or dining out, we all eat away from home. But your favorite restaurant meals or fast foods can be hazardous to your waistline if you’re not careful. More...

Should Snoozing Controller At Reagan Airport Have Had Backup

After an air-traffic controller was suspended for falling asleep during an overnight shift at Washingtonís Reagan National Airport, federal lawmakers and officials are debating the balance between adding more personnel to increase safety and the fina More...

Inexpensive Ways To Make Your Wedding Unique

All couples want their wedding day to be special. Whether it’s a formal affair or beachside barbeque, brides and grooms across America aim to make the celebration of their love a day everyone will remember. More...

Do U.S. Nuclear Plants Have Defective Parts?

NRC finds reporting flaws

A large fraction of the nation’s nuclear power plant operators – 28 percent – did not tell federal regulators about failures of defective parts that could lead to major safety problems in other reactors across the country, according More...