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5 Ways to Earthquake Proof Your Baby

Your baby has just arrived, so exciting! It is a time of sleepless nights, joy, and new experiences. You’ve done what you can to prepare your home and life for this tiny new person. But is your new baby ready … more »

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Online Resources for People with Disabilities Seeking to Prepare for Earthquakes

If you or someone you love is physically disabled or has mobility difficulties that will make it a special challenge to prepare for an earthquake, do not worry. There are lots of resources available at the local, state, and Federal … more »

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Tips for Securing Children’s Books and Toys for Earthquake Safety

Cardboard books, wooden dolls, superballs, legos. All the tiny things children collect are hard to put away neatly. They pile up and spill over on shelves and it’s easier to just keep stacking them in the same place. But when … more »

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Paper or Plaster – Securing Your Stuff Without Breaking Your Walls

Securing your tall furniture to your walls helps keep your stuff from falling and breaking during earthquakes and keeps you safe from being smooshed. On the other hand you don’t want to break your house trying to make it safer.

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Earthquake Preparedness on the Cheap – Securing Your Stuff for Less

Want to be prepared for an earthquake but don’t want to spend a fortune doing it? You can secure your furniture without spending a lot. We show you how.

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