How to Have a Safe Fourth of July

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  • Watch the Liquor
  • Don’t Buy Illegal Fireworks
  • Say No to Charred Meat
  • Don’t Forget About Fido
  • Preventing Food Poisoning
  • Watch Out for the Kids
  • Water Safety
  • Safety Comes First
  • Handing Fireworks
  • Fire and the Fourth

Say No to Charred Meat

Cooking at really high temps can release toxins that can increase our risk for developing certain cancers. Wrapping meat in foil while grilling can help reduce charring, says Time.com. Read all of their food safety tips here

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