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The New Year always brings with it many opportunities.  Both during the first days of the year and in the upcoming twelve months, we all have the ability to make positive changes in our lives and communities. One of the things we can do to help ourselves and our loved ones is to take steps to avoid personal injury.


There are several ways that you can take steps to avoid injury in Homestead during New Year celebrations and beyond:

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Each Independence Day, fireworks injuries are a serious concern for doctors and emergency rooms. Each year, people are several injured or even killed due to improper use of fireworks. Unfortunately, children and minors are more likely to be affected by these types of injuries.


While fun, fireworks can cause eye injuries, burns, facial injuries, hand and arm injuries, and even fatalities. The greatest risk occurs when people stand too close to fireworks that are detonating. There are, however, several ways you can stay safe:

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Fireworks, although they can be a lot of fun for celebrating the Fourth of July, can be unpredictable. Each year, people are seriously injured or even killed while using fireworks at home. Fireworks injuries in Miami and Florida can include eye injuries, burns, and other potentially serious and permanent injury.


Many people are already planning their Fourth of July festivities and June is Fireworks Safety Month, so this is a good time to review fireworks safety. To have a fun Fourth of July, be sure to follow these fireworks safety tips:

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Burn units in Florida hospitals often see an increase in injuries during the summer months. Unfortunately, while summer cookouts, fireworks, and grills can make this season lots of fun, these same fun activities can quickly turn dangerous and even deadly.

In 2013 alone, the American Burn Association reports that 40,000 people were hospitalized due to burn injuries and about 3400 people across their country lost their lives to burns and smoke inhalation. To reduce the risk of burn injuries in your Miami or Florida home, you will want to:

1) Keep children away from grills.

Grill and barbecue surfaces pose the biggest danger to children, so proper supervision is important. It is also important to supervise after the food is prepared and served, as the grill will remain hot for some time.

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