One year after COVID-19 has changed life as we know it, things are slowly but surely returning to normal for Americans. About 46% of all Americans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Daily cases are decreasing dramatically and hospitalizations and deaths are dropping to low numbers. Along with these hopeful changes, […]
As we continue to deal with the global COVID-19 pandemic, the question on whether plexiglass can help reduce the risk of COVID remains.
There are several important points to remember when talking to children about COVID safety. Here are some of them.
The next time you iron your clothes, thank Sarah Boone, the inventor of an improved ironing board.
In line with the CDC’s school reopening guidelines update, we compiled a list of mitigation strategies to help protect students, teachers, and staff, and slow the spread of COVID-19.
What better way to remember the key rules for COVID safety than with the letters ABC: Avoid, Block, and Clean.
Homes and businesses are safer today thanks to the invention of Marie van Brittan Brown—the first home security system.
This week, we are featuring the life of Garrett A. Morgan, a prolific inventor and entrepreneur from Cleveland, who developed, among other things, the predecessors of the modern gas mask and traffic signal.
Because of their important role in keeping public spaces safe, we need to clean plexiglass barriers regularly. Here are some things to keep in mind.
For Black History Month, This week, we look at the life of Granville Woods, premier inventor and firefighter from Cincinnati, who was hailed as the “Black Thomas Edison”.