Whether you’re too busy working or want to get that bronze glow, it’s easy to forget about protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Before you head outside, however, it’s important to remember that skin cancers—including melanoma—are among the most common forms of cancer in the United States, are damaging and can be deadly [...]
Women all over the country are celebrating National Women’s Health Week, May 13-19, 2012. This weeklong observance begins every year on Mother’s Day (the second Sunday in May), and is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health with the goal of uniting communities, businesses, government, and health organizations [...]
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner, and for many women, this means that wedding season is also upon us! If you’re going to be a bride or bridesmaid this season, don’t let the big day arrive without one of Safety Girl’s awesome Emergency Bridal Kits. These kits include everything a woman [...]
Do you ever feel like you’re always forgetting something when you leave the house? Always be prepared and leave your worries at home with Safety Girl’s Personal Kits. These kits have everything a woman could ever need, whether you’re going to work, school, on a date, or out with friends. Choose from standards and deluxe [...]
You’ve finished your holiday shopping, wrapped your gifts, baked your Christmas cookies, and now it’s time for a family get-together. Many of us look forward to seeing family on the holidays, but the happiness can quickly dissolve if family drama ensues.
Safety Girl is at your side with a few tips for a stress-free holiday season.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and what better way to support breast cancer research than with Safety Girl’s Pink Ribbon Products. Safety Girl and many of our vendors are proud to contribute to breast cancer research by selling a variety of pink ribbon products. A percentage of the proceeds of these products are [...]
One of the most difficult aspects of domestic violence to understand is why victims stay in abusive relationships when their physical and emotional health and well-being are at high risk. When in an abusive relationship, most victims feel helpless, embarrassed, and worthless, and they are most likely scared of what may happen if they leave. [...]
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) is every October, but just because it’s already over, doesn’t mean we should put breast cancer in the back of our minds.
According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, breast cancer refers to the formation of malignant (cancerous) cells in the breast. Although men and women of any age, race, [...]
Last week’s news brought special attention to women and Alzheimer’s disease when Maria Shriver, California’s first lady, testified at a special Senate hearing on aging. Shriver, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease in 2003, in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association, recently published The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Takes on Alzheimer’s. The Shriver Report serves [...]
Thanks to Maria Shriver and her groundbreaking Shriver Report, we’ve learned about how Alzheimer’s disease affects women in the United States, both as victims of the disease and caregivers to those suffering from the disease. And while its important to understand Alzheimer’s emotional, sociological, and economic implications, we also need to understand the disease itself [...]